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Countries of Experience

 

IIEC has local experience in many countries around its regional offices. The map plots the countries where IIEC had previous (and some current) experience namely Philippines, China, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Lao PDR, Cambodia, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Samoa, Cook Islands, South Africa, Kenya, Maldives, Mongolia, USA and India etc.

Puerto Rico

Poland

Pakistan

Philippines

In the Philippines, IIEC was contracted by the Philippine Department of Energy to provide implementation support for the Philippine Energy Efficiency Project (PEEP).  This US$48 million project is supported through a loan from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and includes the implementation several component activities which have started to generate a total estimated capacity savings of 243 MW, total potential consumption savings of 321,751 GWh per year and potential annual carbon emission reduction of 173,745. tCO2 based on monitoring and evaluation conducted.  Project impact indicators show that PEEP has achieved more than 20% of the targets. 

Papua New Guinea

IIEC is the leading implementing agency for the Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific - Phase 2 project funded by the ADB. This 3-year project covers the Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu, to stimulate energy efficiency through demand-side energy efficiency improvements in the residential, commercial, and government sectors in each of the five countries.

Peru

Panama

Oman

New Zealand

Nepal

Norway

Netherlands

Nicaragua

Nigeria

Niger

New Caledonia

Namibia

Mozambique

Malaysia

Mexico

IIEC supported the efforts of the National Commission for Energy Savings (CONAE) in establishing a nationwide energy efficiency voluntary partnership program.

Malawi

In Malawi, IIEC designed the Energy Efficient Lighting Program, which involves the distribution of 2 Million CFLs nationwide covering all customer sectors.  This program is the first large scale Demand-side Management (DSM) program to be undertaken in Malawi and is aimed at addressing the current acute power shortage (around 14%) during the evening peak period.

Mauritania

Mongolia

In Mongolia, IIEC provided financial advice for the Commercialization of Super Insulated Buildings in the development of an alternative funding mechanism to support commercialization and increase financing for the construction of energy efficient housing.

Myanmar

Mali

Macedonia

Madagascar

Montenegro

Moldova

Morocco

Libya

Latvia

Luxembourg

Lithuania

Lesotho

Liberia

Sri Lanka

In Sri Lanka, IIEC was contracted by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for the implementation of a project titled “Implementation of Energy Efficient Lighting Policy Initiatives”. The project involves the conduct of baseline surveys in the residential sector, installation of EE lighting products in selected households, conduct of post-installation surveys, development of EE Lighting guidelines and development of EE lighting policy and roadmap for dissemination. The key outputs of the project included EE Lighting Policy for the Residential Sector, Lamp Waste Management Strategy and Plan and Lighting Product Application Guidelines. A Final Workshop is scheduled for early October and the project will be completed by 15 October 2013.

Lebanon

Lao PDR

IIEC was tasked with the communication and outreach of this project and launched a public awareness campaign for promoting energy efficiency in the public sector. IIEC also conducted a household appliances saturation survey to facilitate the development of a conceptual work plan for the introduction of appliance energy standards and labeling program.

Kazakhstan

Kuwait

South Korea

North Korea

Cambodia

In Cambodia, IIEC has successfully concluded a series of promotional activities on renewable energy as part of the Renewable Energy Promotion and Awareness Program (REPA) from the Rural Electrification Fund (REF) in Cambodia, funded by a World Bank / Global Environment Facility grant and REF.  In this project, a total of 12,000 solar home systems (SHS), which played a key RE technology, have been also installed by REF in rural villages throughout Cambodia.  Therefore, IIEC organized on-site events in rural villages to promote solar energy, SHS and REF as well as engaged and educated rural people on these topics.

Kyrgyzstan

Kenya

In Kenya, IIEC provided training needs assessment and delivered a financial engineering course to energy professionals in the private and government sector and to small and medium enterprises.

Japan

Jordan

Jamaica

Italy

Iceland

Iran

Iraq

India

In India, IIEC was tasked with the implementation of a large scale energy efficient lighting program under the USAID funded Energy Conservation and Commercialization II (ECO II) project.  In partnership with the electric utility – Bangalore Electricity Supply Company (BESCOM), IIEC designed and implemented BELP (BESCOM Efficient Lighting Program) targeting 1.8 million consumers with a program logo of “Lighting up your life….Efficiently”.  The program saved 17 MW of peak demand over a period of 9 months in the city of Bangalore.  It has now been expanded to 5 other cities in Karnataka.  The program design is being used as a model by other utilities in India.

Israel

Ireland

Indonesia

IIEC provided technical and management support to the Energy Working Group of APEC in conducting assignments and activities related to the Appliance Standards and Labeling Program. For Indonesia, IIEC designed appliance energy labelling program and specifications for energy testing laboratory.

Hungary

Haiti

Croatia

Honduras

Guyana

Guinea Bissau

Guatemala

Greece

Equatorial Guinea

Guinea

Gambia

Greenland

Ghana

Georgia

United Kingdom

Gabon

France

Falkland Islands

Fiji

Finland

Ethiopia

Spain

Eritrea

Egypt

Estonia

Ecuador

Algeria

Dominican Republic

Denmark

Djibouti

Germany

Czech Republic

Cyprus

Cuba

Costa Rica

Colombia

China

In China, IIEC assisted in the structuring of a venture capital fund to invest in projects in China that would reduce GHG emissions by catalyzing investment in EE and clean energy business activities.

Cameroon

Chile

IIEC performed one of the first assessments on a wind power site in South America and actively worked with entities in the Philippines, Thailand, South Africa, India and Chile on identifying and developing projects for Joint Implementation.

Ivory Coast

Switzerland

Republic of the Congo

Central African Republic

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Canada

Belize

Belarus

Botswana

Bhutan

The Bahamas

Brazil

In Brazil, IIEC performed an integrated assessment of energy efficiency and pollution prevention opportunities in the textile industry, which were later proposed as potential investments. The immediate potential investments provided a commercial opportunity for 15% reduction in water use and 5% reduction in energy consumption leading to a clean and efficient process. This initiative in Brazil resulted in bringing integrated E2P2 concepts into the process of financial due diligence.

Bolivia

Brunei

Benin

Burundi

Bulgaria

Burkina Faso

Belgium

Bangladesh

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Azerbaijan

Australia

Austria

Argentina

The Program developed projects for investment and implementation on commercial terms and cooperated with private sector businesses, including public lighting installation and maintenance contractors, energy services companies, equipment vendors and manufacturers, electric utilities and financial intermediaries, as well as with municipalities, interested government and regulatory agencies and non-governmental organizations.

Angola

Armenia

Albania

Afghanistan

United Arab Emirates

West Bank

Portugal

Paraguay

Qatar

Romania

Republic of Serbia

Russia

Rwanda

Saudi Arabia

Solomon Islands

Sudan

Sweden

Slovenia

Slovakia

Sierra Leone

Senegal

Somalia

Suriname

South Sudan

El Salvador

Syria

Swaziland

Chad

French Southern and Antarctic Lands

Togo

Thailand

Tajikistan

East Timor

Turkmenistan

Tunisia

Turkey

Trinidad and Tobago

Taiwan

Tanzania

Ukraine

Uganda

United States of America

Uruguay

Uzbekistan

Venezuela

Vietnam

In Vietnam, IIEC was instrumental in developing the framework to facilitate private sector investment in energy efficiency.  This initiative, led to the implementation of the Phase 1 of the World Bank funded five-year project entitled Commercial Energy Efficiency Pilot (CEEP) Program which started in 2004. The project focused on building the capacity of the energy service providers and implementing a critical mass of EE projects in order to establish a business model for EE implementation.  With assistance from the ADB, IIEC also undertook an EE project focusing on large energy intensive industries in Vietnam, primarily cement, chemical, beverage, steel and plastic industries.  The overall objective of the project was to support the implementation of the National Energy Efficiency Program.

Vanuatu

Yemen

South Africa

In South Africa, IIEC has been assigned to provide assistance to the ESKOM, the South African integrated power utility, in the implementation of their Demand-side Management (DSM) Program aimed at achieving cost effective electricity demand (and energy) savings, providing a viable option in meeting future demand.

Zambia

Zimbabwe

Northern Cyprus

Kosovo

Western Sahara

Somaliland

United States of America

India

In India, IIEC was tasked with the implementation of a large scale energy efficient lighting program under the USAID funded Energy Conservation and Commercialization II (ECO II) project.  In partnership with the electric utility – Bangalore Electricity Supply Company (BESCOM), IIEC designed and implemented BELP (BESCOM Efficient Lighting Program) targeting 1.8 million consumers with a program logo of “Lighting up your life ….. Efficiently”.  The program saved 17 MW of peak demand over a period of 9 months in the city of Bangalore.  It has now been expanded to 5 other cities in Karnataka.  The program design is being used as a model by other utilities in India.

Thailand

In Thailand, IIEC supported the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) in a project aimed at Mainstreaming Energy Efficiency in Thai Municipalities. IIEC was contracted to identify standard EE measures applicable to buildings and street lighting in selected municipalities and develop a business model for large scale implementation incorporating private sector financing models and the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM).  IIEC also provided technical assistance to demonstrate the LED technology for street lighting applications in all six municipalities.

Philippines

In the Philippines, IIEC was contracted by the Philippine Department of Energy to provide implementation support for the Philippine Energy Efficiency Project (PEEP).  This US$48 million project is supported through a loan from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and includes the implementation several component activities which have started to generate a total estimated capacity savings of 243 MW, total potential consumption savings of 321,751 GWh per year and potential annual carbon emission reduction of 173,745. tCO2 based on monitoring and evaluation conducted.  Project impact indicators show that PEEP has achieved more than 20% of the targets. 

China

In China, IIEC assisted in the structuring of a venture capital fund to invest in projects in China that would reduce GHG emissions by catalyzing investment in EE and clean energy business activities.

Sri Lanka

The project involves the conduct of baseline surveys in the residential sector, installation of EE lighting products in selected households, conduct of post-installation surveys, development of EE Lighting guidelines and development of EE lighting policy and roadmap for dissemination. The key outputs of the project included EE Lighting Policy for the Residential Sector, Lamp Waste Management Strategy and Plan and Lighting Product Application Guidelines.

Kenya

IIEC provided training needs assessment and delivered a financial engineering course to energy professionals in the private and government sector and to small and medium enterprises.

Argentina

In Argentina, IIEC managed the Efficient Municipal Lighting Program.  The Program developed projects for investment and implementation on commercial terms and cooperated with private sector businesses, including public lighting installation and maintenance contractors, energy services companies, equipment vendors and manufacturers, electric utilities and financial intermediaries, as well as with municipalities, interested government and regulatory agencies and non-governmental organizations.

Malawi

In Malawi, IIEC designed the Energy Efficient Lighting Program, which involves the distribution of 2 Million CFLs nationwide covering all customer sectors.  This program is the first large scale Demand-side Management (DSM) program to be undertaken in Malawi and is aimed at addressing the current acute power shortage (around 14%) during the evening peak period.

South Africa

In South Africa, IIEC has been assigned to provide assistance to the ESKOM, the South African integrated power utility, in the implementation of their Demand-side Management (DSM) Program aimed at achieving cost effective electricity demand (and energy) savings, providing a viable option in meeting future demand.

Vietnam

In Vietnam, IIEC was instrumental in developing the framework to facilitate private sector investment in energy efficiency.  This initiative, led to the implementation of the Phase 1 of the World Bank funded five-year project entitled Commercial Energy Efficiency Pilot (CEEP) Program which started in 2004. The project focused on building the capacity of the energy service providers and implementing a critical mass of EE projects in order to establish a business model for EE implementation.  With assistance from the ADB, IIEC also undertook an EE project focusing on large energy intensive industries in Vietnam, primarily cement, chemical, beverage, steel and plastic industries.  The overall objective of the project was to support the implementation of the National Energy Efficiency Program.

Lao PDR

In Lao PDR, IIEC provided technical assistance to the Électricité du Laos (EdL) for the Demand-Side Management / Energy Efficiency (DSM/EE) Project Phase I, funded by the World Bank and the Global Environment Facility (GEF). The overall objectives are to determine reasonable energy consumption levels for the major energy-consuming Ministries/agencies and to address the issue of inefficient practices in public sector electricity consumption.

Cambodia

In Cambodia, IIEC has successfully concluded a series of promotional activities on renewable energy as part of the Renewable Energy Promotion and Awareness Program (REPA) from the Rural Electrification Fund (REF) in Cambodia, funded by a World Bank / Global Environment Facility grant and REF.  In this project, a total of 12,000 solar home systems (SHS), which played a key RE technology, have been also installed by REF in rural villages throughout Cambodia.  Therefore, IIEC organized on-site events in rural villages to promote solar energy, SHS and REF as well as engaged and educated rural people on these topics.

Brazil

In Brazil, IIEC performed an integrated assessment of energy efficiency and pollution prevention opportunities in the textile industry, which were later proposed as potential investments. The immediate potential investments provided a commercial opportunity for 15% reduction in water use and 5% reduction in energy consumption leading to a clean and efficient process. This initiative in Brazil resulted in bringing integrated E2P2 concepts into the process of financial due diligence.

Chile

IIEC performed one of the first assessments on a wind power site in South America and actively worked with entities in the Philippines, Thailand, South Africa, India and Chile on identifying and developing projects for Joint Implementation.

Indonesia

IIEC provided technical and management support to the Energy Working Group of APEC in conducting assignments and activities related to the Appliance Standards and Labeling Program. For Indonesia, IIEC designed appliance energy labelling program and specifications for energy testing laboratory.

Papua New Guinea

IIEC is the leading implementing agency for the Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific - Phase 2 project funded by the ADB. This 3-year project covers the Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu, to stimulate energy efficiency through demand-side energy efficiency improvements in the residential, commercial, and government sectors in each of the five countries.

Mexico

IIEC supported the efforts of the National Commission for Energy Savings (CONAE) in establishing a nationwide energy efficiency voluntary partnership program.

Mongolia

In Mongolia, IIEC provided financial advice for the Commercialization of Super Insulated Buildings in the development of an alternative funding mechanism to support commercialization and increase financing for the construction of energy efficient housing.

Lebanon

In the area of training and capacity building for financing energy efficiency and renewable energy projects, IIEC has provided a training program to potential Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) in Lebanon on aspect of evaluating the financial viability of energy efficiency projects.

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