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Shresth Shrivastav has been engaged as Project Manager at IIEC New Delhi office.
Prior to joining IIEC, he worked as Specialist in Policy and Green Buildings at Environmental Design Solutions for 2 years and at Emergent Ventures India (EVI) as a Consultant for 1.5 years. He was responsible for designing and implementing advanced analysis tools and frameworks for a variety of projects which include energy efficiency at national level, sustainable design of buildings, climate finance and sustainability risk assessment for investors. Additionally, he worked closely with corporates in implementing sustainability tools such as GHG management, waste and water audits, and sustainability reporting under the GRI framework. He also facilitates green building certification for corporations, where he specializes in certification of existing buildings. He holds a Bachelors of Science in Bio-Medical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, USA (Highest Honors).

Bangkok, Thailand, July 18th, 2014 – The International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC) announced today that Laura Van Wie McGrory has joined the organization to help expand its global portfolio of sustainable energy and environmental solutions. 

The Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific – Phase 2 (PEEP2) Project is a supporting technical assistance project (TA-7798-REG) funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC) is the technical assistance consultant selected for project implementation. The main objective of the PEEP2 is to identify, design and implement energy efficiency measures that deliver significant energy savings, lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and reduce dependency on fossil fuels for electricity generation.

IIEC recently completed the Philippines Energy Efficiency Project (PEEP) for the Philippine Department of Energy (DOE) - 46.5 million USD project, co-financed by the Government of the Philippines and a loan from the ADB. By the second year of the PEEP’s three-year project period, IIEC and the DOE had already surpassed initial goals, reducing power loads by 242 MW and achieving annual energy savings of 315 GWh. These savings stood over and against the projected 238 MW in power capacity reduction and 313 GWh in annual energy savings.