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Region

Asia

Service Area

Demand-Side Management (DSM)

Project Title

Demand Side Management and Energy Efficiency Phase II (DSM/EE II)

Country

Lao PDR

Client

Electricite du Laos

Project Funding Agency

The World Bank

Project Duration

Start Date

September 2013

Scheduled Completion

April 2015

Project Description and summary of services

The DSM/EE Phase 2 is designed to raise awareness about the adoption of EE technologies and practices by electricity consumers in all major end-use sectors in Lao PDR. This includes a nationwide residential EE lighting program; a large scale implementation of EE in public sector buildings; pilot DSM/EE activities in commercial and industrial sectors; EE Appliance Standards and Labelling Program; and capacity building.

The key tasks and objectives are:

  • Preparation of an Implementation Plan for Large Scale EE Implementation
  • Preparation of a comprehensive CFL distribution plan
  • Implementation of consumer awareness and behavioural program
  • Establishment of the National S&L Steering Committee
  • Assessment on S&L Institutional and Legal Framework
  • Assessment and Implementation of Pilot DSM Program Options for Commercial and Industrial Sector
  • Upgrading of the Energy Use Database

Contact for more information

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Region

Asia

Service Area

Demand-Side Management (DSM)

Project Title

DSM Phase 1 Action Plan and Implementation

Country

Lao PDR

Client

Electricite du Laos

Project Funding Agency

World Bank

Project Duration

Start Date

Nov 2006

Scheduled Completion

2008

Project Description and Summary of Services

 

 

 

 

 

Phase 1 included the conduct of a study of the EdL operations; identify DSM options and preparation of a Phase 1 Action Plan. The next stage included the implementation of the Phase 1 DSM program focusing on the Public Sector.

Service Provided:

Phase 1:
- Assessment of EdL power supply, distribution and transmission
- Identification of DSM options and Institutional arrangements
- Preparation of a 5 year DSM Action Plan including capacity building

Phase 2:
- Development of Public Sector energy database
- Market survey to establish energy baselines
- Conduct of energy audits in public sector facilities
- Implement, monitor and verify savings in selected project
- Launch public Awareness campaign
- Capacity building of EdL DSM Division

Contact for more information

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Region

Asia

Service Area

Demand-Side Management (DSM)

Project Title

DSM Phase 1B

Country

Lao PDR

Client

Electricite du Laos

Project Funding Agency

The World Bank

Project Duration

Start Date

May 2009

Scheduled Completion

October 2010

Project Description and summary of services

The scope of DSM Phase 1B includes the revision of the DSM/EE Program Plan for the next 4 years (2008-2012), preparation of career development and capacity building plans for the DSM Cell staff and the Energy Coordinators (to be hired for implementing EE measures in the Public Sector); increasing representation in the DSM Steering Committee; implementation of EE measures in the initial 50 audited buildings; implementation of a AC maintenance program; conduct of detailed audits in selected hospitals; expansion of the energy database to include all public sector accounts; design of residential sector efficient lighting programs and conduct of appliance saturation surveys to facilitate an appliance energy standards and labelling program.


The key tasks and objectives are:

  • Revise the DSM/EE Phase 1 Program Plan developed in 2004 to reflect the achievements in Phase 1A and incorporating a plan for a four year timeframe (2008 – 2012);
  • Prepare a professional development plan for each member of the DSM Cell; and further strengthen the capacity of the staff through focused training.
  • Provide focused training and prepare career development plans for the Energy Coordinators and provide assistance in the implementation of EE measures in the initial 50 audited government buildings;
  • Expand the composition of the DSM Steering Committee to include other Ministries through the dissemination of information and case studies on the benefits of EE;
  • Through the implementation of an Air Conditioner Maintenance Program facilitate the adoption of ESCO operations to support other EE implementation;
  • Conduct on investment grade energy audits in selected Hospitals and medical centers; and determine implementation options including performance contracting;
  • Expansion of the Energy Consumption Database to include all public sector accounts and provide training to EdL and Provincial staff in data entry and analysis;
  • Establish program design concepts for low cost DSM/EE initiatives in the residential sectors including efficient lighting with possible inclusion of Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) as an option for increased financial viability;
  • Develop a conceptual work plan for the introduction of a Appliance Energy Standards and Labelling program focusing on residential appliances.

Contact for more information

Sommai Phon-Amnuaisuk (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

 

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Meeting with DSM/EE team in Vientiane to discuss participation in an investment grade audit

IIEC Profile

Our Vision & Values

Our Vision & Values

Our vision is to accelerate the promotion of sustainable energy and environmental programs in developing countries and countries in transition.  Our unique values are strived to provide sustainable solutions with proven technical capabilities, implement with wealth of practical and international experience in Asia and Pacific regions. Read more...

Our Niche & Strengths

Our Niche & Strengths

IIEC works on-the-ground, through multi-disciplined staff and partners, with governments and the private sector to implement energy efficiency and renewable energy programs and projects.  Read more...
 

Our Capabilities

Our Capabilities

Specific services provided by IIEC to its clients include: DSM/EE Implementation & Evaluation; Development & Implementation of EE Standards and Labeling Programs; Renewable Energy Project Planning & Implementation; Clean Energy Finance Design; and Implementation of Energy Efficient Buildings  Read more...
 

Our Major Clients

Our Major Clients

IIEC’s major clients include the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) etc.  Read more...
 

Our Offices

Offices

IIEC operates through its offices in India, Thailand and Philippines.  Read more...
 

Our Team

Our Team

IIEC has full time local staff in each of its offices that are well placed to contribute to programs due to their extensive exposure to energy, transport and environmental activities in the region and their understanding of cultural issues relevant to the countries.  Read more...
 

Our Board

Board of Directors

IIEC’s Board of Directors is comprised of nine members, who are dedicated to providing strategic guidance to the organization as it advances its goal to promote sustainable and efficient energy use in developing nations and economies in transition.  Read more...
 

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