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Energy efficiency in the industrial sector: development of a roadmap

Energy efficiency in the industrial sector: development of a roadmap

State 

ongoing

Date 

1 August, 2017 to 1 March, 2018

Country 

Mexico

Region 

Latin America

Summary

The Energy Transition Law of Mexico has been in force since December 2015. This establishes a set of actions on energy efficiency (EE) that have to be implemented by the government. In particular, the Law indicates that Conuee (Comisión Nacional para el Uso Eficiente de la Energía) is responsible for the definition of country targets on EE and the development of a roadmap to reach these targets.

Conuee has already carried out an analysis of previous energy efficiency programmes in Mexico and has defined guidelines for the development of a roadmap. Nevertheless, Mexico lacks the necessary experience in defining concrete targets, incentives and regulations for energy efficiency, and in setting up monitoring and evaluation systems.

In order to contribute to the achievement of these targets, the EUEI PDF aims to support Conuee in developing a roadmap on energy efficiency in the industrial sector. The EUEI PDF will proceed in three phases to strengthen the framework conditions for increased energy efficiency in Mexico:

  • During phase 1, a roadmap for energy efficiency in the industrial sector will be developed, including a detailed sector analysis, appropriate targets and measures.
  • During phase 2, the EUEI PDF will support in defining relevant instruments for efficient promotion of energy efficiency as well as monitoring and evaluation tools.
  • During phase 3, technical capacity building support will be provided. Best practice guidelines for energy efficiency policies as well as modelling training for energy efficiency software will ensure effective implementation of the roadmap and the achievement of Mexico’s energy efficiency targets.

The roadmap on energy efficiency is a key element to achieve Mexico’s NDC targets, which aim to reduce emissions on 22% by 2030, with the industrial sector alone expected to achieve 5% of reduction. The project will contribute directly to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 9, on sustainable industrialisation, and 13, on climate change, as well as SDG 7 on energy by reducing energy consumption. It will indirectly support SDG 5 on gender equality as well as SDG 8 on economic growth by improving industry competitiveness, mainly of SMEs.

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Topics

  • Energy and Cities
  • Energy Efficiency