National Energy Study for the Slovak Republic ISTVAN DOBOZI LEAD ENERGY ECONOMIST/PROGRAM LEADER ENERGY DEPARTMENT EUROPE AND CENTRAL ASIA REGION THE WORLD.
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National Energy Study for the Slovak Republic ISTVAN DOBOZI LEAD ENERGY ECONOMIST/PROGRAM LEADER ENERGY DEPARTMENT EUROPE AND CENTRAL ASIA REGION THE WORLD BANK 1818 H STREET, NW WASHINGTON, DC 20433 USA TEL: 202-473-2147 FAX: 202-477-7977 IDOBOZI@WORLDBANK.ORG WWW.WORLDBANK.ORG
National Energy Efficiency Study backgroud The NEES was carried out within the framework of the First World Bank Group Country Assistance Strategy Project supported by the Austrian Trust Fund Project team of Austrian and Slovak organisations: KWI GmbHEnergy Centre Bratislava, Ökoplan GmbH Profing s.r.o. Wild & Partner VVUPS-NOVA s.r.o. OÖ EnergiesparverbandEGU Members of the Steering Committee: – Ministry of Economy of the Slovak Republic - Director for Energy, – Ministry for Environment of the Slovak Republic, – Advisor to the Slovak Deputy Prime Minister, – Slovak Energy Agency, – Austrian Energy Agency.
Objectives Contribute to the formulation of the future energy policy Define the concrete steps for policy implementation Overview and improve the overall energy efficiency in Slovakia Develop the perspective use of renewable energy sources in Slovakia
Outputs Set of policy instruments and measures Portfolio of projects and programmes Action Plans for energy efficiency and renewables
Structure Identification of target sectors and barriers Past, present and future trends of energy consumption Technical, economic and market potentials Selection of appropriate instruments Determination of energy policy objectives Elaboration of policy framework and Action Plans
Methodology Expert analyses Elaboration of existing studies and statistics Interviews with relevant stakeholders Thematic working groups Public seminar
Energy consumption of Slovakia (1) Primary Energy Sources, 2000
Energy consumption of Slovakia (2) Final Energy Consumption by Sector, 2000
Energy Efficiency Action Plan main recommendations Policy framework (Energy Efficiency strategy, Energy Statistics) Legal and regulatory framework (Energy Law) Institutional framework (Inter-ministerial Committee, Complex Monitoring&Evaluation of National Programmes) Energy pricing, fiscal and taxation policy (Energy Tax, Calculation Methodology, Accelerated Depreciation) Direct support programmes (Revolving Fund, Implementation Unit for JI projects, Pilot&Demonstration) Research and development (National R&D program) Environment issues (Harmonisation of the legislation)
Energy Efficiency Action Plan by sectors Industry (Voluntary Agreements, Audit, Info-Platform) All buildings (Adoption of EU Directive, Training and Information Activities) Residential sector (Rent Level, Retrofitting Funds) Tertiary sector (TPF&EPC Support, Public Procurement) Electric appliances (Info&Training Activities, Labelling) Transport (Green Tax and Labelling for Vehicles) District heating and cogeneration (Clearing House for CHP, Conditions for Discinnection, Info-Campaign)
Specific recommendations for RES National RES strategy Directive on Electricity from RES Regulatory Framework for SHPP Feed-In Tarrifs for Electricity from RES Amendment of the Act on Income Tax Reduction of VAT Level for RES Technologies Information and awareness (Platform, Network, Strategies, Campaigns) Waste management policy (Strategy&Policy Evaluation)
Financing energy efficiency projects State programmes EU programmes (PHARE, ISPA, SAPARD, Inteligent Energy for Europe, Structural Funds) International Financing Institutions (The WB, GEF, EBRD, EIB) Bilateral co-operation (USA, NL, A, D, CH) Third party financing Commercial banks
Impacts of the energy efficiency policy Macro-economic impacts (Reduction of Energy Dependency, Energy Intensity and Competetiveness, New opportunities for Manufacturers, Sustainable Development) Social impacts (Job Opportunities, Reduced Energy Bills, Quality of Life, Building Capacity and Qualification Level, Increased Range of Production and Services) Environmental impacts (Reduction of Greenhouses Gases, International Commitments, Improved Local Environment)