THE CLEAN ENERGY MINISTERIAL

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THE CLEAN ENERGY MINISTERIAL

Accelerating the Global Transition to Clean Energy



Rick Duke

Deputy Assistant Secretary for Climate Policy


U.S. Department of Energy


SE for All Meeting of
Sherpas

and Technical Group

19 November 2011


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OVERVIEW

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>90
% of Global
Clean Energy Investment >
80% of Global GHG Emissions

Australia

Denmark

Italy

South Africa

European Commission

France

Korea

Spain

Brazil

Germany

Mexico

United Arab Emirates

China

Indonesia

Russia

United States

Canada

India

Norway

United Kingdom

Japan

Sweden

Finland

Hungary

Ministers and other high
-
level representatives from 24 governments convened for the Clean
Energy Ministerial in Washington in July 2010 and in Abu Dhabi in April 2011 to collaborate
on policies and programs that accelerate the global transition to clean energy
technologies

CORE PRINCIPLES


“Deliverables” are concrete and
transformative clean energy
initiatives led by like
-
minded and
willing governments




No expectation that each
government participates in all
initiatives




No communiqué or other negotiated
text




Distributed leadership model



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GOALS


Make substantive progress on the 11
CEM initiatives, which have the potential
to:


Avoid the need to build more than 500
mid
-
sized power plants in the next 20
years


Bring improved energy services to
more than 10 million people without
access to electricity by 2015


Promote rapid deployment of
renewable energy, carbon capture
and storage, and electric vehicles


Help encourage women to pursue
careers in clean energy




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MEETINGS

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Upcoming Ministerials


CEM3



April 2012, London, UK

CEM4


2013, Delhi, India

CEM5


2014, Seoul, Korea

Meetings are opportunities to assess progress,
engage the private sector and the public, and
guide work under the initiatives

INITIATIVES LAUNCHED IN JULY 2010

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I.
Energy Efficiency


Appliances


Smart Grid


Buildings and Industry


Electric Vehicles


II.
Clean Energy Supply


Solar and Wind


Carbon Capture, Use &
Storage


Hydropower


Bioenergy


III.
Cross
-
Cutting


Clean Energy Solutions
Center


Off
-
Grid Lighting


Women in Clean Energy

LARGE POTENTIAL MARKET FOR MODERN OFF
-
GRID
LIGHTING


1.4 billion people lack access to
grid electricity


96% in Africa and Asia


Many cannot afford higher
-
cost
alternatives to grid electricity


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PRE
-
DECISIONAL DRAFT

1442

796

587

31

22

3

0
400
800
1200
1600
Unelectrified Population (in millions)

Region

Unelectrified Population by Region (2009)

OFF
-
GRID LIGHTING
: SOLAR AND LED ENERGY ACCESS
PROGRAM (SLED)


Goal to transform the global market for off
-
grid lighting by replacing dirty kerosene
lanterns with solar
-
powered LEDs



Implemented by IFC in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Energy



Since CEM joined forces with existing World Bank Group Lighting Africa initiative:


Regional coverage expanded from 6 countries in Africa to include Asia


Cumulative sales target increased from 2.5 million to 10 million

Photo by Evan Mills

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From…

To…

Photo by Evan Mills

Photo by Peter
Alstone

And Even…

Many emerging LED lamps

include mobile phone charging

PRE
-
DECISIONAL DRAFT

$100.00
$1,000.00
$10,000.00
10
100
1000
Refrigerator LCC in Real Dollars (2009$)

U.S.
Cumulative Refrigerator Shipments (millions)

Pre
-
Standards

1947
-
1978

Historical

Standards

1978
-
2010

The shaded area
represents savings: ~$20
billion per year in 2010 &
$300 billion cumulative
since 1978.

Source: Data from US Bureau of Labor Statistics, US DOE, AHAM
Factbooks

and Rosenfeld (1999)

MINIMUM PERFORMANCE STANDARDS CAN LEAD TO A
SIGNIFICANT DECLINE IN LIFECYCLE COSTS

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10,000
11,000
12,000
13,000
14,000
Base Case
Rules
Effective
1/10-4/11
Rules Issued
1/10-4/11
Rules in
development
Best
Practices
With EE
2030 Electricity Consumption in

SEAD Countries (TWh)

ONLY A FRACTION OF THE POTENTIAL FROM MINIMUM
PERFORMANCE STANDARDS IS CAPTURED CURRENTLY

Cooperation among SEAD partners’ national standard
-
setting bodies could save by 2030:


1,800 terawatt hours per year of electricity
= as much as would be produced by 600
five
-
hundred megawatt power plants


US$150 billion per year of net energy
-
related expenditures


Leads to significant
energy savings for households (e.g., Existing standards in the U.S. save an average of $285
per household per year )

APPLIANCES
: SUPER
-
EFFICIENT EQUIPMENT AND
APPLIANCE DEPLOYMENT INITIATIVE (SEAD)

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SEAD aims to coordinate policy for efficient
appliances and equipment


Regular and ongoing contact between
partner governments’ standard
-
setting
experts

enables greater coverage of product
categories at lower public cost


Harmonizing test procedures reduces trade
barriers for efficient products and
facilitates
comparisons of efficiency programs


For globally
-
traded products, coordination of
measures such as incentives, procurement,
and awards
magnifies market
transformation benefits

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Energy
-
Sector GHG
A
batement
C
ost
C
urve

for CEM Countries in 2030


APPLIANCE AND EQUIPMENT EFFICIENCY PRESENTS A
LARGE OPPORTUNITY

CLEAN ENERGY SOLUTIONS CENTER

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Track and share
policies,
public investment trends,
and outcomes


Identify best practices
for
clean energy policy and
program development


Engage stakeholders
in
dialogue about policy and
public investment
opportunities


Provide virtual training
,
including videos and
webinars


Build a user network

of
policy makers and
technical experts





www.cleanenergyministerial.org

www.superefficient.org


www.cleanenergysolutions.org










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