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Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic State Environmental Fund of the Czech Republic www.opzp.cz green line 800 260 500 email@example.com Energy Efficiency Measures in the Building Sector - Czech Experience 21 th May 2010, Brussels Jan Kříž Director of EU Funds Department Ministry of the Environment
Energy Efficiency in the Building Sector Attractive area of support in the Czech Rep. Brings multiply effects in line with sustainable development policy: Environmental (reduction of air pollutions, CO2 emissions) Economic (operational savings) Social (green jobs, helthier and comfortable environement)
Related State Policy and Targtes State Environmental Policy Support energy savings in heating and cooling buildings, development of energy audits and certification of heating systems, improved insulation of buildings, and lighting systems, including support for the construction of low-energy buildings. CZE Targets Reduction of the CO2 emissions for 20 % by the 2020 Increase of the RES to 13 % by the 2020
Potential for the CO2 reduction in the CZE Potential CO2 emission reduction in the year 2020 Mt CO 2 ekv. Choice of the energy source Related to the energy strategy Positive economic impact for households RSE Contribution to energy indpendency Agriculture, forestry etc. Total 11,9 8,4 3 28 – 36 Mt Energy efficiency in building, transport and industry 5 –12
Key Economic Instruments Cohesion Policy 2007-2013 Operational Programme Environment Integrated Operational Programme International Emission Trading Green for Savings Programme
6 OP ENV – General Information (Allocation, Financial Resources) Total financial allocation (2007 – 2013) - 4.9 mld. EUR Financial resources from: CF (4.2 mld. EUR) ERDF (0.7 mld. EUR) 8 Priority Axes
8 Aim of the Priority Axis 3 (3.1) Energy Efficiency (EE) - realised under the Priority Axis 3 Sustainable Use of Energy Sources Two areas of action: 3.1 Construction of new facilities and reconstruction of the existing facilities with the aim to increase the use of renewable energy sources (RES) for heat generation, electric energy generation and for combined heat and electric energy generation - The operational objective of the intervention – to increase the RES energy proportion of gross electricity consumption to 8% by 2010 and to increase the RES energy proportion in final energy consumption to 13% by 2020..
9 Aim of the Priority Axis 3 (3.2) 3.2 The realisation of energy savings and the use of waste heat in the non-business carrying sector - The operational objective of intervention - to reduce energy consumption for heating of non-business carrying sector objects and to increase proportion of heat and electric energy generation from waste heat production process.
10 Supported Activities - 3.2 Intervention Area 3.2. – Financial Results up to the 4/2010
11 Indicator type EU Code NICL Code Indicator title Unit of measure Initial value (year) Target level 2015 Obligation from approved projects Achieved value Priority Axis Result Core 24 360300 Increase of capacity for RES-based energy generation MW 0 (2007) 20030,42.45PA 3 Result 364300 Reduction of the energy consumption GJ/year 0 (2007) 1 100 0001 123 829 130 895. 04 PA 2, PA 3 Result 211800 Reduction in CO 2 emissions t/year 0 (2007) 250 000171 558 11 356.1 9 PA 2, PA 3 Energy Efficiency Indicators Overview up to the 4/2010
Energy Saving Measures at the Melantrichova Primary School in Prostějov The buildings energy intensity has been reduced by exchanging window and door panels and installing the insulation on the schools exterior and on its roof. Main Benefits – 9 782 m2 of insulation, reduction of the energy consumption by 1 247 GJ/year and CO2 emission reduction by 69 t/year. EU subsidy (CF) EUR 757 400
Renovating the thermal-technical properties at the Šumavské Hoštice Primary School The project includes construction work and acquisition and assembly of equipment connected with the thermal- technical properties of the school. Main Benefits – 2 122 m2 of insulation, reduction of the energy consumption by 457 GJ/year and CO2 emission reduction by 25 t/year. EU subsidy (CF) EUR 222 600
Renovations Leading to Energy Savings at the Gymnázium Jaroslava Vrchlického Klatovy Insulation of openings at the exterior walls, insulation of the main buildings attic and insulation of the additional buildings roof was carried out. Main B enefits - Insulation of 5 060 m2of the building; reduction of the energy consumption by 713 GJ/year; reduction of CO2 emissions by 40.58 t/year. EU subsidy (CF) EUR 274 390
Energy Savings Potential in Terms of Primary Sources (CZE) Cumulative value in 2016 ( GWh) Households6 048 Tertiary sector3 142 Industry4 852 Transport4 628 Agriculture1 172 Total achievable energy savings 19 842
CO2 Emission Production from Households (CZE) Total CO 2 emissions from households heating represent 9331 kton/year Total CO 2 emission per average households is 4,62 t/year; in case of coal heated family house it may be up to 15/t/year Share of households on total amount primary sources of energy is 18%. On the other hand, the share of energy savings in the household sector is 30,5% of total potential of energy savings
Expected emissions surplus 2008-2012 approx. 150.000.000 AAUs International Emission Trading 2008-2012 approx. 100.000.000 AAUs NEDO (Japan) 40 000 000 AAUs (30 th March 2009) Mitsui & Co., Ltd. (Japan) 22 500 000 AAUs (30 th September 2009 and 17 th March 2010) Spain 5 000 000 AAUs (12 th October 2009) Austria 3 500 000 AAUs (13 th October 2009) 71 000 000 AAUs International Emission Trading – concluded contracts on AAUs (CZE)
19 The Green Savings Programme The Programme is focused on support of Environmentally considerate manner of heating and water heating in households Lowering of energy demands in residential buildings (complex or partial thermal insulation) So called passive house building
20 The Green Savings Programme – goals of the programme Reduction in CO 2 emissions of 1.1 million tons, which is 1 % of all Czech emissions, 2.2 million kg reduction in dust particle contamination, 6.3 PJ energy savings in heating, which represents an annual saving in household heating costs of billions of Czech crowns, 3.7 PJ increase in heat generation from renewable energy sources, Creation or retention of 30,000 jobs, Improvement of housing conditions for 250,000 households receiving the support.
21 The Green Savings Programme – Financing The Czech Republic has raised funds for this programme from the sale of emission credits under the Kyoto Protocol on greenhouse gas emissions. The overall anticipated programme allocation is up to CZK 25 billion. The funds can be used until the end of 2012.
22 The Green Savings Programme – target groups Applicants eligible for the subsidy are private citizens, associations of dwelling unit owners, housing cooperatives, cities, towns and municipalities (including municipal districts) business entities and other legal entities. Detailed information about the programme at www.zelenausporam.cz.
23 The Green Savings Programme – results Results of the programme by 31 st March 2010 Number of accepted applications:4939 Corresponding amount of subsidies:CZK 859 713 000 Of which: Thermal insulation:1914 (CZK 641 388 000) Passive construction:23(CZK 5 750 000) Renewable energy sources for heating: 3002 (CZK 212 575 000)
Program for Support of Repairs and Modernization of Apartment buildings The program aims at facilitating the funding of repairs and modernization of apartment buildings through preferential terms of access to credits provided by banks and building societies. Aid Provider - State Housing Development Fund (interest rate subsidy) Bank guarantees - Czech-Moravian Guarantee and Development Bank Outputs from 2001 to 2009 8 406 supported projects Total amount of subsidy – 11 854 649 000 CZK No. of renovated appartments – 333 905 Energy savings estimate – 30% in average 2010 budget – 1 bil. CZK
25 Thank you for your attention Jan Kříž Director of EU Funds Department Ministry of the Environment Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic Vršovická 65, 100 10 Praha 10 firstname.lastname@example.org www.opzp.cz green line 800 260 500 email@example.com