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International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC), a leading international not-for profit non-governmental organization, with a mandate to promote energy efficiency and clean energy solutions, with headquarters in USA, is seeking a highly qualified individual to work on energy efficiency initiatives primarily throughout Asia, Pacific and Africa.

The report makes the case that M&V should be a critical aspect of any energy efficiency project or program in order to ensure value for money, justify continued or increased funding, as well as provide the basis of performance-based payment mechanisms. M&V is essential to assess resource savings and to ensure that savings persist over time. Energy efficiency practitioners use M&V for several reasons, such as, to: improve engineering design and project costing; enhance energy savings through adjustments in facility operations and maintenance; document financial transactions; enhance financing for energy efficiency projects; and support development of broader energy efficiency programs.

IIEC is the lead agency carrying out a GHG accounting and capacity building project for five cities in India. Funded by the Global Environment Facility, the project is being implemented by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), in cooperation with India’s Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD). The project supports the cities’ broader goals under the ongoing Sustainable Cities program.

IIEC-India — in partnership with the Carbon Trust and India’s Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) — has designed a national-level fund to support energy efficiency in industry. The new National Industrial Energy Efficiency Fund (NIEEF) is a sub-fund being created under the National Clean Energy Fund (NCEF). The NIEEF defines how the NCEF’s resources can be deployed to support a range of energy efficient technologies on their journey from technology development to deployment. An additional objective of the project is to facilitate interactions between British energy efficiency product and service providers, and potential Indian industrial customers and distributors -- facilitating information exchange and building future business opportunities.

IIEC worked with the Carbon Trust and IamSMEofIndia — a leading micro, small and medium enterprise (MSME) industry association — to organize an event on 5th April 2017. The event brought together an extensive audience of Indian MSME business owners to hear presentations from and interact with leading energy efficiency technology providers from the UK.

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