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For internal use only / Copyright © Siemens AG All rights reserved. CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme A business perspective
For internal use only / Copyright © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Eddie Orchard CEng MIET CEnv MIEMA Environmental Risk Manager Siemens plc Corporate Information Technology/Global Shared Services UK
Page 3 For internal use only / Copyright © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Siemens Siemens has been at the forefront of technological change and social progress in the UK since 1843 Its founder, Sir William Siemens, was a pioneering environmentalist, concerned about waste & pollution, clean air and pure water Siemens UK early successes included: laying the first undersea telegraph cable between Ireland & USA installation of the first electric street lighting (Godalming, Surrey) first electric lighting in a UK theatre (Savoy, London) development of the first water meter construction of the first public electric railway (Volks, Brighton)
Page 4 For internal use only / Copyright © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Siemens Today Energy sector Fossil Power Generation Renewable Energy Oil & Gas Power Transmission Power Distribution Energy Service Industry sector Industry Automation Drive Technologies Building Technologies OSRAM Industry Solutions Mobility Healthcare sector Imaging and IT* Workflow and Solutions* Diagnostics Magnet technologies Hearing solutions *Marketed as Siemens Healthcare UK Cross-sector businesses Siemens IT Solutions & Services Siemens Financial Services Other operations Siemens Real Estate CIT/Global Shared Services UK
Page 5 For internal use only / Copyright © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme (CRC) The CRC is a mandatory emissions trading regime for the UK Its aim is to improve energy efficiency and cut emissions in large public and private sector organisations It is designed to tackle CO 2 emissions not already covered by: Climate Change Agreements (CCAs) or the EU Emissions Trading Scheme Qualifying organisations are responsible for around 10% of the UK’s CO 2 emissions Qualifying organisations have to fully embrace the scheme or face financial and reputational penalties
Page 6 For internal use only / Copyright © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Main Drivers for Energy Efficiency Improvements Cost of allowances, which will not be “recycled” – adds approximately 10% to energy costs Annual performance League Table ranks participants on energy efficiency performance – impacts on reputation League Table based on key measures Automatic metering (Early Action Metric – years 1-3 only) Carbon Trust Standard or equivalent (Early Action Metric) Growth of business (year 2 onward) Absolute energy reduction (year 2 onward – 75% from year 4)
Page 7 For internal use only / Copyright © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Early Action Metrics
Page 8 For internal use only / Copyright © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Qualification Requirements All organisations that had (at the time of registration) at least one settled half-hourly electricity meter qualified for participation Organisations that consumed more than 6,000 megawatt-hours (MWh) per year of half hourly metered electricity during 2008 qualified for full participation Qualifying organisations that consumed less than 6,000 MWh during 2008 simply had to make an information disclosure of their 2008 half hourly electricity consumption Organisations include industry, commerce, supermarkets, water companies, banks, local authorities, schools, universities, hospitals, central Government Departments, etc.
Page 9 For internal use only / Copyright © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Qualifying Organisations The CRC scheme started in April 2008 (the qualifying year) Organisations had to register by the end of September 2010 Organisations had to report the total electricity they consumed through half hourly meters in 2008 Qualifying organisations had to identify any subsidiaries that consumed over 6,000 MWh in their own right Significant Group Undertakings (SGUs) Qualifying organisations were encouraged to implement Early Action Metrics in order to score well on the performance league table
Page 10 For internal use only / Copyright © Siemens AG All rights reserved. CRC Registrations Full participants – 2,764 Organisations required to make information disclosure – 12,500 Full participants by sector: Manufacturing – 30.1% General business activities, real estate, etc. – 24.7% Councils – 6.8% Health sector – 5.6% Wholesale and retail trade, etc. – 5.4% State education – 3.9% Trust, co-operatives, etc. – 3.9% Finance – 3.6% Central Government, etc. – 3.4%
Page 11 For internal use only / Copyright © Siemens AG All rights reserved. CRC Registrations by Sector
Page 12 For internal use only / Copyright © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Evidence Pack Required to be maintained for regulatory audit Must include the following information Company structure and changes to structure Energy consumption Significant events Verifiable records Signed records of audits of the Evidence Pack Organisations need to keep track of Mergers, acquisitions and divestments Changes in plant and equipment Failures of meters or systems Replacement or addition of meters Changes in energy supply
Page 13 For internal use only / Copyright © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Scope of Qualifying Organisations Organisations must identify their top level parent organisation Top level parent organisation can be based anywhere in the world All UK organisations and subsidiaries that are ultimately majority owned by the top level parent organisation are within scope The scope of an overseas owned organisation may include many disparate organisations that have no logical UK grouping or control For Siemens the top level parent organisation is Siemens AG Siemens Holdings plc must report the energy consumption for all Siemens AG majority owned businesses purchasing and using energy in the UK
Page 14 For internal use only / Copyright © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Siemens CRC Compliance Strategy Cross business team created CIT/GSS UK – Environmental specialists Siemens Real Estate (SRE) Corporate Purchasing – Energy contracts Facilities Management sub-contractor CRC Manager appointed with responsibility to achieve cost effective and timely compliance Engaged with Siemens AG, UK Company Secretary and others to determine structure of Siemens in the UK Engaged with SRE and all identified Siemens UK businesses to determine UK estate portfolio and energy supply footprint
Page 15 For internal use only / Copyright © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Scope of Siemens in the UK Siemens Holdings plc must report the energy consumption for all Siemens AG majority owned businesses purchasing and using energy in the UK Siemens in the UK is made up of over 30 subsidiaries Siemens plc is the largest, with over 20 separate businesses Siemens operates out of approximately 150 sites in the UK Siemens has 47 half hourly electricity meters across 43 sites 14 subsidiaries have half hourly electricity meters 3 subsidiaries used over 6,000 MWh in 2008 – SGUs
Page 16 For internal use only / Copyright © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Siemens CRC Improvement Strategy Early Actions Achieve Carbon Trust Standard Improve automatic metering/sub-metering coverage Develop and formalise Evidence Pack Long Term Strategy Reduce energy consumption year-on-year Minimise costs Maximise position in the Performance League Table
Page 17 For internal use only / Copyright © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Energy Reduction Project with Siemens Building Technology Energy Efficiency Programme – sponsored by Siemens AG Project for five manufacturing sites (Phase 1) Additional sites to be addressed in Phases 2 and 3 Siemens Building Technology guarantee carbon/energy savings Other actions Siemens Industrial Solutions are to look at energy reductions in the production environment Improve centralisation of energy purchase process Energy Reduction and Cost Minimisation Strategy
Page 18 For internal use only / Copyright © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Proposed Timeline Phase 1 Qualification year – 2008 Registration – Between April and September 2010 Annual Report and Footprint Report – 29 th July 2011 Annual Report and Purchase of Allowances – 2012 (£12 / tonne) Also 2013 and 2014 Phase 2 Qualification year – 2012/13 Registration – Between April and September 2013 Annual Report and Footprint Report – 2013/14 Annual Report and Surrender of Allowances – 2015 (price????) Performance League Table published every year starting October 2011
Page 19 For internal use only / Copyright © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Timeline – Current and Proposed
Page 20 For internal use only / Copyright © Siemens AG All rights reserved. The CRC in a Nutshell Basic requirement is to: Register Monitor Report Buy and Surrender Allowances Maintain Evidence Pack Ever decreasing cap on number of allowances (increasing costs) Significant impact – Cost and reputation Primary and secondary energy consumption only (gas, oil and electricity) Liable to add approximately 10% to energy costs (increasing)
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