Best Practices

July 25, 2017

Sectoral Expertise in Detailed Energy Audits for Turkey’s Industry

UNDP
- United Nations Development Programme
Turkey
2017

The IEEI project aims to support the progress in industrial energy efficiency through a comprehensive and integrated approach that focuses on:

  • Contributing to the implementation of the EE Law by strengthening the institutional-regulatory framework and promoting the national Energy Management Standard;
  • Enhancing capacity and creating awareness in Turkish industrial companies as well as financial service and energy service providers;
  • Implementation of energy audits in large industry and SMEs;
  • Demonstration of state-of-the-art management practices, EE measures and technologies and appropriate business and financing models.

Envidatec GmbH was involved as a consulting firm and carried out the following activities:

Prepare an audit guide and related checklist for the specified industrial sectors

  • Determination of sectorial-based processes and their unique/distinctive characteristics inthe specified sector.
  • Identification of critical elements of the processes in the specified sector.
  • Identification of the issues to be cautiously cared in a detailed energy audit in the specified sector.

Preparation of a list indicating major parts/units that should be measured/monitor in the specified sector:

  • iron-steel,
  • cement,
  • glass,
  • food and beverages.

The prepared set of material (guide + checklist) was later used by the energy service companies while undertaking energy audits in the specified energy intensive industrial sectors.

July 25, 2017

Establish an Energy Efficiency Network to improve the energy efficiency in Ugandan industries

GIZ
- Deutsche Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH
Uganda
10/2016 - 12/2018

Envidatec runs a public-private partnership (PPP) through the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ). The aim was to build an Energy Efficiency Network (EEN) in Uganda and to establish various energy efficiency services in order to increase energy efficiency in the Ugandan industrial sector. The project includes several trainings, energy audits and implementation of energy efficiency measures.

Activities:

  • Energy audits in various industries, such as milk, tea, grain and coffee processing, to identify potential savings
  • Feasibility studies to develop measures from the energy audit into bankable projects
  • Financing of projects
  • Measurement and verification of measures
  • Workshops and trainings for members of the network
  • Training of banks in Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy funding
  • Strengthening the local financial sector for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy financing

July 25, 2017

Energy Efficiency in Key Industrial Sectors in Iran (Cement Industry)

UNIDO
- United Nations Industrial Development Organization
Iran
9/2016 - 08/2017

The project "Energy Efficiency in Key Industrial Sectors" is financed by the Global Environmental Facility (GEF) and implemented by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) as the implementation center of the GEF.

The main objectives of the project are:

  • Strengthening energy efficiency through the creation of voluntary energy agreements with the industrial sectors
  • Establish a framework for national energy management standards
  • Support for capacity building through training
  • Development of Energy Efficiency targets
  • Provision of benchmarks and above all the identification of technology improvement potentials for the energy-intensive cement industry

The results of the project present the latest state of energy efficiency in the cement industry in Iran. For Iran, which is one of the major cement producers in the world, energy efficiency plays an important role in making the sector more sustainable and competitive. Within the framework of the study, 23 cement production lines in Iran were compared with local and international energy-efficient practices and thus the assessment of the energy efficiency improvement in the sector was made possible.

July 25, 2017

Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency in Bangladesh

GIZ
- Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH
Bangladesh
2016

The project renewable Energy and energy efficiency for Bangladesh of Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ) is a joint undertaking between the Ministry of Power, Energy and Mineral Resources (MPEMR), the Government of Bangladesh and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).

The project was working with Bangladesh Government in developing the framework conditions of Bangladesh, in disseminating renewable energy technologies as well as helping industry, utilities, SMEs and private households to increase productivity through efficient use of energy and energy management.

Envidatec GmbH was involved as a consulting firm and carried out the following activities:

Energy Auditor Qualification and Certification

  • Conducting study of existing energy auditor certification practice in comparable countries
  • Propose minimum qualification and experience required for an individual to be certified as an Energy Auditor
  • Development of curriculum, training content and exam standard for certification of energy auditors
  • Selection of one/more Certification institution(s) and certification procedure and
  • Determining responsibilities of Energy Auditors.

Provision of Energy Auditing in Industries

  • Propose an achievable timeline when energy auditing should be voluntary and then mandatory for certain industries/ sectors and frequency of auditing
  • Preparation of Energy Audit Reporting standard for industries
  • Propose phase wise, achievable but not too overambitious, reduction target for energy consumption and criteria
  • Recommendation on Incentive and Penalty mechanism

Large Energy consumers-Accreditation and appointment of Energy Managers

  • Setting the criteria to consider a consumer as large energy consumer
  • Qualification, experience, curriculum, training, examination standard and certification for Energy Manager
  • Responsibility of Energy Manager in industries
  • When a consumer will appoint an Energy Manager
  • Reporting format of energy savings for Energy Manager

Framework condition for a new Energy Services Company (ESCO)

  • Desk Review on Framework condition for a newly to be created institution, possibly called ESCO like in other comparable countries
  • Propose a suitable framework for ESCO operations in Bangladesh
  • Accreditation Procedure, Qualification and Experience for ESCO’s
  • Listing the responsibilities of ESCO and all mechanism needed for the official existence
July 26, 2017

Public Private Partnership Program in Thailand and Vietnam

DEG
- Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH
Thailand / Vietnam
2013 - 2015

A consortium of Envidatec GmbH and LOYTEC electronics GmbH promoted by Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft (DEG) was undertaking a development project (develoPPP.de) in Thailand and Vietnam with a main objective of developing local expertise in building and industrial Energy Efficiency, Energy Management System (EnMS), Energy Monitoring (EM) and Energy Efficiency Analysis (EEA). The objectives were achieved through a series of pilot projects and related trainings. The project was implemented in three phases over a period of two years. Local energy service providers and energy consultants were the cornerstones of this project. Knowledge transfer was taking place between the consortium and the local partners and a long term partnership was established as a result.

Main Features of the Project:

Benefits for Local Technology Partners:

  • cooperation with experts in the field
  • Training in EnMS, Energy Monitoring and Energy Efficiency Analysis
  • First hand experience through active cooperation in pilot projects
  • Certification as technology experts by TÜV Rheinland Thailand / Vietnam
  • Long term partnership
July 25, 2017

Sustainable Energy Initiative for Industries in Pakistan

UNIDO
- United Nations Industrial Development Organization
Pakistan
2016

The project seeks to promote the adoption of renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies and services in industries. The ultimate goal of the project was to avoid greenhouse gas emissions by developing and promoting a market environment that will stimulate investments in renewable energy and energy efficiency which, in turn, will help drive economic growth, support industrial development in Pakistan.

Envidatec GmbH was involved as a consulting firm and carried out the following activities:

Literature Review

  • Review of various existing studies on the potential of energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies and services in the industrial sector in Pakistan in the last 5 years
  • Analysis if energy usage and consumption patterns and trends in industrial sector based on published information

Data gathering and consultations

  • Development of list of stakeholders in collaboration with United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)
  • Carry out consultations with each agreed stakeholder to collect energy use data and information from sample of companies essential for conducting the analysis of each sector

Sector Analysis

  • Carry out detailed analyses on Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency opportunities for technological improvements for each of the five sectors and present them in the form of a draft sectoral report

Stakeholders Validation

  • Conduct a stakeholder validation workshop to present key findings of the analyses and the five sector reports
  • Collect feedback and responses from relevant stakeholders

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