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The 3rd Asia Pacific Dialogue on Clean Energy Governance, Policy and Regulation

Organized by ADB, USAID and ICA
04th - 05th June 2012

Asian Development Bank Headquarters, 6 ADB Avenue, Mandaluyong City, Philippines.

Energy Efficiency Initiatives in Sri Lanka

Thusitha Sugathapala Director General Sri Lanka Sustainable Energy Authority (SLSEA) Ministry of Power & Energy 5th June 2012

COUNTRY AT A GLANCE
Country Data
Population No. of HHs Per Capita GDP 20.2 Million 4.7 Million 2300 US$

Energy Sector
Total Consumption 371 TJ
Industry 25% Transport 26% Domestic & Commercial 49%

Electricity Sector
Installed Capacity 3,110 MW
Hydro Thermal NRE 1,180 MW 1,680 MW 250 MW

Electrification Level of HHs
Total 92% National Grid 90% Off-Grid 2% Target – 100% by end of 2012

Electricity Generation
Gross Generation 11,000 GWh Hydro 33% Thermal 60% NRE 7%

Future Demand (2020)
Energy Demand Peak Demand 20,000 GWh 4330 MW
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ENERGY CONSERVATION & MANAGEMENT
• Role and Duties of SLSEA
Object Identify, promote, facilitate, implement and manage energy efficiency improvement and energy conservation programmes for use of energy in domestic, commercial, agricultural, transport, industrial and any other relevant sectors Implementation of energy efficiency improvement and conservation programmes. Power & Duties Establishment of energy consumption benchmarks.

Energy Auditing / Consumption Data Reporting
Accreditation of energy managers, energy auditors and energy service providers
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ENERGY CONSERVATION & MANAGEMENT

Commercial

Industry

General Public Energy Labeling of Appliances

Sustainable Guarantee Facility Establishment of Soft Loan Scheme for EE Project Implementation Introduction of Energy subject to School curricula

Implementing National Energy Award

• Implementation Plan

Conduct Training and Awareness Programmes

Energy Services

Establishment of Regional Lighting Center Project formulation and implementation through ESCOs Provide sophisticated instruments for energy auditing Sector specific energy efficiency programmes (Hotel, Tea, Water Pumping, Gov. Sector Buildings, …) Mandatory Energy Auditing / Consumption Data Reporting Accreditation of Energy Manager / Energy Auditor

Energy Efficient Building Code

Target: Reduction of 20% energy consumption of year 2010 by 2020

Regulations

Awareness

Financing

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ENERGY LABELING OF APPLIANCES
• CFL
 Energy Performance Star Rating: Mandatory programme in full implementation  More than 80% penetration in households  Annual demand: CFL – 20 million, Incandescent - 10 million

• Ceiling Fans
Efficiency

35 30

Fan 1 Fan 2

 Energy Performances:  Star Ratings About to implement

25 20 15
10 5 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Regulator Setting

Fan 3
Fan 4 Fan 5

Fan 6
Fan 7 Fan 8 Fan 9

Fan 10
Average

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ENERGY LABELING OF APPLIANCES
• Electric Motors
 Star Rating based on three Energy Efficiency Classes : Final stage of implementation

Efficiency classes – (IE1,IE2,IE3) Rated Energy consumption per hour –(kWh)

• Magnetic Ballast
 Star Rating - Already developed, will be implemented within 2012

• Other Appliances in consideration
 Refrigerators  Air conditioners
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ENERGY EFFICIENCT BUILDING CODES
• A code of practice established to improve energy performance of buildings
 Implemented in 2008 for commercial buildings  Now under revision for further improvments  Energy Efficiency Building Guideline for domestic buildings is under development .

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ACCREDITATION OF ENERGY MANAGER / ENERGY AUDITOR
• Implemented with the objective of improving energy efficiency and conservation in industrial & commercial organizations. • Target Group: Any institution whose
 Annual Electricity Consumption > 600,000 kWh or  Annual Thermal Energy Consumption > 4500 TOE
3500

Cumulative Energy Consumption (MWh)

3000 2500 2000
1500

80% of the Consumption – 2735 MWh

1000 500 0
1 166 331 496 661 826 991 1156 1321 1486 1651 1816 1981 2146 2311 2476 2641 2806 2971 3136 3301 3466 3631 3796 3961 4126 4291 4456 4621 4786 4951 5116 5281 5446 5611 5776 5941 6106 6271 6436 6601

1525 Consumers

The Energy Manager Accreditation Programme has been implemented and first group will receive certificates in June 2012

Consumers

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SECTOR SPECIFIC ENERGY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMMES
• Energy management programmes are being developed for specific sectors in consultation with relevant stakeholders. • Sectors
        Hotels Tea Water pumping/distribution Hospitals / healthcare Government Sector Buildings Universities and Higher Education Institutes Schools – mainly awareness and education Transport :
– Programme on Energy Efficient & Environmentally Sustainable Transport (E3ST) Systems is launched. Fuel economy standards for ground vehicles are under development.
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SECTOR SPECIFIC ENERGY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMMES
• SLSEA has developed a National Energy Management Plan (EnMAP) for the 5-year period from 2012 to 2016.
 It shall serve as a guide to embark on an integrated and cohesive programme of work with a long term perspective to realize better energy efficiency energy sectors

• Barriers in implementing energy efficiency improvement programmes
    Lack of financing, Lack of end user awareness and commitments, Lack of technical capacity among end users and Absence of adequate regulatory mechanism.

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SECTOR SPECIFIC ENERGY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMMES
• Cost Benefit –
 Estimated budgetary requirement for 5 years is around LKR 1.2 billion.
- SLSEA Consolidated fund: LKR 395 million, - Donor funds: LKR 375 million, - SLSEA Energy Fund: LKR 48 million, - CSR funds: LKR 20, - Self funding: LKR 274 million, - Sponsorships: LKR 110 million.

 Anticipated financial saving:
- LKR 13 billion in the 1st yr, will exceed LKR 34 billion at the 5th yr, - Over a period of 5 years: Around LKR 135 billion.

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Thank You

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