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<ul><li><p>Country Presentation </p><p> Sri Lanka </p><p>Workshop on Capacity Development for Mainstreaming Energy SDGs </p><p>Targets and Indicators into statistical Programmes in Asian Contries </p><p>Organized by </p><p>DSD / UNDESA in collaboration with UNSOD </p><p>17th - 19th November 2015 </p><p> Incheon , Republic of Korea </p><p>Mr Meril Gunathilake Mr H .A Vimal Nadeera Mr Asanji Susan Pathirana Ms Iresha Shyamali Mr Satharasingha Arachige </p></li><li><p>OUTLINE </p><p> Country at a Glance </p><p> Policy Framework </p><p> Institutional Framework </p><p> Development of Renewable Energy </p><p> Energy Management Programme </p><p>2 </p><p>Targets and Indicators into statistical </p><p>Programmes in SriLanka </p></li><li><p>PHYSICAL FEATURES AND CLIMATE </p><p> Area Total area : 65,610 sq.km. </p><p> Land area : 62,705 sq.km. </p><p> Inland waters : 2,905 sq.km. </p><p> Climate Low country : min. 24.3C - max. 32.0C </p><p> Hill country : min. 18.3 C - max. 27.0C </p><p> Annual Rainfall (average) mm : 2013 : 1,687 </p><p> 2014 : 2,136 </p><p> 3 </p><p>Targets and Indicators into statistical </p><p>Programmes in SriLanka </p></li><li><p>POPULATION AND VITAL STATISTICS </p><p> Mid-year population (000) in 2014 : 20,675 </p><p> Population density (2014) : 330 persons per sq.km. </p><p> Human Development Index (2013) : 0.750 </p><p> Rank among 187 countries : 73 </p><p> Employment (2014) </p><p> Employed persons (000) : 8,424 </p><p> Agriculture : 28.5% </p><p> Industry : 26.5% </p><p> Services : 45.0% 4 </p><p>Targets and Indicators into statistical </p><p>Programmes in SriLanka </p></li><li><p>KEY ECONOMIC INDICATORS </p><p> Growth of mid-year population (%) 0.9 </p><p> Un employment rate (% of labour force)- 4.3 </p><p> Per Capita GDP 3625 US$ </p><p> Exchange Rate </p><p> Annual average (Rs/US$)- 130.56 </p><p> Year End 131.05 </p><p>5 Targets and Indicators into statistical </p><p>Programmes in SriLanka </p></li><li><p> Government employees (000) : 1,330 </p><p> State sector : 51.3% </p><p> Provincial public sector : 29.0% </p><p> Semi government sector : 19.7% </p><p> Expectation of Life at Birth (2013) : 74.3 </p><p> Literacy Rate (2013) </p><p> Average : 92.5% </p><p> Male : 93.5% </p><p> Female : 91.6% </p><p>6 Targets and Indicators into statistical </p><p>Programmes in SriLanka </p></li><li><p> Energy Sector Primary Energy Supply by Sources: </p><p>- Petroleum &amp; Coal : 49.8% </p><p>- Biomass : 43.3% </p><p>- Large hydro : 4.3% </p><p>- NREs (Small hydro, wind, solar): 2.6% </p><p> Energy Consumption by Sectors: - Industry : 25.4 % </p><p>- Transport : 28.8 % </p><p>- Domestic &amp; Commercial : 45.8 % </p><p> Electricity Sector: - Total Installed Capacity : 3900 MW </p><p>- Peak Load : 2200 MW </p><p>- HH electrification : 99% (Grid Access - 96% + Off-grid - 3%) </p><p>COUNTRY AT A GLANCE </p><p>Generation by Source </p><p>- Hydro : 30% </p><p>- Thermal : 60% </p><p>- NRE : 10% </p><p>NRE Capacities </p><p>- Small hydro : 310 MW </p><p>- Wind : 125 MW </p><p>- Solar : 15 MW </p><p>- Biomass : 20 MW </p></li><li><p>Sustainable Development </p><p>Development that meets the needs of the </p><p>present without compromising the ability </p><p>of future generations to meet their own </p><p>needs </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ENERGY SCENARIO </p><p>Major Hydro </p><p>Coal New RE </p><p>Oil </p><p>Major Hydro </p><p>Coal New RE </p><p>Oil </p><p>Biomass </p><p>Primary Energy </p><p>Supply by Source </p><p>Source: SLEB-2013, SLSEA </p><p>Gross Electricity </p><p>Generation of </p><p>Grid Connected </p><p>Power Plants </p><p> Role of RE in Energy Sector </p></li><li><p>NATIONAL ENERGY SCENARIO </p><p>Source: SLEB-2013, SLSEA </p><p> Role of RE in Energy Sector </p><p>Large Hydro 50.1% </p><p>Oil 28.0% </p><p>Coal 12.2% </p><p>New RE 9.8% </p><p>Industrial Sector Household, Commercial &amp; others Sector </p><p>Electricity Sector Transport Sector </p><p>Biomass 77.2% </p><p>Petroleum 8.1% </p><p>Electricity 14.7% </p><p>Biomass 72.7% </p><p>Petroleum 11.0% </p><p>Coal 2.6% </p><p>Electricity 13.6% </p><p>Gasoline 28.1% </p><p>Diesel 59.4% </p><p>Av. Fuel 12.5% </p></li><li><p> National Development Policies and Strategies </p><p> Election Manifesto of New H.E. the President Section </p><p>10: An Energy Secure Sri Lanka </p><p> Haritha Lanka Programme: Action plan of the National </p><p>Council for Sustainable Development </p><p> Provincial Sustainable Energy Policies / Plans (in </p><p>progress) </p><p> Energy Sector Policies and Strategies </p><p> Sri Lanka Energy Sector Development Plan for a </p><p>Knowledge-based Economy 2015-2025 </p><p> National Energy Policy and Strategies </p><p> National targets (20% grid electricity by NRE &amp; 2000 </p><p>GWh of electricity saving by 2020) </p><p> Sustainable Energy Policy / 100% RE Policy (draft). </p><p>POLICY FRAMEWORK </p></li><li><p> Key Agencies </p><p> Sri Lanka Sustainable Energy Authority (SLSEA) </p><p>Duel role as regulator and facilitator. </p><p> Ministry of Power &amp; Energy Energy policy &amp; planning </p><p>- Ceylon Electricity Board (Generation, transmission &amp; distribution) </p><p>- Lanka Electric Company (Distribution) </p><p>- Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (Fuel quality) </p><p> Public Utilities Commission of SL Sector governance </p><p> Other Stakeholder Institutions </p><p> Ministry of Finance &amp; Planning Fiscal policies </p><p> Ministry of Environment Environment policies; CC </p><p>- Central Environmental Authority (Environment / waste regulations) </p><p> Universities and R&amp;D Institutions RD&amp;D, Training </p><p> GOs; ESCOs, NGOs, CBOs, Technology suppliers, ... </p><p>INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK </p></li><li><p> Resource Planning </p><p> Strategic Approach </p><p>DEVELOPMENT OF RENEWABLE ENERGY </p><p>RESOURCE MAPS </p><p>RESOURCE INVENTORY </p><p>TECHNOLOGY ROADMAP </p><p>Technical </p><p>Potential </p><p>Socio- </p><p>Environmental </p><p>Potential </p><p>Policy </p><p>Targets </p></li><li><p> RE Resource Maps </p><p>Solar Wind Hydro </p><p>(kWh/m2/yr) </p><p>RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES </p><p>Biomass </p><p>Biomass Potential Areas </p><p>Hydro Potential Areas </p><p>River Network </p></li><li><p> RE Resource Inventory No District Biomass Solar Wind Hydro Total 1 Ampara 30 0 0 0 30 2 Anuradhapura 15 30 0 2 47 </p><p>3 Badulla 15 0 60 61 136 </p><p>4 Batticaloa 15 0 0 0 15 </p><p>5 Colombo 40 0 0 0 40 </p><p>6 Galle 15 0 0 12 27 </p><p>7 Gampha 5 0 0 0 5 </p><p>8 Hambantota 15 100 60 1 176 </p><p>9 Jaffna 0 0 100 0 100 </p><p>10 Kalutara 30 0 0 3 33 </p><p>11 Kandy 15 0 30 80 125 </p><p>12 Kegalle 0 0 0 94 94 </p><p>13 Kilinochchi 15 30 60 0 105 </p><p>14 Kurunegala 30 30 0 0 60 </p><p>15 Mannar 0 0 260 0 260 </p><p>16 Matale 0 0 30 38 68 </p><p>17 Matara 15 0 0 13 28 </p><p>18 Monaragala 30 15 0 6 51 </p><p>19 Mullaittivu 15 0 30 0 45 </p><p>20 Nuwara Eliya 0 0 60 133 193 </p><p>21 Polonnaruwa 15 30 0 8 53 </p><p>22 Puttalam 15 0 260 0 275 </p><p>23 Ratnapura 0 0 30 151 181 </p><p>24 Trincomalee 15 0 30 0 45 </p><p>25 Vavuniya 15 15 0 0 30 </p><p> Total 360 250 1010 602 2222 </p><p>RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES </p></li><li><p> Legal Framework for Grid Electricity </p><p> Regulation for resource allocation and project </p><p>development (for on-grid renewable energy projects) </p><p> Technology specific, cost reflective FiT (20 yr SPPA) </p><p> Net-metering (Up to contract demand; &lt; 1MW). </p><p> The Historical Progress </p><p>DEVELOPMENT OF RENEWABLE ENERGY </p><p>Wind </p><p>Small Hydro </p><p>Biomass </p><p>Solar SPPA </p><p>160 Plants </p><p>410 MW </p><p>Net-Metering </p><p> 3000+ PV </p><p>plants </p><p>15 MW </p></li><li><p>SUCCESS STORIES </p><p>17 </p><p> Solar Net Metering: - 3000+ Systems </p><p>- 15 MW </p><p>- 100+ Companies </p><p> EV + Hybrid Cars - 50,000+ Systems </p><p>0</p><p>10000</p><p>20000</p><p>30000</p><p>40000</p><p>50000</p><p>60000</p><p>2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014</p><p>Nu</p><p>mb</p><p>er o</p><p>f F</p><p>irst</p><p> Reg</p><p>istr</p><p>ati</p><p>on</p><p>s (C</p><p>ars</p><p>)</p><p>Year</p><p>Diesel</p><p>Petrol</p><p>Hybrid /Electric</p></li><li><p> Thermal Energy Applications </p><p> No specific regulation for resource allocation / </p><p>project development </p><p> Implemented mainly - by industries / commercial establishments themselves; and </p><p>- as rural development programs facilitated through government </p><p>funding. </p><p> Main Programmes </p><p> Basic energy needs / rural energy services - National biogas programme </p><p>- Biomass dryers for processing of agricultural / food products </p><p>- Solar water pumping </p><p>- Improved cookstoves. </p><p> Promoting sustainable biomass energy production &amp; </p><p>modern bio-energy technologies UNDP/GEF/FAO </p><p>DEVELOPMENT OF RENEWABLE ENERGY </p></li><li><p> Implementation Plan - SLSEA </p><p>ENERGY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME </p><p>Regulations Energy Services Awareness Financing </p><p>Acc</p><p>red</p><p>itatio</p><p>n o</p><p>f E</p><p>nerg</p><p>y M</p><p>an</p><p>ag</p><p>er / E</p><p>nerg</p><p>y A</p><p>ud</p><p>itor </p><p>Energy Efficient Building </p><p>Code </p><p>Secto</p><p>r sp</p><p>ecific</p><p> en</p><p>erg</p><p>y e</p><p>fficie</p><p>nc</p><p>y </p><p>pro</p><p>gra</p><p>mm</p><p>es</p><p> (Ho</p><p>tel, T</p><p>ea, W</p><p>ate</p><p>r P</p><p>um</p><p>pin</p><p>g, G</p><p>ov. S</p><p>ecto</p><p>r Bu</p><p>ildin</p><p>gs, </p><p>) </p><p>Energy Labeling </p><p>of Appliances </p><p>Pro</p><p>ject fo</p><p>rmu</p><p>latio</p><p>n a</p><p>nd</p><p> im</p><p>ple</p><p>men</p><p>tatio</p><p>n th</p><p>rou</p><p>gh</p><p> ES</p><p>CO</p><p>s </p><p>Pro</p><p>vid</p><p>e s</p><p>op</p><p>his</p><p>ticate</p><p>d in</p><p>stru</p><p>men</p><p>ts </p><p>for e</p><p>nerg</p><p>y a</p><p>ud</p><p>iting</p><p>Su</p><p>sta</p><p>inab</p><p>le G</p><p>uara</p><p>nte</p><p>e F</p><p>acility</p><p>Co</p><p>nd</p><p>uct T</p><p>rain</p><p>ing</p><p> an</p><p>d A</p><p>wa</p><p>ren</p><p>ess</p><p> Pro</p><p>gra</p><p>mm</p><p>es</p><p>Introduction of </p><p>Energy subject to </p><p>School curricula </p><p>Imp</p><p>lem</p><p>en</p><p>ting</p><p> Natio</p><p>nal E</p><p>nerg</p><p>y </p><p>Aw</p><p>ard</p><p> Industry </p><p>Commercial </p><p>General </p><p>Public </p><p>Man</p><p>dato</p><p>ry E</p><p>nerg</p><p>y A</p><p>ud</p><p>iting</p><p> / C</p><p>on</p><p>su</p><p>mp</p><p>tion</p><p> Data</p><p> Rep</p><p>ortin</p><p>g </p><p>Fuel economy </p><p>standards Transport </p><p>ISO</p><p>50001 </p><p>En</p><p>erg</p><p>y M</p><p>an</p><p>ag</p><p>em</p><p>en</p><p>t Syste</p><p>m </p><p>19 </p></li><li><p>Thank You </p></li><li><p> National Targets (by 2020) </p><p>ENERGY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME </p><p>21 </p><p>Technology / Process </p><p>Annual </p><p>Saving </p><p>(GWh) </p><p>Technology / Process </p><p>Annual </p><p>Saving </p><p>(GWh) </p><p>Energy Labeling Program Efficient motors 185 </p><p> Ceiling Fans 35 Building Management </p><p>System 20 </p><p>Tubular Fluorescent </p><p>Lamps 65 </p><p>Eliminating Incandescent </p><p>Lamps 205 </p><p> Magnetic Ballasts 80 Solar water heaters 5 </p><p> Refrigerators 16 Telecommunication 10 </p><p>Efficient lighting 173 Efficient air compressors 11 </p><p>Air Conditioning 250 Efficient office equipment 16 </p><p>ISO 50001 375 Green Buildings 550 </p><p>Total 1,990 GWh </p></li><li><p> Code of Practice for Energy Efficiency Buildings Established to improve energy performance of buildings </p><p> Implemented in 2008 for commercial buildings </p><p> Now under revision for further improvements (Regulation) </p><p> Energy Efficiency Building Guideline for residential </p><p>buildings is under development. </p><p>ENERGY MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS </p></li><li><p> Accreditation of Energy Manager / Energy Auditor To improving energy efficiency performances in industrial </p><p>&amp; commercial organizations. </p><p> Target Group </p><p>- Annual Electricity Consumption &gt; 600,000 kWh or </p><p> - Annual Thermal Energy Consumption &gt; 4500 TOE </p><p>ENERGY MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS </p><p>1525 Consumers </p><p>(20% of the population)</p><p>80% of the </p><p>Consumption 3740 GWh</p></li><li><p> Energy Labeling of Appliances CFL </p><p>- Mandatory programme in full implementation </p><p>- More than 80% penetration in households </p><p>- Savings: 280 GWh/yr (~300 MW peak load) </p><p>ENERGY MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS </p><p>0</p><p>5,000</p><p>10,000</p><p>15,000</p><p>20,000</p><p>25,000</p><p>30,000</p><p>35,000</p><p>200</p><p>1</p><p>200</p><p>2</p><p>200</p><p>3</p><p>200</p><p>4</p><p>200</p><p>5</p><p>200</p><p>6</p><p>200</p><p>7</p><p>200</p><p>8</p><p>200</p><p>9</p><p>201</p><p>0</p><p>201</p><p>1</p><p>201</p><p>2</p><p>201</p><p>3</p><p>CFL and IL Imports </p><p>CFLs IFLs</p><p>Nu</p><p>mb</p><p>er </p><p>of </p><p>lam</p><p>ps (</p><p>in '000) </p><p>Year </p></li><li><p> Energy Labeling of Appliances Ceiling fans </p><p>- Energy performance ratings have been finalized </p><p>- About to implement </p><p> Electric motors </p><p>- Three energy efficiency classes proposed </p><p>- Need a testing laboratory </p><p> Other Appliances in consideration </p><p>- Linear florescent lamps and Magnetic ballast </p><p>- Refrigerators and Air-conditioners </p><p>- LED lamps </p><p>- Computers. </p><p>ENERGY MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS </p></li><li><p> Energy Consumption Benchmarks Sector specific energy performances </p><p>- Hotels, Tea, Hospitals, Water pumping/distribution, Government </p><p>sector buildings, etc. </p><p>ENERGY MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS </p><p>0</p><p>200</p><p>400</p><p>600</p><p>800</p><p>1,000</p><p>1,200</p><p>1,400</p><p>0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 1,600 1,800</p><p>MWh/Year </p><p>Annual Production (ton/year) </p><p>Annual Electricity Consumption of Tea Factories </p><p>High</p><p>Middle</p><p>Low</p><p>Benchmark: </p><p>0.63 kWh/kg </p></li><li><p> Transport Sector National programme on energy efficient and </p><p>environmentally sound transport (E3ST) system </p><p>- Driving cycles are being developed for establishing fuel economy </p><p>standards. </p><p>ENERGY MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS </p><p>0</p><p>10</p><p>20</p><p>30</p><p>40</p><p>50</p><p>60</p><p>0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200</p><p>Sp</p><p>ee</p><p>d (</p><p>km</p><p>/h)</p><p>Time (s)</p><p>Colombo driving cycle: </p><p> Average speed : 20.3 km/h </p><p> Idling time : 20.5% </p><p> Cruising time : 12.8% </p><p>0</p><p>20</p><p>40</p><p>60</p><p>80</p><p>100</p><p>0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200</p><p>Sp</p><p>ee</p><p>d (</p><p>km</p><p>/h)</p><p>Time (s)</p><p>Southern highway driving cycle: </p><p> Average speed : 79.4 km/h </p><p> Idling time : 0% </p><p> Cruising time : 50.1% </p></li><li><p> Awareness &amp; education programmes </p><p> For all the sectors of the community. </p><p>KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT </p><p>In establishing a KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY </p><p>and ENERGY CONSCIOUS NATION </p></li></ul>