Project Title

Heating Applications of Bio-Pellet made from Ecological-Hazard Plant in Small and Medium Enterprises to Enhance Utilization of Renewable Energy in the APEC Region 

Project Year

2016   

Project Number

EWG 18 2016A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

EWG 18 2016A 

Project Title

Heating Applications of Bio-Pellet made from Ecological-Hazard Plant in Small and Medium Enterprises to Enhance Utilization of Renewable Energy in the APEC Region 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Energy Efficiency 

Project Year

2016 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

50,000 

Co-funding Amount

45,000 

Total Project Value

95,000 

Sponsoring Forum

Energy Working Group (EWG) 

Topics

Energy 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Chinese Taipei 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Philippines; Thailand; United States 

Expected Start Date

01/12/2016 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2017 

Project Proponent Name 1

Su Jin-Sheng 

Job Title 1

Division Director 

Organization 1

Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs 

Postal Address 1

13F, No. 2 Fusing N. Rd., Jhongshan District, Taipei City 104, Chinese Taipei 

Telephone 1

886-2 27757770 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

jssu@moeaboe.gov.tw; srwu@itri.org.tw 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Su Jin-Sheng 

Project Summary

Most enterprises especially in the APEC's developing economies are small-and-medium enterprises, relying on firing fossil fuel in boilers to obtain heating required for the manufacturing process. It is difficult for these enterprises to use modern green energy, especially the wind power and solar PV, due to the limited space available. White leadtree, one of the 100 worst invasive species, is a very common species in APEC economies and is detrimental to ecology. To get rid of the white leadtree and to encourage the small-and-medium enterprises to utilize renewable energy, therefore, the objectives of this project are to assess and demonstrate the utilization of bio-pellet, made from white leadtree, in existing boilers for green energy applications. The economic feasibility study of utilizing white-leadtree pellet instead of fossil fuel for boiler application, introduced to provide the economic benefits to the small-and-medium enterprises is also evaluated. This project will include a report and a workshop to deliver the outcome so APEC’s policy makers and the developing economies can benefit from this project by promoting green energy utilization in the APEC region.

Relevance

In 2015, the APEC Leaders’ Declaration reaffirmed to reduce aggregate energy intensity by 45 percent by 2035 and double renewable energy in the regional energy mix by 2030.To attain this goal, Energy Ministers at APEC Energy Ministerial Meeting in 2015 strongly encouraged the acceleration of renewable energy development and instructed the Energy Working Group (EWG) to explore the role of renewable energy policies and activities for energy markets. Furthermore, and consistent with the APEC 2015 priority to design Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME)-focused policies, the 2015 APEC Energy Ministerial Meeting Cebu Declaration recognized the reliable access to energy will be integral to the success of the MSMEs to grow and expand, compete, innovate and ultimately create jobs. 

Currently in APEC’s developing economies, most small-and-medium enterprises are located in the proximity of the city and are difficult to use modern green energy like wind power and solar PV. These enterprises rely on firing fossil fuel with packaged boilers to obtain heating required for the manufacturing process. Only introducing biofuel which can be utilized in existing boilers can reduce facility investment and encourage the small-and-medium enterprises to utilize renewable energy in the APEC developing economies. Thus, in order to achieve this goal, assessment and demonstration of the wood pellets fired in packaged boilers are conducted and can assist these enterprises in developing economies in access to renewable energy. 

This project directly supports the APEC Leaders’ Sustainable Growth Strategy, as it will help to promote renewable energy, energy efficiency, energy security, and energy resilience including the development of low carbon technology and alternative energy sources. Therefore, this project falls under “Rank 2”. This project also addresses the Rank1 criteria: Building sustainable and resilient communities, as it will help to promote green energy utilization in the APEC region.

Objectives

The objectives of this project are listed as follows:

1) Assess and demonstrate the utilization of white-leadtree pellet fired in existing packaged boilers of small-and-medium enterprises for green energy applications;

2) Conduct an economic feasibility study of utilizing white-leadtree pellets instead of fossil fuel for boiler application, to provide information of economic benefits to the small-and-medium enterprises; and

3) Host a workshop on discussion of applications of wood pellets in many aspects including the technological and economic assessment, market penetration, and trade opportunities.

Alignment

This project aligns with APEC’s goal: (1) to double the use of renewable energy sources by 2030, (2) to meet the APEC green growth goal in support of smart-energy and low-carbon communities, and (3) to incorporate low-emissions development strategies into APEC’s economic growth plans towards progressing cleaner energy sources for sustainable development. 

This project aims to promote green energy utilization in the APEC region, it aligns with EWG’s goal of 2015 Proposed Work Plan to accelerate efforts on renewable energy to help meet the new aspirational goal to double the share of renewable energy in APEC’s energy mix by 2030 over a 2010 baseline. This project is also in line with EWG Strategic Plan during 2014-2018 as it contributes to EWG’s pillars of strengthening energy security, promoting energy efficiency as well as developing cleaner energy sources. This project will contribute to all APEC member economies through report and workshop for green energy applications.

TILF/ASF Justification

Currently in APEC’s developing economies, most small-and-medium enterprises, relying on firing fossil fuel with packaged boilers to obtain heating required for the manufacturing process, are located in the proximity of the city and are difficult to utilize modern green energy like wind power and solar PV. They require help on accessing and utilizing the renewable energy. On the other hand, white leadtree is a highly invasive in the arid parts of the APEC developing economies and is considered one of the 100 worst invasive species by the Invasive Species Specialist Group of the IUCN Species Survival Commission. Getting rid of the white leadtree to make bio-pellet for boiler application not only benefits ecology but also resolves the difficult situation of utilizing renewable energy in small-and-medium enterprises in APEC developing economies. 

Therefore, this project will assess and demonstrate the utilization of white-leadtree pellet fired in existing packaged boilers to encourage the small-and-medium enterprises to utilize green energy and provide information of economic evaluation of utilizing white-leadtree pellets instead of fossil fuel for boiler application to benefit the small-and-medium enterprises in APEC’s developing economies. 

All the findings and outcomes of this project will be shared with all the APEC members, to enable them to learn both of the technological and economic experiences. The capacity building that will result from the workshop will enable developing APEC member economies to take full advantage and reap experiences in the promoting of green energy utilization in their own economies.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: This project will enhance the utilization of renewable energy and benefit the small-and-medium enterprises especially in APEC’s developing economies. The outputs of this project will include:

1)  Workshop: A workshop will be conducted for the best practice and experience exchange of utilization of bio-pellet in existing boilers of small-and-medium enterprises for heating applications, focusing on the preliminary findings in light of the desired outcomes. It offers an opportunity to assess the validity of the preliminary findings, and provide the check, peer reviews and consultations, and also receive feedback for further revised actions. The workshop will be held in conjunction with an EGNRET meeting (e.g., EGNRET 49) in late 2017, and the PO will ensure that most representatives from APEC economies can participate the workshop. 

2)  Project Report:The final Project Report will be produced highlighting the recommendations to develop the best practical utilization of bio-pellet, made from white leadtree, in existing boilers of small-and-medium enterprises for heating applications. This Project Report will include (i) the review of recent advances in bio-pellets technologies, (ii) economic evaluation of white-leadtree pellet for boiler fuel, (iii) demonstration of utilization of white-leadtree pellet fired in existing boilers, and (iv) the workshop results. This Project Report will be uploaded to the EGNRET’s website, to benefit the small-and-medium enterprises directly in the APEC region, especially in APEC’s developing economies.

3)  Demonstration site: A demonstration site (test base) will be established in a small-and-medium enterprise in one of APEC economies to conduct project experiments and show the best practical utilization of bio-pellet, made from white leadtree, in existing boilers for heating applications. The chosen test site will be justified by a written justification for why the economy is selected.

Outcomes: Before the medium-term, the outcomes are expected to achieve including: 

1) World energy consumption as well as that in APEC economies depend heavily on fossil fuel. It is well known that emissions from fossil fuel deteriorate our environment and generate greenhouse effect. Most enterprises especially in the APEC's developing economies are small-and-medium enterprises, relying heavily on firing fossil fuel in boilers to obtain heating required for the manufacturing process. The outcomes of this project will offer the possibility of firing bio-pellet instead of fossil fuel in boilers, for a sustainable energy source with a neutral effect on greenhouse gas emissions. The effort to use renewable biofuel produced from bio-pellet with the market acceptance in APEC economies will lead to the neutral effect on greenhouse gas emission.

2)  White leadtree, one of the 100 worst invasive species by the Invasive Species Specialist Group of the IUCN Species Survival Commission, is a very common species in APEC economies and is detrimental to ecology. If  bio-pellet can be made from the white-leadtree wood, one of the outcomes of this project not only encourage the small-and-medium enterprises to utilize bio-pellet from white-leadtree wood but also benefit the ecology in the APEC economies by getting rid of this invasive species and followed by cultivating native species for the sustainability of feedstocks for the bio-pellet. The success of this project will provide the APEC decision makers more inspirations to guide their economies to revise and improve the policy for developing the green energy from other invasive species.

3)  A demonstration site (test base) to fire bio-pellet, made from white-leadtree wood, in existing boiler of a small-and-medium enterprise in Chinese Taipei, will be established by this project. The preliminary results based on data and technology information collected from this project would also lead the private sector to develop appropriate renewable energy technologies, products and business models for the green energy applications from bio-pellet. 

Beneficiaries: This project will help APEC’s developing economies to build up the green boiler technology with access to the renewable energy, and to meet the APEC’s green energy growth goals. A successful demonstration of bio-pellet fired in existing packaged boiler can assist the APEC stakeholders in making new renewable energy policy. In addition, this Project will highly encourage the private sector, especially the small-and-medium enterprises, to use renewable energy from bio pellet instead of fossil fuel for their heating process. Therefore, the project outcome will benefit the small-and-medium enterprises in APEC’s developing and developed economies, to increase the use of renewable energy. 

Except delegates from the APEC fora and government ministries of energy and agriculture, the participants from biomass energy industry companies, renewable energy consulting firms, research institutes, universities on developing renewable energy, boilers’ associations and cooperatives in the APEC region will be invited to attend the Workshop. Other beneficiaries include industrial players in boiler market, research institutions, and more.

Dissemination

The target audiences of this project will come from private sectors (small-and-medium enterprises, renewable energy product and service providers, etc.), industry groups, community groups, boiler associations, research institutions, universities and government entities in the APEC region. In addition, non-APEC economies, such as India and Africa of small-and-medium enterprises will also be the target audiences. They may have high interests in using renewable energy instead of fossil fuel for their heating process. 

The executive summary report, focusing on key findings and recommendations of the heating application of bio-pellet utilized in existed boilers, including the technological and economic assessment, market penetration, and trade opportunities, is planned for dissemination publicly in the end of 2017. The Project Report also includes the economic feasibility study of utilizing white-leadtree pellet instead of fossil fuel for boiler application.  The Project Report from this project will be produced 50 hard copies and 50 CD-ROMs, distributed for free to representatives and stakeholders from each APEC members, and the final version of the project report will be uploaded to the EGNRET’s website and the APEC Project Database (PDB) website for easy access. The workshop presentation files will also be uploaded to the EGNRET’s workshop website for sharing with APEC economies who cannot attend the workshop. Notification will be delivered through EGNRET’s mailing list including EWG and EGNRET members, and Economies’ energy agencies. 

Since the workshop presentations and report will be uploaded to APEC database and EGNRET’s website, it is expected that the target audience of the project will be wider, especially for those who are not able to attend the workshop.

Gender

Women are actively involved in the work of this project.  Women will play an important role in the planning and implementation of this project.  Women are encouraged through the EWG, EGNRET and participating member economies to actively participate in the workshop and project.  Many of the project staff and invited participants will be women who are experts in the area of renewable energy application and are likely to work in this project.  Experts will be sought via EWG, EGNRET and active enterprises who will be asked to consider women participation first when nominating experts. In workshop arranged, female experts from private sectors, research institutions, universities and government entities will be invited as the workshop speakers. 

In addition, in APEC’s developing economies, most women participate in a substantial part of the work in the small-and-medium enterprises, and some of them are leaders in enterprise to manage the property. Therefore, this project can assist the women in enhancing their information that will enable the identification of opportunities for the application of wood pellets in existing packaged boilers and set up policies to encourage the small-and-medium enterprises to use renewable energy instead of fossil fuel for their heating process. To achieve the objectives of this project, female participants from small-and medium enterprises, boiler associations, research institutions, universities and government entities are invited to attend the workshop to disseminate the project output. 

A survey of workshop participants to identify gender issues in implementation of the heating applications of bio-pellet will also be developed to ensure that gender issues are identified and addressed.  The results from the planned survey of participants of any implications for women from the implementation of the heating applications of bio-pellet, will provide valuable information that can be collected as an outcome of the workshop and used to ensure that women are not disadvantaged and obtain benefits from the development of the implementation of this project.

Work Plan

The project will be carried out in the following 6 stages:

Stage

Period

Workplan

1

2  months

(Dec 2016-Jan 2017)

Selecting a qualified contractor to execute the project.

· Preparing CV of a recommended contractor outlining the relevant skills and experience required for the task;

· A written justification for the choice of contractor and forming the research team;

· The approved Terms of Reference for the consultant’s work by APEC Secretariat to ensure the efficient delivery of the outputs.

2

4 months

(Feb-May 2017)

Reviewing the recent advances in bio-pellets technologies.

· The recent advances in bio-pellets technologies are collected, reviewed and analyzed both in APEC economies and non-APEC economies;

· Exchanging information of the recent advances in bio-pellets technologies between APEC economies;

· A draft report is prepared.

3

5 months

(April-Aug 2017)

Evaluating and demonstrating the utilization of white-leadtree pellet fired in existing boilers of small-and-medium enterprises for green energy applications.

· Selecting and establishing the demonstration site (test base) for a boiler firing bio-pellet in a small-and-medium enterprise;

· Collecting white-leadtree wood and preparing the white-leadtree pellet;

· Conducting the demonstration of burner/boiler firing the white-leadtree pellet, collecting data and evaluating the results.

4

4 months

(Jul-Oct  2017)

Carrying out an economic feasibility study of utilizing white-leadtree pellet instead of fossil fuel for boiler application.

· Gathering and analyzing the results of the recent advances in bio-pellet technologies and the results of the demonstration of boiler firing white-leadtree pellet in a small-and-medium enterprise;

· Carrying out an economic feasibility study of utilizing white-leadtree pellet instead of fossil fuel for boiler application.

5

4 months

(Aug-Nov 2017)

Conducting the workshop and arranging the site visit to gather experts for discussion and collecting the information.

· Planning and organizing the workshop and a site visit of renewable energy facility:select the APEC member economy to host the workshop with Chinese Taipei. The workshop will also be associated with a planned EGNRET 49 meeting (expected to be held in Bangkok of Thailand);

· Developing workshop agenda:Chinese Taipei will develop an initial agenda and submit it for review by representatives from APEC economies. Chairs and expert speakers of the workshop on the development of bio-pellet technologies will be chosen from both the public and private sectors among APEC economies;

· Conducting a workshop and site visit:workshop and site visit of renewable energy facility will be arranged and conducted over a 2-day period with an action plan developed.

6

2 months

(Nov-Dec 2017)

Completing the final report and delivering to APEC member economy and EGNRET representatives.

· Integrating and synthesizing the information gathered from the workshop and EGNRET 49 meeting;

· Preparing the draft final report and circulating the draft final report to key stakeholders for feedback;

·The contents of the final report should include the review of recent advances in bio-pellets technologies; economic evaluation of boiler utilizing bio-pellet; demonstration of the utilization of white-leadtree pellet fired in existing boilers; the workshop results;

· Completing the final report. The outcome will be presented at upcoming EGNRET and EWG meetings for follow-up actions;

· The final report will be uploaded to EGNRET website to benefit all APEC and non-APEC economies.

This objective of this Project is to utilize the bio-pellet, made from ecological-hazard white leadtree, in existing boilers for green energy application. The workshop event is expected to be held in Bangkok, Thailand. The other ten travel-eligible economies (Chile, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Philippines, Russia, and Viet Nam) are highly encouraged to participate this workshop and are considered to be funded as Active Participants. However, due to limited budget available for this Project (included self-funding) the ten economies who have the problem of white-leadtree invasive species, are funded in priority.

Risks

The risks which may be encountered in the following functional steps are stated. Managements of these risks are provided.

1) Reviewing the recent advances in bio-pellets technologies.

Risk: Contractor underperforms or lack of adequate documentations available on this subject for review. Candidate contractors for this project will be evaluated by EGNRET experts to make sure they are qualified for this work. Contractor cooperating with APEC member economies and documents exchanged between APEC members may reduce the risk of inadequate documentations on this subject for review.

2) Evaluating and demonstrating the utilization of white-leadtree pellet fired in existing boilers.

Risk: Suitable demonstration site could be unavailable. More than two demonstration sites of white-leadtree pellet fired in existing boilers will be considered to reduce the risk of unavailable site.

3) Carrying out an economic feasibility study of utilizing white-leadtree pellet instead of fossil fuel for boiler application.

Risk: The prices of fossil fuels are low in recent years. When considering the white-leadtree pellet as the fungible fuel for fossil fuel, the evaluation may become uneconomical. This is a typically problematic issue when using renewable energy instead of fossil fuels. However, the result of this economic evaluation is intended to provide a reference to know that when the white-leadtree pellet can be a self-sustainable fungible fuel as the price of fossil fuel increasing in the future.

4) Plan and organize the workshop.

Risk: Adverse opinions are raised on workshop agenda. Preliminary agenda will be prepared and submit it for review by APEC economies before official agenda is completed.

5) Conduct the Workshop.

Risk: Poor attendance participates in workshop. With well-prepared dissemination and invitation for the workshop, this is not expected to be a significant impediment.

6) Complete the final report.

Risk: No significant risk provided previous steps are completed satisfactorily. 

When sufficient documents for new developments of utilization of bio-pellet fired in existing boilers of small-and-medium enterprises for green energy applications are available, even beyond project completion, efforts will be made to update the report for sustainability of this project results.

Monitoring and Evaluation

Several indicators are arranged to assess the project achievements including:

1) At least 10 APEC economies are expected to be present at the workshop. It is expected that around 60 participants will be attending the workshop, and one-thirds of the attendees are female. Also, the participant evaluation forms will be used to assess the impact of the workshop;

2) The cost of making white-leadtree pellet for boiler is expected to be less than USD 150 to compete against the price of heavy fuel oil for boiler;

3) The demonstration of utilization of wood pellets fired in existing boilers for green energy applications delivered at EGNRET meeting to receive feedback for further revision; and

4) The content and quality of the draft final report delivered at EGNRET meeting to receive the feedback for follow-up action.

Linkages

This project aiming to promote green energy utilization in small-and-medium enterprises in the APEC region, will have linkages between the Energy Working Group (EWG), Small and Medium Enterprises Working Group (SEWG) and the Agricultural Technical Cooperation Working Group (ATCWG) to enhance contributions of the small-and-medium enterprises in all APEC member economies to utilize renewable energy. The economic aspects of utilizing biofuel instead of fossil fuel for existing boiler application may also be of interest to the Finance Minister's Process (FMP). Specific projects linked to bio-fuel works include APEC Workshop on Developing Bio Energy and Conserving the Natural Ecosystem in APEC Member Economies (ATC 05 2009A), Best Practices in Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Technologies in the Industrial Sector in APEC Region (S EWG 19 11A), APEC Low Carbon Model Town Heating System Application Model and Best Practices (EWG 25/2013A). This Project could also consult with world-leading bio-pellet research groups (e.g. ECN of Netherlands) whose expertise on bio-fuel heating systems can benefit this Project.

Sustainability

To help developing economies in APEC region towards sustainable energy development through knowledge-sharing and facilitating technology cooperation, demonstration and dissemination, the project output will outline a number of recommendations aimed at developing the heating application of bio-pellet for small-and-medium enterprises in the APEC Region. This will in turn provide opportunities to encourage the small-and-medium enterprises to utilize renewable energy, and reduce cost of facility investment. It will meet the APEC aspirational goal, to reduce aggregate energy intensity by 45 percent by 2035 and double renewable energy in the regional energy mix by 2030, which was reaffirmed in 2015 APEC Leaders’ Declaration. 

The project of economic feasibility study of bio-pellet fired in packaged boilers will provide information of economic benefits for the heating application of bio-pellet in the small-and-medium enterprises, providing the APEC region with commercially viable and sustainable energy resources and clean energy technology solutions, and further promoting energy trade and innovative markets in the APEC region. Also, the project workshop sharing best practices and experiences of successful adoption of bio-pellet utilized in existing boilers for heating application will encourage the small-and-medium enterprises to use renewable energy instead of fossil fuel for their heating process and lead to the further development of modern renewable energy in the APEC region. In addition, the project outcome will be integral to the success of the MSMEs to grow and expand, compete, innovate and ultimately create jobs, and consistent with the APEC 2015 priority to design MSME-focused policies. 

All the project documents including workshop presentation files, and the project final report will be uploaded to the EGNRET’s website for free access. APEC’s decision makers will have information that will enable the identification of opportunities for the application of wood pellets in existing packaged boilers and set up policies to encourage the small-and-medium enterprises to use renewable energy instead of fossil fuel for their heating process to meet the APEC’s green energy growth goals. The EGNRET and EWG members will assist in delivering the project documents to the small-and-medium enterprises to build up the green boiler technology with access to the renewable energy. This project will also report the follow-up work to the other appropriate APEC forums to ensure the sustainability. 

In addition, this project outcome will lead to the increased utilization of renewable energy and the decreased utilization of fossil fuels. APEC Economies will benefit from the reduction of fossil fuel related the environmental emissions and their related impact on human health and welfare. It will also be possible to achieve the APEC’s green growth goals.

Project Overseers

The Project Overseer, Mr. Jin-Sheng Su, is the Director of Energy Technology Division, Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Chinese Taipei. The main point of contact responsible for this project is Dr. Chung-Hsien Chen, the Chief of Renewable Energy Section at Energy Technology Division in the same organization. Dr. Chen is also the Chinese Taipei’s Representative to APEC EGNRET, and the Chair of EGNRET. 

Mr. Su has expertise background in electrical engineering and international studies. His working experiences include responsibilities for the formulating renewable energy policies and related regulations, promoting renewable energy utilization including “Thousand Wind Turbines” and “Million Solar Rooftop PVs Promotion” programs in Chinese Taipei, expanding the R&D of new and renewable energy technologies to support the development of green energy industry, and developing advanced clean energy technologies.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

NO.

Items

General duties

Hours

/person

Rate

Staffs numbers

(To be contracted)

Fee

APEC Funding

Self-Funding

1

Project Leader

In charge of project implementation, tasking with planning, executing and guiding the project progress.

Complete the final report.

300

40

1

12,000

16,700

13,000

2

Researcher

Review recent advances in bio-pellets technologies.

Evaluate and demonstrate the utilization of white-leadtree pellet fired in existing boilers of small-and-medium enterprises for green energy applications.

300

40

1

12,000

Carry out an economic feasibility study of utilizing white-leadtree pellet instead of fossil fuel for boiler application.

Conduct a workshop and arrange the site visit to gather experts for discussion and collect the information.

142.5

40

1

5,700

Waivers

Travel and per diem for experts require waivers.

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