Energy efficiency monitoring system in Mexico - Second phase
Enerdata organized a 3 days training on the energy demand model Medpro at CONUEE (Energy Efficiency Agency) in Mexico with the support of AFD (Agence Française du Développement) and ADEME. Around 15 experts attended to the training including energy demand experts from CONUEE, SENER (Energy Ministry) and CENACE (National Energy Control Center). The aim of the training was to assist CONUEE to take over the responsibility of the energy demand projections after the training.
The second phase of this project launched in January 2018 aims to continue and strengthen the work already implemented for Mexico in the first phase of the project.
Launch of the project
November 07, 2017
ADEME with the financial support of AFD has selected Enerdata to assist the Mexican Energy Efficiency Agency (CONUEE) in the evaluation of energy efficiency in Mexico, both over the last 20 years and over the long-term (2030, 2050).
The evaluation of historical trends relied on a large set of detailed energy efficiency indicators, including energy efficiency indices and energy savings by sector, that have been prepared during the project. All the data and indicators have been disseminated on CONUEE’s web site through a user-friendly database, developed by Enerdata. A tool has also been implemented by Enerdata to visualize the link between selected energy efficiency measures and energy efficiency indicators, so as to evaluate the impact of these measures.
The long term prospective analysis relied on Enerdata’s Medpro model for energy demand forecasting. Two scenarios have been developed: a baseline scenario and an energy efficiency scenario including new energy efficiency measures. The comparison of the two scenarios enable to assess the energy saving potential by sector and end-use.
These two components of the project will be used by CONUEE to prepare its annual contribution to the monitoring of the Mexican Energy Transition Law.