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MINISTERIAL BRIEFING REGARDING DEMAND-SIDE ENERGY MANAGEMENT (DSEM) ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTALLY COST OPTIMISED (EECO) PROJECTS AND GREEN FINANCE PROGRAMMES 23 MAY 03 PRETORIA Deputy Director General Ms. Nelisiwe Magubane Mr. Ompie Aphane Mr. David Mahuma:  PEER AFRICA (PTY) LTD. KUTLWANONG CIVIC INTERGATED HOUSING TRUST (KCIHT) AND ASSOCIATES MINISTERIAL BRIEFING REGARDING DEMAND-SIDE ENERGY MANAGEMENT (DSEM) ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTALLY COST OPTIMISED (EECO) PROJECTS AND GREEN FINANCE PROGRAMMES 23 MAY 03 PRETORIA Deputy Director General Ms. Nelisiwe Magubane Mr. Ompie Aphane Mr. David Mahuma Slide2:  AGENDA Introductions and background Scope of work Key findings Preliminary recommendations Way forward Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide3:  INTRODUCTIONS Kutlwanong Civic Integrated Housing Trust (KCIHT) PEER AFRICA (Pty) Ltd. Associates Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide4:  INTRODUCTIONS Key Associates: J. Dunstan, C. Griffin, I. Moto, T. Leeuw, Prof. H. Annagarn and Others, University of Witswatersrand PEER Consultants, SA, 500PPM, CO2.e Women and Resource Management (M. Selekoma, L. Kamahi) FPO (Pty) Ltd. (Dr. Howard Steverson) EnerWise Africa (Joe Asamoah) International Transport and Development Policy (ITDP) (Lloyd Wright, Madeleine Costanza) City of Cape Town (Eddie Samuels) City of Kimberley (Mayor Solly Legodi) NURCHA, CES Capital (C. Clarke) Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide5:  BACKGROUND PEER Africa/KCIHT Projects Energy/ Renewable White Papers National Programmes Also “Best Practice Projects” That Have National Programme Potential. Green Finance Potential Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide6:  SCOPE OF WORK (3 Months) National strategy focus areas Methodology/focus on low-income households. Implementation Presentation of findings and recommendations. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide7:  NATIONAL STRATEGY FOCUS Enabling Environment Key Elements: Awareness, capacity building and skills development. Technology and supplier support. Financial and funding framework. Legal and policy framework. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide8:  METHODOLOGY (3 Months) OBJECTIVES: Focus on high impact energy programmes for human settlements (Include relevant industry sectors and transport). Review and document “demand-side” programmes that have national rollout potential. Quantify current and potential benefits of listed projects (energy,environmental, Health and Safety etc.) Facilitate the use of “green” assets (from greenhouse gas (CO2, CH4) emission reductions to help offset costs of providing energy services to poor households in South Africa.) Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide9:  METHODOLOGY Key Activities: Desk top studies and personal interviews Workshop series Client briefings Focus groups Surveys Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide10:  ENERGY AND THE POOR Objectives: Address the plight of the poor and destitute. Evaluate options to provide a minimum level of basic energy services for low-income human settlements. Review capital and recurrent cost programmes. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide11:  ENERGY AND THE POOR Objectives Continued: Aggressively promote black economic empowerment, and inclusion of: Women Youth Historically disadvantaged groups into all aspects of programme design and implementation. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide12:  IMPLEMENTATION Phase 1: Refine SOW Phase 2: Implementation Desk top studies Interviews, focus groups Workshop series Client briefings Final reports (Phases 3 and 4) Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide13:  KEY FINDINGS Enabling environment Status quo situation Projects Cross-ministerial linkages High impact potential Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide14:  KEY FINDINGS Enabling Environment Primary Need: A clearly defined, time-phased, national DSEM programme policy that facilitates the following: Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide15:  KEY FINDINGS Enabling Environment Requirements: National DSEM awareness, promotion, skills training and capacity building at all levels. Integrated health and safety benefits of EE, ES and RE based DSEM projects with policy and legislative mandates. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide16:  KEY FINDINGS Enabling Environment Requirements: Independent DSEM technical and financial programme management support (start-up). Support for private sector companies and NGOs providing DSEM products and services. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide17:  KEY FINDINGS Enabling Environment Notice #1: Existing local technology and supplier networks appear available and ready for time-phased national push. Local Authorities are not… Local authority mandate for national policy still an issue. Both want mandate, training and incentives… Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide18:  KEY FINDINGS Enabling Environment Local Level Requirements: Promotion of local DSEM pilot projects. Community participation: Community based self-help programmes. Women and youth group programme memberships. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide19:  KEY FINDINGS Enabling Environment Technical Requirements: National DSEM database, research and information network. Facilitate the collection of existing and new research and information for projects relating to energy and fuel use (Especially low-income communities). Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide20:  KEY FINDINGS Enabling Environment Notice #2: Rural communities require a special task team to overcome barriers to energy support programmes. Low-income communities are ready to participate and can receive significant long term benefits if these barriers can be managed. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide21:  KEY FINDINGS Enabling Environment Finance Requirements: Financial business case will require Gov’t and donor interventions for 5- 10 years. There are options to create a self-funding programme. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide22:  KEY FINDINGS Enabling Environment Funding Requirements: Include a means to provide: Creative means to raise seed capital. Independent funds management expertise. Independent performance management and tracking. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide23:  KEY FINDINGS Status Quo Situation National Programmes: Current national programmes miss more than 50% of poor families (<R1 800/HH/Month). Electricity tariff programmes, solar home systems, solar stove Majority of low-income communities rely more on biomass than electricity for primary daily activities. (Even if connected to the grid) Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide24:  KEY FINDINGS Status Quo Situation National Programmes: Nearly 75% of SA families use something other than a single passenger car to get from one point to the next. There is no clear DSEM policy for transport. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide25:  KEY FINDINGS Status Quo Situation Women: Searching for and use of biomass for energy supplies in low-income HHs are the women’s tasks. Biomass is used for: Cooking food Space heating Lighting Water heating for bathing and cleaning 70% of her time is in transit Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide26:  KEY FINDINGS Status Quo Situation Women: Are organised in local communities: Savings clubs Faith based organisations Others Are keen to participate in local DSEM programmes. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide27:  KEY FINDINGS Status Quo Situation Notice #3: Lack of DSEM information, awareness, training and capacity building is the most significant barrier. For stakeholders and proposed beneficiaries. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide28:  KEY FINDINGS Status Quo Situation Notice #4: Poverty, illiteracy and lack of effective DSEM finance infrastructure (especially in rural communities) limits the positive impacts of sophisticated, technology-driven programmes. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide29:  KEY FINDINGS Status Quo Situation Notice #5: Black, women and youth empowerment/ ownership of existing DSEM projects, suppliers and service providers is virtually non existent. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide30:  KEY FINDINGS Status Quo Situation Appliances: Most appliances used by low-income communities are inefficient and many are the source of poor health and safety issues. Labeling for energy consumption is a general issue. Appliances are in bad condition. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide31:  KEY FINDINGS Status Quo Situation Fuels: Most available fuels used by low-income communities burn inefficiently and are the source of poor health and safety issues. Wood (dung and other free fuels) is available when you have nothing else. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide32:  KEY FINDINGS Status Quo Situation Local Programme Delivery Framework: Distribution networks for project packages (i.e., materials, appliances and alternative fuels) are significantly lacking in rural areas. Existing service provided at a premium Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide33:  KEY FINDINGS Status Quo Situation Missing in Action: Difficult to reach and special needs segments are listed as follows: Renters, hostel dwellers, informal settlements Remote rural areas Differently-abled Youth head of household Mining communities (Closure Permit Upgrade) Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide34:  KEY FINDINGS Status Quo Situation Notice #6: Traditional and Gov’t funding and finance institutions for housing are not available or adequate for DSEM targeted low-income households. Based on risk and affordability. Use 30% of income as baseline (+R5 000 minimum loan) Adequate for upper and middle income. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide35:  KEY FINDINGS Status Quo Situation DSEM Technical Solutions: They work: Most EE, ES and RE interventions actually save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. (The key is getting people to use them!) Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide36:  KEY FINDINGS Status Quo Situation Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Reduction: Projects using DSEM technologies WILL result in mitigation/avoidance of GHG emissions. GHG emission reductions purchased now. Buyers are ready for agreements. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide37:  KEY FINDINGS Status Quo Situation GHG Notice #7: Many confusing messages regarding the status of clean development mechanism (CDM) in South Africa: DBSA is intermediary for PCDF North south south/agama providing CDM training and developing project database for UNIDO IDC let CDM office tender Others Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide38:  KEY FINDINGS DSEM Project Categories Include: Human settlements Industry-based Existing projects Proposed projects Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide39:  KEY FINDINGS DSEM Projects: Mainly human settlement projects Limited in scope and scale (Not needs based). Community driven (KCIHT). Technology driven (Technical NGOs, Eskom/Bonisa, DME National programmes). Heavily dependent on donor funding. Department of Housing promotions. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide40:  KEY FINDINGS DSEM Projects Industry-based Sector: Energy Use Profile By Sector: Mining and Metals processing largest energy consuming sector. Transport fastest growing sector. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide41:  KEY FINDINGS DSEM Projects Existing Human Settlement Projects Notice #8: Mainly technology based and research oriented local pilots. Compact fluorescent light bulbs, solar geysers, solar home lighting systems, solar stoves, ceilings (insulated and non-insulated) etc. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide42:  KEY FINDINGS DSEM Projects Existing Human Settlement Projects: Do not have sustainable, national finance BASED ON CONSUMER DEMAND. (Exception: Bonisa has R100 million from Eskom and IFC) Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide43:  KEY FINDINGS DSEM Projects Existing Human Settlement Projects: Donor finance and requirements are key driving factors rather than community need. Supplier and manufacturer promotion oriented. Limited efforts on low cost efficiency and savings activities. (i.e., solar cooker, solar geyser, solar home systems, RSA/Dutch AIJ, Eskom/UoP. ceilings programme) Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide44:  KEY FINDINGS DSEM Projects Proposed Human Settlement Projects Require Notice #9: National/regional programme support infrastructure. Sustainable finance programme based on a cluster of services and community membership and support. Regional DSEM support and programme services based on existing pilots and regional needs. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide45:  KEY FINDINGS DSEM Projects Existing Industrial Categories: Large scale grid electricity users Mining and metals processing Others Large scale fossil fuel users Transport Cement, Ceramics, Petrochemical Others Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide46:  KEY FINDINGS DSEM Projects Existing Industrial Projects Opportunities: Large scale grid electricity users Load shift management RE independent power producers Others Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide47:  KEY FINDINGS DSEM Projects Existing Industrial Projects Opportunities: Large scale fossil fuel users: Modal shifts (Keep many riders in one efficient vehicle). Fuel switching (bagasse, natural gas, biofuels for coal). Others Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide48:  KEY FINDINGS DSEM Projects Existing Industrial Projects Opportunities: Grid-based: Need link to RE IPPs. Internal load management programmes. Internal EE and ES programmes. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide49:  KEY FINDINGS DSEM Projects Existing Industrial Projects Opportunities: Fossil Fuel-based Facilitate: Fuel swap upgrades using biofuels. Research Other Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide50:  KEY FINDINGS Cross-Ministerial Linkages: Not clear on what the Department’s policy and strategy is toward integrated development. Are NOT waiting for a plan to determine how the Department will work with them. Not in the loop when it comes to large scale renewable energy pilot projects. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide51:  KEY FINDINGS Cross-Ministerial Linkages Notice #10: No clear leadership to establish a DSEM national programme. Need the following: Clearly communicated policy and programme milestones. Establish resource base to facilitate linkages. Establish performance measurement and implementation guidelines. Establish DSEM specific funding and finance packages. Promote DSEM pilots. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide52:  KEY FINDINGS Cross-Ministerial Linkages Terms of Reference (ToR): DSEM based ToR needed for the following: Department of Housing, Water Affairs and Agriculture (Rural) Department of Environment and Tourism Department of Trade and Industry Department of Transport Department of Health CDM Office and all associated entities Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide53:  KEY FINDINGS Timeline: 2000 Count existing and develop new sources for VERs 2004 Elections 2005 Target National Launch Date/EU emission trading programme 2008- 2012 First Commitment period for Annex B countries 2020 Need to recalibrate benefits accruing from DSEM programme interventions Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide54:  KEY FINDINGS High Impact Potential: National DSEM Capacity Building and Information Dissemination Programme: Facilitate human settlement projects through financial support and establishment of a green fund. Facilitate industrial RE-based IPPs for grid-based EE, ES programmes. Coordinate activities with Eskom. Maintain control and ownership. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide55:  PRELIMINARY RECOMMENDATIONS Human Settlements: Establish an independent group to develop a national DSEM programme implementation framework, including finance options. Require Eskom and mining companies to fully support DSEM rural programme development initiatives. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide56:  PRELIMINARY RECOMMENDATIONS Human Settlements: Facilitate EE,ES and RE cluster of services package for human settlements. Set up loan and forgiveness loan funding scheme based on memberships to all South African households. Multiple tiers (R2 000 – R20 000) R2 Billion Starter Package/1 Million HHs Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide57:  PRELIMINARY RECOMMENDATIONS Industrial Sector: Create incentives for: RE based IPPs for grid based operations and load management procedures with Eskom. Fuel switching Mass transit/Non-motorized transport projects. BEE and community DSEM IPPs with industry. Tax rebates may be an initial option Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide58:  WAY FORWARD Promote Self-help and PPP DSEM Projects at local level. Set up definitive contract guidelines for inclusion of women and historically disadvantaged groups in all DSEM activities. Link with housing delivery framework BUT CONTROL DSEM DELIVERY FROM INDEPENDENT MANAGEMENT GROUP. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide59:  WAY FORWARD Take a clear leadership role in national DSEM programme support and facilitation. Set up delivery framework to achieve the above. Control programme delivery for first 2 to 5 years. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide60:  WAY FORWARD, HOW? Establish independent DSEM programme development team to draft: Detailed sow for capacity building and awareness campaigns. Detailed sow for national DSEM programme package. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM) Slide61:  WAY FORWARD, HOW? Establish independent DSEM programme development team to draft: Detailed sow for DSEM green fund. Engage with cross-ministerial meetings. Programme support plan for promotion of existing pilot projects. Ministerial Briefing - Demand-Side Energy Management (DSEM)

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