Sei sulla pagina 1di 27
Tackling the efficiency gap with capacity building Swiss Training Program Industrial Energy Optimisation (IEO)
Tackling the efficiency gap
with capacity building
Swiss Training Program Industrial
Energy Optimisation (IEO)

Rita Werle, Impact Energy Inc., Zurich Switzerland

13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin

eceee Industrial Summer Study, Berlin, 13 September 2016

Rita Werle

1

Content

Introduction: why motors? New training program:

: why motors ? •   New training program : Industrial Energy Optimisation (IEO) –  

Industrial Energy Optimisation (IEO)

Goal & target audience – Timeline – Organisation – Content

Lessons learned & way forward

Introduction
Introduction

Impact Energy

Impact Energy Rita Werle Managing Director policy Rolf Tieben Technical Director technology Conrad U. Brunner Senior
Impact Energy Rita Werle Managing Director policy Rolf Tieben Technical Director technology Conrad U. Brunner Senior
Impact Energy Rita Werle Managing Director policy Rolf Tieben Technical Director technology Conrad U. Brunner Senior

Rita Werle Managing Director policy

Rolf Tieben Technical Director technology

Conrad U. Brunner Senior Advisor

Director technology Conrad U. Brunner Senior Advisor •   consulting •   energy efficiency in
Director technology Conrad U. Brunner Senior Advisor •   consulting •   energy efficiency in

consulting • energy efficiency in industry • focus: electric motor systems

  energy efficiency in industry •   focus : electric motor systems 13 Sept 2016 eceee,
Industrial electricity consumption 12,2% 87,8% motors lighting, IT & communication, HVAC, cafeteria, ohmic

Industrial electricity consumption

12,2% 87,8% motors lighting, IT & communication, HVAC, cafeteria, ohmic resistances Number of examined firms
12,2% 87,8%
12,2%
87,8%

motors12,2% 87,8% lighting, IT & communication, HVAC, cafeteria, ohmic resistances Number of examined firms : Total

lighting, IT & communication, HVAC, cafeteria, ohmic resistances12,2% 87,8% motors Number of examined firms : Total electricity consumption : Electricity consumption motors :

Number of examined firms:

Total electricity consumption:

Electricity consumption motors: 607 GWh/a

25

691 GWh/a

Topmotors program

Topmotors program •   Since 2007 •   Information & awareness raising : –   Motor

Since 2007 Information & awareness raising:

Motor Summit – Workshops – Fact sheets – Training – Pilot projects – Newsletter

www.topmotors.ch

  Pilot projects –   Newsletter www.topmotors.ch 11/12 Oct 2016 Zurich www.motorsummit.ch 13 Sept 2016
  Pilot projects –   Newsletter www.topmotors.ch 11/12 Oct 2016 Zurich www.motorsummit.ch 13 Sept 2016
  Pilot projects –   Newsletter www.topmotors.ch 11/12 Oct 2016 Zurich www.motorsummit.ch 13 Sept 2016

11/12 Oct 2016 Zurich www.motorsummit.ch

  Newsletter www.topmotors.ch 11/12 Oct 2016 Zurich www.motorsummit.ch 13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin Rita Werle 6
Why a training program for motor systems? •   •   •   •  
Why a training program for
motor systems?
•  
Swiss CO 2 -law and its implementation: focus so far on thermal energy
Trainings focused on buildings & renewable energy
Only lately: also industrial thermal processes
Electric efficiency: neglected

Practical experience

Practical experience 56% of motors are older than their operating life expectancy; 13 Sept 2016 eceee,
Practical experience 56% of motors are older than their operating life expectancy; 13 Sept 2016 eceee,

56% of motors are older than their operating life expectancy;

13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin

these older motors are 99% too old.

Rita Werle

8

Industrial Energy Optimisation (IEO) 2013 – 2016 supported by the Swiss Federal Office of Energy

Industrial Energy Optimisation (IEO)

2013 – 2016

supported by the Swiss Federal Office of Energy

(IEO) 2013 – 2016 supported by the Swiss Federal Office of Energy 13 Sept 2016 eceee,
(IEO) 2013 – 2016 supported by the Swiss Federal Office of Energy 13 Sept 2016 eceee,

Training

Goal

Systematically analyze motor systems Identify efficiency projects Implement multi-year improvement plan Convince upper management to invest Dialogue with external engineers, manufacturers, service companies Evaluate costs & savings, life cycle costs

invest Dialogue with external engineers, manufacturers, service companies Evaluate costs & savings, life cycle costs
invest Dialogue with external engineers, manufacturers, service companies Evaluate costs & savings, life cycle costs
invest Dialogue with external engineers, manufacturers, service companies Evaluate costs & savings, life cycle costs
invest Dialogue with external engineers, manufacturers, service companies Evaluate costs & savings, life cycle costs
invest Dialogue with external engineers, manufacturers, service companies Evaluate costs & savings, life cycle costs

13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin

& savings, life cycle costs 13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin Target group •   primary: technical

Target group primary: technical staff in middle / large industrial factories • work experience (min. technical apprenticeship) • secondary: energy consultants, utilities, public authorities, etc.

Rita Werle

10
10
Timeline Feasibility Build-up Pilot implementation German part Expansion & regular imlementation (also French
Timeline
Feasibility
Build-up
Pilot
implementation
German part
Expansion &
regular
imlementation
(also French
part)
2013 – 2014
2015
2016
from 2017
16 potential
training sites
2014 2015 2016 from 2017 16 potential training sites 1.   2.   Manufacturers 3.  

1.

2.Manufacturers 3.Associations 4.Utilities

5.

Cantons

6.

End users

  2.   Manufacturers 3.   Associations 4.   Utilities 5.   Cantons 6.   End
  2.   Manufacturers 3.   Associations 4.   Utilities 5.   Cantons 6.   End
  2.   Manufacturers 3.   Associations 4.   Utilities 5.   Cantons 6.   End

Rita Werle

11

IEO Organisation

IEO Organisation IEO supporting organisations strategic guidance & marketing IEO program management national

IEO supporting organisations

strategic guidance & marketing

organisations strategic guidance & marketing IEO program management national coordination German
organisations strategic guidance & marketing IEO program management national coordination German

IEO program management national coordination

marketing IEO program management national coordination German language HSLU Horw French language HEIG-VD
marketing IEO program management national coordination German language HSLU Horw French language HEIG-VD

German language HSLU Horw

national coordination German language HSLU Horw French language HEIG-VD Yverdon-les-Bains IEO advisory
national coordination German language HSLU Horw French language HEIG-VD Yverdon-les-Bains IEO advisory

French language HEIG-VD Yverdon-les-Bains

HSLU Horw French language HEIG-VD Yverdon-les-Bains IEO advisory board program content 13 Sept 2016 eceee,

IEO advisory board program content

Yverdon-les-Bains IEO advisory board program content 13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin www.hslu.ch/w103

13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin

www.hslu.ch/w103

IEO advisory board program content 13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin www.hslu.ch/w103 www.entrainements-electriques.ch 12

www.entrainements-electriques.ch

12

Content

Content Topmotors IEO   Gamma           1   2   3  

Topmotors IEO

 

Gamma

       
 

1

 

2

 

3

 

4

 

5

6

 

FR

 

SA

Break

 

FR

 

SA

Break

 

FR

SA

 

Registration

         
 

09:15-10:00

 

1: Introduction

Technology 1: Efficiency

7: Efficiency

 

Energy management 2

14:

 

20: Efficiency

 

Technology 6: Measures

27: Individual

31: Test

Introduction

Communication

Technik 4: M-S-C

potential

measures

10:15 -

       

Praxisarbeit (Teil 2): Analysiere Anlage und suche Verbesserungsmöglichkeiten

28: Package of measures

 

11:00

2: Swiss Energy

8: Losses

Practical assignment (1): search object

15: Convincing

21: Motor list

32a: Presentation

 

11:15 -

3: Minimum

9: Motors

16: Monitoring & targetting

22: Decision

29:

Recommendati

practical

assignments (1-6)

12:00

 

requirements

 

Maker

     

ons

Lessons

             

13:15 -

Energy management 1

 

Technology 2: Systems

     

Technology 5: Measuring

     
 

14:00

4: Basics

10: Converter

Technik 3: Systeme

17: Fans

23: Measuring

32b: Presentation

practical

         

14:15 -

18: Cold

24: Standard

assignments (7-12)

15:00

5: Profitability

11: Pumps (1)

 

compressors

Test Protocol

 

30: Lab

15:15 -

6: Electricity

12: Pumps (2)

19: Air

25: System

   

33: Feedback

16:00

costs

 

compressors

16:15 -

 

Q & A

 

13: Practical

   

Q & A

 

26:Practical

   

Q & A

 

17:00

 

assignment 1

 

assignment 2

 

Impact Energy, 20160324

 
Impact Energy, 20160324   End

End

 

6 days (2x3) during 6 weeks

Unique selling proposition: Energy management & technology (systems!) 1/3 training in class - 1/3 practical work - 1/3 work at home

Rita Werle

13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin

13

Motor-Systems-Check

Motor-Systems-Check Tools SOTEA Software tool for efficient motor systems ILI+ Intelligent list STR Standard Test
Motor-Systems-Check Tools SOTEA Software tool for efficient motor systems ILI+ Intelligent list STR Standard Test

Tools

SOTEA Software tool for efficient motor systems

ILI+ Intelligent list

STR Standard Test Report

MST Motor Systems Tool

Download: www.topmotors.ch

German & French

German & French www.hslu.ch/w103 www.entrainements-electriques.ch 13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin Rita Werle 15
German & French www.hslu.ch/w103 www.entrainements-electriques.ch 13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin Rita Werle 15

www.hslu.ch/w103

German & French www.hslu.ch/w103 www.entrainements-electriques.ch 13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin Rita Werle 15

www.entrainements-electriques.ch

Lessons learned

Combination with university professors

challenging

(theoretical) & technical practicioners:

Branding: renowned host universities &

Topmotors & Swiss Federal Office of Energy Practical work in lab: demonstrators

7 participants at HSLU: secondary target

group Feedback:

good topic, structure, timing & duration

more practical work & examples!

start Motor-Systems-Check early

exchange among participants

access to pilot factories/machines:

no problem more attention to SME-approach

less energy management, more focused

13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin

Rita Werle

to SME-approach –   less energy management , more focused 13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin Rita
to SME-approach –   less energy management , more focused 13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin Rita

16

Way forward •   First French course in spring 2017 •   Planning of next
Way forward
•   First French course in spring 2017
•   Planning of next German course
•   Marketing!
•   Export to other countries? (Germany, Austria, France,
China, etc.)

Thanks for your attention!

Questions?

Contact

Thanks for your attention ! Questions ? Contact •   •   Rolf Tieben, rolf.tieben@impact-energy.ch •
Thanks for your attention ! Questions ? Contact •   •   Rolf Tieben, rolf.tieben@impact-energy.ch •

Rolf Tieben, rolf.tieben@impact-energy.ch www.topmotors.ch

Rita Werle, rita.werle@impact-energy.ch Conrad U. Brunner, cub@impact-energy.ch

www.motorsummit.ch

www.motorsystems.org

www.impact-energy.ch

www.hslu.ch/w103

•   www.impact-energy.ch www.hslu.ch/w103 13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin Rita Werle

13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin

Rita Werle

www.entrainements-electriques.ch

18

Swiss motor policy

Swiss motor policy Minimum Energy Performance Standards Information & education Financial incentives
Minimum Energy Performance Standards Information & education Financial incentives
Minimum
Energy
Performance
Standards
Information
& education
Financial
incentives
Information & education Financial incentives International exchange Market transformation 13 Sept 2016

International

exchange

Market transformation

education Financial incentives International exchange Market transformation 13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin Rita Werle 19
Decision Making Board Room (Manager: decision) Industrial Training plant Boiler Room (Engineer: Service
Decision Making
Board Room
(Manager: decision)
Industrial
Training
plant
Boiler Room
(Engineer:
Service
implementation)
Manufacturers
exchange

Survey

Survey Survey participants n=34 •   Analysis of existing programs •   Telephone interviews •  

Survey participants n=34

Analysis of existing programs • Telephone interviews

Questionnaire types:

educational  Telephone interviews •   Questionnaire types : institute planning engineer manufacturer industry

institute

planning•   Questionnaire types : educational institute engineer manufacturer industry association utility 9% 9%

engineer

manufacturertypes : educational institute planning engineer industry association utility 9% 9% 14% 50% 12% 3% 3%

industrytypes : educational institute planning engineer manufacturer association utility 9% 9% 14% 50% 12% 3% 3%

association

utilityplanning engineer manufacturer industry association 9% 9% 14% 50% 12% 3% 3% 1.   Educational institutes

9% 9% 14% 50% 12% 3% 3%
9%
9%
14%
50%
12%
3%
3%

1.

Educational institutes

2.Manufacturers 3.Associations 4.Utilities

canton5.   Cantons

5.

Cantons

6.

End users

end user4.   Utilities canton 5.   Cantons 6.   End users 13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin

Feasibility study

2013/14

Survey

Analysis of existing programs • Telephone interviews • Targeted:

1.

Educational institutes

2.Manufacturers

3.Associations 4.Utilities

5.

Cantons

6.

End users

4.   Utilities 5.   Cantons 6.   End users 16 potential training sites 13 Sept

16 potential training sites

5.   Cantons 6.   End users 16 potential training sites 13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin

Choice of sites

Choice of sites • Motivation to be a host • Central location, geographically well-positioned to reach

Motivation to be a host

Central location, geographically well-positioned to reach a large number of potential program

participants Easy transport access (availability by public transportation)

Available type and size of class rooms

Availability of a testing laboratory: size, measurement equipment, possibilities for testing motors,

pumps, fans, compressors, availability of lab trainers Availability of teachers for the different topics of the training program (including accompanying the

individual practical assignments of training participants), their professional and didactic qualification and experience Reputation of the educational institution in the field of energy efficiency

Experience of the institution with building up and executing continued education programs

Courses already offered or planned with similar content as IEO

Target group and profile of participants of continued education programs already offered or planned by

the institution Network for reaching potential participants (marketing)

Existing contacts to industrial producers (e.g. motor and machine manufacturers) and industrial users

Possibility for obtaining European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) points for a successful completion of

the training In kind contributions for class rooms, laboratory, teachers and marketing activities.

Company size

Company size Electricity consumption in industry and service sectors (GWh/a) 10 000 200 000 9 000

Electricity consumption in industry and service sectors (GWh/a)

10 000 200 000 9 000 8 686 Total 31'957 GWh/a Total 356'817 factories 180
10 000
200
000
9
000
8 686
Total 31'957 GWh/a
Total 356'817 factories
180
000
7 912
8
000
160
000
7 027
7
000
140
000
6
000
120
000
5
000
100
000
4
000
80
000
3 209
3 118
3
000
60
000
1 752
2
000
40
000
1
000
20
000
253
-
-
< 10 MWh
10 - 100 MWh
100-500 MWh
0.5 - 3 GWh
3 - 10 GWh
10 - 20 GWh
> 20 GWh
Elektricity consumption by class of size (GWh/a)
Number of factories per class of size

Classes of annual electricity consumption

Factory & personnel typology Factory Electric energy con- sumption Number Electric In-house staff for

Factory & personnel typology

Factory

Electric energy con- sumption

Number

Electric

In-house staff for energy efficiency projects

Prior education of technical staff

size

of

energy

factories

consump

 

in class

-tion of

 

factories

 

in class

Small

< 0.5 GWh/a

96.1%

38%

usually no

 

Medium

0.5 to 10 GWh/a

3.7%

34%

some, lacking competence & capacity

apprenticeship

Large

> 10 GWh/a

0.2%

28%

yes, lacking specific knowledge & experience

electrical / mechanical degree

Factories with more than 0.5 GWh/a electric energy consumption:

3.9% of total number

13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin

62% of total consumption

Rita Werle

25

Motor system

Motor system Quelle : 4E EMSA, 2014 13 Sept 2016 Rita Werle eceee, Berlin 26
Motor system Quelle : 4E EMSA, 2014 13 Sept 2016 Rita Werle eceee, Berlin 26

Quelle: 4E EMSA, 2014

Labor HEIG-VD: Pump demonstrator

Labor HEIG-VD: Pump demonstrator Idea: demonstrator for ventilators in Horw (HSLU) 13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin
Labor HEIG-VD: Pump demonstrator Idea: demonstrator for ventilators in Horw (HSLU) 13 Sept 2016 eceee, Berlin

Idea: demonstrator for ventilators in Horw (HSLU)