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Update on Singapore’s Energy Efficiency efforts 45 th APEC Expert Group on Energy Efficiency Update on Singapore’s Energy Efficiency efforts 45 th APEC Expert Group on Energy Efficiency & Conservation Meeting 25 March 2015, SIngapore Smart Energy, Sustainable Future

Outline • Singapore’s Energy Policy; • Energy Efficiency - a Key Mitigating Strategy for Outline • Singapore’s Energy Policy; • Energy Efficiency - a Key Mitigating Strategy for EI reduction; • Whole-of-government approach and Energy Conservation Act; • Demand Response Programme; • ‘Bill redesign’ pilot to raise awareness on energy consumption Smart Energy, Sustainable Future

Singapore’s Energy Policy Our Challenges Resource & alternative energy disadvantaged Our Approach Economic competitiveness Singapore’s Energy Policy Our Challenges Resource & alternative energy disadvantaged Our Approach Economic competitiveness Diversifying our energy sources Energy importer and price taker Small, urbanised environment poses constraints on fuel sources we can use Smart Energy, Sustainable Future Enhancing infrastructure and systems Increasing energy efficiency Strengthening the green economy Pricing energy right Environmental sustainability Energy security

Energy Efficiency - a Key Strategy…. • • To achieve a 35% reduction by Energy Efficiency - a Key Strategy…. • • To achieve a 35% reduction by 2030 (from 2005 levels) in economy-wide energy intensity; EE effort involves addressing sector-specific barriers with incentives: Barriers to EE Limited capital Policies & Measures Fiscal tools High upfront costs Lack of information Levies, subsidies , rebates EE financing Schemes Capacity Certification training building tools programmes Educational programmes Split incentives • Regulatory tools Mandatory EE standards Mandatory reporting/audits Energy is not subsidised to discourage wasteful consumption Smart Energy, Sustainable Future

Sectoral measures to improve EE … Power generation Households Switch from fuel Tighten Minimum Sectoral measures to improve EE … Power generation Households Switch from fuel Tighten Minimum oil to natural gas Energy Perf Stds for air-conditioners and refrigerators (2013) and extend to lighting & more appliances (2014) Smart Energy, Sustainable Future Buildings Developed the Green Mark Certification for all new buildings and all retrofitted existing buildings Transport Achieve 70: 30 for public and private transport and Carbonemissions based Vehicle (CEV) scheme Industry EE financing schemes, encourage cogeneration,

Where Are We Now? Improvement in energy intensity (%) 25 22 20 18 15 Where Are We Now? Improvement in energy intensity (%) 25 22 20 18 15 15 10 5 2005 11 18 12 5 2006 2007 2008 2009 Year 2010 2011 2012 22% improvement in energy intensity in 2012 compared to 2005 Smart Energy, Sustainable Future

Whole-of-Government approach…. . to promote and facilitate adoption of energy efficiency in Singapore across Whole-of-Government approach…. . to promote and facilitate adoption of energy efficiency in Singapore across the various sectors by the respective agencies. Financial incentives and training programmes administered to help companies enhance energy efficiency e. g. - Grant for Energy Efficient Technologies (GREET) - Design for Efficiency (Df. E) Scheme - Energy Efficiency Improvement Assistance Scheme (EASe) - Singapore Certified Energy Manager (SCEM) programme Smart Energy, Sustainable Future http: //app. e 2 singapore. gov. sg/Programmes

Energy Conservation Act … • Legislates minimum energy management standards for large energy users, Energy Conservation Act … • Legislates minimum energy management standards for large energy users, consuming >15 GWh of energy annually or 1. 29 ktoe of energy, in the industry sector since 2013, through the: – Appointment of energy managers; – Reporting of energy use; – Submission of energy efficiency improvement plans for large energy users. • Since April 2013, over 165 energy-intensive companies in the industry sector have been required under the Energy Conservation Act (ECA) to implement energy management practices. Smart Energy, Sustainable Future

Enhancement of MELS Labels The new label uses a more stringent rating scale that Enhancement of MELS Labels The new label uses a more stringent rating scale that requires appliances to achieve greater energy efficiency for each tick rating. This enables consumers to identify more energy efficient appliances. The new label also translates the energy performance into the estimated annual energy cost of using the appliance, so that consumers can consider this when deciding what to buy. Smart Energy, Sustainable Future

Mobile App launched as part of pilot to raise awareness on consumption pattern Available Mobile App launched as part of pilot to raise awareness on consumption pattern Available to about 310, 000 consumers to access features ranging from their historical consumption data & peer comparison and to conduct simple usage audits 6 -month comparison Smart Energy, Sustainable Future Month-on-month comparison

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