EE & DSM

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Region

Asia

Service Area

Energy Efficiency

Project Title

Mainstreaming Energy Efficiency in Thai Municipalities

Country

Thailand

Client

Asian Development Bank (ADB)/ Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA)

Project Funding Agency

ADB

Project Duration

Start Date

Jul 2009

Scheduled Completion

Feb 2012

Project Description and Summary of Services

 

 

 

 

 

The overall objective of the project is to establish a sustainable business model(s) for the large scale implementation of Energy Efficiency (EE) measures in buildings occupied by the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) and of the Municipalities of PEA’s service area and also for public street lighting. This objective is to be accomplished by the demonstration of EE benefits through pilot projects implemented through a customized financing arrangement; finalizing a plan for large scale replication nation-wide complimented by enhancing the capacity of PEA and municipalities in EE project development and implementation; and supplemented with a communication and outreach program covering all sectors of the community. 

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Region

Asia

Service Area

Energy Efficiency

Project Title

Preparation of the 5-Year Implementation Plan for Promoting Energy Efficiency in Commercial Buildings (PEECB) - Thailand

Country

Thailand

Client

United Nations Development Programme/ Global Environment Facility (GEF)

Project Funding Agency

United Nations Development Programme/ Global Environment Facility (GEF)

Project Duration

Start Date

Aug 2010

Scheduled Completion

Nov 2011

Project Description and Summary of Services

 

 

 

 

 

The project objective is the promotion and facilitation of the widespread application of building energy efficiency technologies and practices in commercial buildings in Thailand.  The project impact is to reduce 23.3 kton of direct CO2 emissions during the project implementation period and 1,630 kton of indirect CO2 emissions from the Thai commercial building sector.  It includes demonstration of energy efficiency measures in nine large commercial buildings such as office buildings, hotels, hypermarkets and hospitals.

IIEC prepared a full-size project proposal for the US$3.6 million GEF-funded project entitled, Promoting Energy Efficiency in Commercial Building in Thailand (PEECB) and designed the implementation plan based on 3 approaches: i.e. awareness enhancement, introduction of improved policies including building energy codes, and establishment of demonstration projects.

The PEECB project was implemented by the Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency (DEDE), under the Thai Ministry of Energy. 

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Region

Asia

Service Area

Energy Efficiency

Project Title

Energy Efficiency Business Network and Association – Thailand

Country

Thailand

Client

 

Project Funding Agency

 

Project Duration

Start Date

 

Scheduled Completion

 

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IIEC worked with more than 20 local energy efficiency companies in Thailand to support the founding of the Energy Efficiency Development Association. This energy association aims to stimulate the utilization of the US$500 million Energy Conservation Promotion Fund of Thailand in various feasible energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.  The association also aims to facilitate an effective enforcement of the Energy Conservation Promotions Act of 1992.

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Region

Asia

Service Area

Demand-Side Management (DSM)

Project Title

DSM Program Evaluation

Country

Thailand

Client

Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT)

Project Funding Agency

World Bank

Project Duration

Start Date

Apr 1999

Scheduled Completion

Sep 1999

Project Description and Summary of Services

 

 

 

 

 

The objective of this project is to conduct a process and impact evaluation of Thailand’s six-year, US$190 million demand-side management program which is the first comprehensive program implemented in Asia. The extent of the evaluation program involves determining customer attitudes and the satisfaction of manufacturers and distributors of air conditioner, refrigerator, compact fluorescent lamps, and thin tube fluorescent lamps.

Service Provided:

  • Survey of consumer end-use patterns
  • Survey of manufacturers and distributors of energy-efficient products to determine the impact of the DSM program on production and sales
  • In-person interviews with manufacturers of conditioners, refrigerators, compact fluorescent lamps, and thin-tube fluorescent lamps
  • Mail survey of 170 retailers (“green shops”) who participated in the no-interest loan program for high-efficiency air conditioners

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Region

Asia

Service Area

Energy Efficiency

Project Title

Thailand Energy Options Study

Country

Thailand

Client

World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)

Project Funding Agency

World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)

Project Duration

Start Date

Jul 2000

Scheduled Completion

Aug 2001

Project Description and Summary of Services

 

 

 

 

 

IIEC collaborated with the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) in developing sustainable electricity sector options for Thailand.  This project assesses the viability of different energy options for meeting Thailand’s future electricity requirements.  It includes a comparative analysis of different energy scenarios in terms of costs, environmental externalities, and other impacts and issues.

This study projected annual electricity savings to reach 13% (25 GWh) in 2015 with demand-side electricity options that could be achieved through technical measures, energy efficiency public benefits investments and market transformation strategies. The study simulated supply options that would promote renewable energy technologies and mitigate greenhouse gas emissions. Grid-based electricity generation from biomass could reach 6.7% (12,134 GWh) of the total electricity generation in 2015 through public benefit renewable energy programmes and integration of renewable energy in the power development-planning framework.

 

Services Provided:

  • Energy policy analysis
  • Energy modelling
  • Determination of future energy supply scenarios

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