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  • DEMAND SIDE MANAGEMENT STRATEGY 2030 Introduction and overview

    Presentation to Refrigerants Symposium, October 2014

  • 1

    Electricity consumption

    savings:

    30% by 2030 vs. BAU

    Water consumption savings:

    30% (40% potential) by 2030 vs. BAU

    Demand Side

    Management Targets

    Solar share:

    5% by 2030

    Clean coal share

    12% by 2030

    Nuclear share

    12% by 2030

    Supply Side Targets

    (Energy Mix)

    The Dubai Integrated Energy Strategy 2030 DSM is part of the Dubai Integrated Energy Strategy 2030

    DIES 2030

  • 2

    Context for the DSM strategy The DSM strategy fits with a series of initiatives in Dubai and UAE

    National

    agenda 2021

    vision

    Promoting

    sustainable

    growth

    Green growth

    strategy

    Unifying building

    codes and other

    sustainable

    regulations

    Smart Dubai

    Making Dubai the

    smartest city in the

    world

    EXPO 2020

    Preparing for a new

    wave of growth

    DIES 2030 & DSM

    strategy

    Making Dubai a role

    model in energy

    efficiency and security

    How the DSM Strategy fits UAE and

    Dubai strategy

    Promotes energy conservation by

    affecting consumption behaviours

    Creates additional jobs and

    capabilities through efficiency

    initiatives (e.g. energy efficiency

    services)

    Supports energy security by inducing

    lower dependency on external

    supply and lower exposure to price

    volatility

    Supports safety and environment, by

    introducing modern equipment and

    best practices (e.g. xeriscaping,

    TSE)

    Promotes the creation of a smart city

    by introducing/extending the use of

    new technologies (e.g., remote load

    control, BMS, control sensors, smart

    grid)

  • 3

    Recap of DSM scope and objectives The DSM strategy is one of the main areas of focus for the Supreme Council of Energy and the involved government entities

    DSM Goal

    8 DSM

    Programmes

    8 DSM

    Implementation

    Mechanisms

    Dubai to become a role model in energy efficiency by implementing cost-effective electricity and water

    demand saving measures and developing of a green service market

    3.

    District

    cooling

    6.

    Outdoor

    lighting

    8.

    Demand

    response

    4.

    Standards

    and

    labels for

    appliances

    &

    equipment

    7.

    Power and

    water tariff

    rates

    5.

    Water

    reuse and

    efficient

    irrigation

    1.

    Building

    regulations

    2.

    Building

    retrofits

    Institutional setting

    and capability building

    Policies and regulations

    Information systems

    Public awareness

    Governing by example

    Technologies and studies

    Financing mechanisms

    Measurement and verification

    Background

  • 4

    Program scope and objectives The DSM strategy comprises 8 programs, organized in 24 initiatives (1/2)

    Programs Scope Initiatives Program Owner

    1. Building

    regulations

    Implement the existing green building code and

    introduce updates to enforce more stringent

    energy efficiency regulations, resulting in savings

    between 18% and 36% for power and between

    20% and 40% for water

    Green building regulation

    Updates to green building

    regulation

    Labelling scheme

    DM

    2. Building

    Retrofits

    Execute a building retrofitting program that

    targets the main components of a building in an

    integrated manner:

    Cooling retrofits

    Lighting retrofits

    Water retrofits

    Industrial processes retrofits

    Building envelope and other retrofits

    First focus on buildings permitted prior 2003, with

    the ambition to retrofit about 30,000 buildings by

    2030

    Government retrofits

    Commercial/industrial

    retrofits

    Residential retrofits

    Etihad Energy

    Services

    3. District

    Cooling (DC)

    Increase penetration of district cooling from 16%

    of refrigeration capacity in 2011 to 40% in 2030

    by regulating the district cooling industry and

    supporting connection of existing buildings to

    district cooling

    District cooling for new

    developments

    District cooling for existing

    buildings (DC retrofits)

    Etihad Energy

    Services (retrofits)

    RSB (new

    developments)

  • 5

    Program scope and objectives The strategy comprises 8 programs, organized in 24 initiatives (2/2)

    4. Standards and

    labels

    for appliances

    Introduce minimum energy efficiency standards

    and labels for major power and water end-uses in

    Dubai, and manage periodic updates of the same

    Air conditioners

    Lamps

    Large appliances

    Water heaters

    Electronics

    Electric motors

    Water fixtures

    ESMA

    5. Water reuse

    and efficient

    irrigation

    Reduce use of desalinated water for irrigation by

    promoting efficient landscaping practices and

    irrigation technologies (80% of green public areas

    to be efficiently irrigated) and maximizing the use

    of treated sewage effluent (100% of public areas

    irrigated with TSE)

    Efficient irrigation

    techniques (hardscaping,

    efficient plantation, efficient

    irrigation practices and

    technologies)

    Promotion of reuse water

    DM

    6. Outdoor

    lighting

    Use more efficient lighting fixtures (retrofitting

    75% of existing lights) and expand the ongoing

    switch-off initiative (targeting 30% of

    consumption)

    Switch-off

    Lighting retrofits

    RTA (streets)

    DM (parks)

    7. Power and

    water

    tariff rates

    Tariff rates to promote energy conservation and

    economic efficiency of consumption decisions

    Power tariff rates

    Water tariff rates

    DEWA

    8. Demand

    response

    Gradually introduce time-of-use tariffs, curtailable

    load management and direct load control

    measures to reduce future capacity needs and

    environmental impacts

    Time of use tariff

    Curtailable load

    Direct load control

    DEWA

    Programs Scope Initiatives Program Owner

  • 6

    Benefits from DSM strategy We expect 19 TWh and 47 BIG of savings from DSM programs in 2030

    Targeted power savings from DSM programs

    2030F, TWh

    Targeted water savings from DSM programs

    2030F, BIG

    Aggressive

    DSM 2030

    -19.0

    (100%)

    Outdoor

    Lighting

    -0.3

    (1%)

    Building

    Retrofits

    -1.7

    (9%)

    District

    Cooling

    -2.7

    (14%)

    Standards

    and Labels

    for

    Appliances

    -4.1

    (22%)

    Chane of

    Tarriffs

    Rates

    -4.9

    (26%)

    Building

    regulations

    -5.3

    (28%)

    Aggressive

    DSM 2030

    -47.2

    (100%)

    Building

    Retrofits

    -5.8

    (12%)

    Standards

    and Labels

    for

    Appliances

    -8.2

    (18%)

    Water reuse

    and efficient

    irrigation

    -8.9

    (19%)

    Change of

    Tarriffs Rates

    -9.1

    (19%)

    Building

    regulations

    -15.2

    (32%)

    Other benefits: 10.7 Mn Tons of CO2 emission reduction, 4.6 GW peak load reduction in 2030

  • 7

    Team organization: structure There is already a large project team managing implementation: each program has a responsible organization, and the DSCE provides PMO support

    Building

    regulations

    Building

    Retrofits

    District

    Cooling (DC)

    Standards for

    appliances

    and equip.t

    Water reuse

    and efficient

    irrigation

    Outdoor

    lighting

    Power and

    water tariff

    rates

    Demand

    response

    DSM Programs/Execution Teams

    DSCE DSM Office

    Coordination team (dedicated resources)

    PMO Consulting Support

    DSCE Board

    DSM Executive Committee

    DSCE

    DEWA

    DM

    RTA

    RSB

    ENOC

    DM Etihad

    RSB

    Etihad

    RSB

    ESMA DM RTA

    DM

    DEWA DEWA

    Resp. Organizations (Stakeholders)

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

  • 8

    1. Building regulations

    Mandatory application of Dubai Green

    Building Code since March 2014

    Free zones to be addressed

    44 government building designs approved in pilot

    period, 6 government buildings completed

    159 permits issued (June 2014) since March 2014

    2. Building Retrofits

    Etihad ESCO launched

    Contractual framework and ESCO

    accreditation in place

    Regulatory framework under development

    Super-ESCO: 2 ongoing projects on 7 buildings

    Pipeline for 120 buildings

    Private ESCOs: 4 accredited ESCOs

    Retrofit progress to be assessed

    3. District Cooling (DC) Preparatory work for regulation underway

    by RSB (stakeholder consultation process)

    In progress

    4. Standards and labels

    for appliances

    Standards for split/window AC and large

    appliances