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ESD implementation activities in Estonia: 

ESD implementation activities in Estonia Madis Laaniste Head of Energy Efficiency and Renewables Division Energy Department 07.05.2007


TFC structure in 2005 public sector: public administr. – 1.6% education and healthcare – 3.2% other public services – 1.1% total – 5.9%

2nd National Energy Conservation Target Programme (2001-2005): 

2nd National Energy Conservation Target Programme (2001-2005) measurable targets: maintaining the change in energy consumption conditioned by the economic growth at a rate at least twice lower than the increase of GDP; ensure the decrease of the emission of carbon dioxide by 8% as compared with the year 1990, sequential to the Kyoto Protocol, by increasing the efficiency of energy production and transportation by using environmentally friendly fuels and by reducing energy consumption in all sectors and households

New policies and programmes 2002-2006: 

New policies and programmes 2002-2006 Long-term Public Fuel and Energy Sector Development Plan until 2015 approved in Parliament in December 2004 until 2010, maintain the volume of primary energy consumption at the level of the year 2003; ensure that by 2020 electricity produced in combined heat and power production stations forms 20 per cent of the gross consumption; ensure that by 2010 renewable electricity forms 5.1 per cent of the gross consumption;

Chapters in the directive 2006/32/EC: 

Chapters in the directive 2006/32/EC Subject matter and scope no difficulties to transpose Energy savings targets first estimate of the ES target – 2008-16: -9.8 PJ public sector does not lead by example Promotion of energy end-use efficiency and energy services not reflected in existing laws, options under discussion Final provisions renewal of national energy efficiency strategy is in progress Annexes Annex IV particularly complicated


predecessors: Energy Efficiency Target Programme (2000), Implementation plan of the Energy Efficiency Target Programme 2001-2005 (2001) legal basis – District Heating Act §3, article 14 of directive the 2006/32/EC national energy policy – Long-term Development Plan of the Fuel and Energy Sector (2005) has links with a number of national policy documents (10) preparation schedule 30.11.2006 – proposal for the preparation accepted by the Government 19.01.2007 – submitted to inter-ministerial consultation 16.02.2007 – submitted to State Chancellery 04.03.2007 – general elections in Estonia Energy Efficiency Strategy 2007-2013


requirements from the national regulation to ensure compatibility of budgetary allocations and strategies sets demands for the content of the strategy strategy has an implementation plan – can be better suited with the demands of directive requirements from the 2006/32/EC Energy Efficiency Strategy 2007-2013

Structure of the Energy Demand (2005): 

Structure of the Energy Demand (2005) TFC = 31.7 TWh public sector in details: public admin. – 1.6% health & educ. – 3.2% other PS – 1.1% total – 5.9%

Factors limiting improvement in energy efficiency: 

Factors limiting improvement in energy efficiency pricing of fuel and energy fragmented energy saving potential inadequate structures to intervene in new sectors lack of specialists and engineers increased welfare limited awareness of energy consumers lacking (energy) statistics

General features of the EES: 

General features of the EES the scope agriculture, industry, commercial and public services, households, district heating transport is not included overall energy saving target 2008-2013: -5.1 PJ proportional to target for 2008-2016

Four policy areas of EES (1/2): 

Four policy areas of EES (1/2) availability of information focuses on improving the awareness of energy consumers, eg. through supplying the information in energy bills, websites, includes specialised measures for local governments and SME’s availability of know-how and specialists to increase the number of people able to implement energy saving measures, eg. promotion of market for some services (energy audits), development of know-how, practice of energy services

Four policy areas of EES (2/2): 

Four policy areas of EES (2/2) energy efficiency improvements in energy production, distribution and consumption promotion of investments to energy efficiency through direct grants, obligations to energy suppliers and instruments rising the attractiveness of energy efficiency investments fulfilling the obligations of Member State to the EU transposition of EU directives in EE field and getting prepared for actions under Commission’s Energy Efficiency Action Plan



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