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The International Workshop on “Institutional Frameworks and Policies for Energy Efficiency Implementation (IFPEEI)” was taken place in conjunction with the “5th International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Motor Driven Systems (EEMODS)” in Beijing, China, on June 14-15, 2007 at the Kunlun Hotel. The workshop aimed at strengthening the evolution of successful Energy Efficiency (EE) institutions, policies and regulation/legislation in developing countries through an establishment of the Center for Energy Efficiency Policy and Institutions. Participants will be given the opportunity to review, discuss and build on the experience gained from countries with similar successful Energy Efficiency (EE) efforts.


The workshop was one and a half day workshop and structured to provide the results of international studies and surveys on energy efficiency institutions and policies undertaken by various international organizations including the World Bank, the International Copper Association (ICA), the International Energy Agency (IEA), as well as lessons learned from developed and developing countries. In addition, the results of a recent World Bank ESMAP research and other presentations from developing countries interested in establishing or modifying their EE institutions, policies and/or legislative and regulatory frameworks were included. The workshop also addressed issues related to the relationship between EE and GHG reduction.


Pre-Workshop Information

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click to upload file pdf Workshop Description 50 KB
click to upload file Workshop Agenda 45 KB
click to upload file A White Paper on Energy Efficiency Policies (to conceptually classify EE policies) 123 KB
click to upload file Center for the Study of Energy Efficiency Institutions and Policies: Concept Paper (description of the concept being discussed at the Workshop) 40 KB
click to upload file Institutional Study Summary Presentation, prepared by Dilip Limaye (to review and classify institutions for EE) 258 KB
click to upload file Participant Survey 35 KB


Workshop Presentations

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click to upload file Institutional Frameworks for Energy Efficiency Implementations, prepared by Dilip Limaye, Consultant to the World Bank - ESMAP 959 KB
click to upload file Sustainable Energy Policies Worldwide – A Survey, prepared by Nitin Pandit, PhD., President, International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC) 142 KB
click to upload file Institutionalizing Energy Efficiency: Experiences from Kenya and East Africa Region, prepared by Paul Kirai, National Project Manager, GEF-KAM Energy Efficiency Project, Kenya 565 KB
click to upload file Energy Efficiency Policy in Egypt and its Perspective, prepared by Dr. Ibrahim Yassin, Energy Efficiency Improvement & GHG Reduction, UNDP/GEF Project, Ministry of Electricity & Energy, Egypt -- Part 1 2.9 MB
click to upload file Energy Efficiency Policy in Egypt and its Perspective, prepared by Dr. Ibrahim Yassin, Energy Efficiency Improvement & GHG Reduction, UNDP/GEF Project, Ministry of Electricity & Energy, Egypt -- Part 2 3 MB
click to upload file Energy Efficiency Policies, Institutions and Implementation in China, prepared by Zhao Yuejin, Senior Engineer, China National Institute of Standardization (CNIS), China 530 KB
click to upload file Policy for Energy Efficiency Implementation and Integration of EU Directives in Bulgaria, prepared by Kolio Kolev, Director in Energy Efficiency Agency - Ministry of economy and Energy, Bulgaria 959 KB
click to upload file Energy Efficiency Policy Planning and Development in India, prepared by Sri.H.R.Rajkumar, Assistant Executive Engineer, BESCOM, Bangalore, India 565 KB
click to upload file Energy Efficiency: Case for Zambia and the Southern African Region, prepared by Dr. Lemba D. Nyirenda, Vice Chairman, Energy Regulation Board, Zambia 114 KB


Results of the Workshop

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click to upload file Proceedings - Main Report 213 KB
click to upload file Appendix A - Pre-workshop Documents and Agenda 517 KB
click to upload file Appendix B: Presentations: Part 1 (1 MB), Part 2.1 (1.7 MB), Part 2.2 (1.8 MB), Part 3 (1.6 MB)  
click to upload file Appendix C: Participant List & Appendix D: Participant Survey Results 199 KB


Workshop Photos
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  • Day One - Thursday 14th June
Mr. John R. Mollet, Vice President, International Copper Association, Ltd. welcomed the participants to the workshop.   Mr. Dilip Limaye, Consultant to the World Bank - ESMAP gave a presentation to the meeting on Institutional Frameworks for Energy Efficiency Implementations.   Mr. Nitin Pandit, PhD., President, International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC) presented the results of international studies and surveys on energy efficiency institutions and policies.   Mr. Paul Kirai, National Project Manager, GEF-KAM Energy Efficiency Project shared experiences from Kenya and East Africa Region on institutionalizing energy efficiency.
             
Dr. Ibrahim Yassin, Energy Efficiency Improvement & GHG Reduction, UNDP/GEF Project, Ministry of Electricity & Energy, Egypt presented an overview of energy efficiency policy in Egypt and its perspective.   Mr. Zhao Yuejin, Senior Engineer, China National Institute of Standardization (CNIS) gave an update on energy efficiency policies, institutions and implementation in China.   The workshop brought together delegates from Philippines's DOE, Indonesia's Directorate General of Electricity and Energy Utilization (DGEEU), Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka, UNIDO-ICT/ZAMBIA and Bulgaria's Energy Efficiency Agency (EEA).   Participants learned about the experiences gained from various countries on Energy Efficiency (EE) efforts.
             
  • Day Two - Friday 15th June
Mr. Kolio Kolev, Director in Energy Efficiency Agency, Ministry of Economy and Energy, Bulgaria provided some background on policy for energy efficiency implementation and integration of EU Directives in Bulgaria.   Mr. H.R. Rajkumar, Assistant Executive Engineer, BESCOM, Bangalore, India gave a brief introduction about energy efficiency policy planning and development in India.   Dr. Lemba D. Nyirenda, Vice Chairman, Energy Regulation Board, Zambia shared lessons learned from experiences from Zambia and the Southern African Region.   Delegates from China and Poland attended: China Standard Certification Center; Polish Foundation for Energy Efficiency (FEWE); and the Polish National Energy Conservation Agency (KAPE)
             
Participats had the opportunity to exchange experiences and ideas during sessions.   Ms. Indrati, Head of Energy Conservation Division, Directorate General of Electricity and Energy Utilization (DGEEU), Indonesia shared her experiences in EE.