Under the Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific - Phase II (PEEP II) Project, IIEC conducted a training program to support the development of EE projects in five Pacific Island Countries: the Cook Islands; Papua New Guinea; Samoa; Tonga; and Vanuatu. The training modules covered energy auditing, financial analysis, measurement and verification (M&V), contracting, marketing, and project management.
Energy Audit Training in Samoa
IIEC conducted several training programs in Vietnam covering the commercial, industrial and Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) sectors with funding from the World Bank, UNDP and ADB. A four-year program titled Commercial EE Pilot Program (CEEP) focused on the private sector (ESCOs, financial institutions and equipment suppliers) and EE project development, resulting in the implementation of 205 EE projects. In the industrial sector, the training focused on energy management practices for senior and middle management and investment-grade energy audits. In the SME sector, training was provided to potential ESCOs and energy efficient equipment suppliers.
Training Session for Equipment Manufacturers and Suppliers
As a part of the World Bank funded Demand-Side Management and Energy Efficiency (DSM/EE) Project, IIEC conducted an advanced energy audit training program for DSM staff and energy coordinators at Electricite du Laos (EdL), and prepared a professional development program for EdL staff.
Advanced Energy Audit Training in Lao PDR
IIEC delivered a detailed introductory and technical training on Standards and Labeling (S&L) to key implementers in Kenya. This project was part of the national S&L Programme, which was a 5-year initiative designed to remove barriers to market transformation of energy efficient products and services in Kenya. The program was funded by UNDP and supported by the Ministry of Industrialization and Enterprise Development.The training covered testing procedures, performance standards and certification for CFLs and fluorescent tubes, domestic and commercial refrigerators, air conditioners, and three-phase electric induction motors.
S&L Training in Kenya
For the Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) Project on Capacity Building of ESCOs, funded by UNDP, IIEC designed, developed and conducted training modules on EE project financial analysis and evaluation. The training materials included the development of an automated spreadsheet for the financial projection of project cash flow, income and balance sheet statements tailored for the Lebanese economy.
Our Achievements at a Glance
|India||Technical Assistance to Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) on Energy Efficiency and Clean Production Credit Lines||KfW / Small Industries Development Bank of India||Development of assessment tools and capacity building of bank staff on EE financing to SMEs with M&V for credit line performance assessment to achieve target emission reduction|
|India||Design of Bank Capacity Building as part of ECO-Asia Clean Development and Climate Program||USAID's Regional Development Mission for Asia||Capacity building of banks and financial institutions on financing EE projects|
|India||Capacity Building of Banks and Financial Institutions for Energy Efficiency Project Financing||Bureau of Energy Efficiency India / HSBC India||Development of a customized capacity building program for bank branch managers and loan officers to effectively appraise and finance EE projects|
|Lebanon||Energy Service Company (ESCO) Training||UNDP||ESCO capacity building on financial evaluation of EE projects|
|Pacific Islands||Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific – Phase II||ADB||More than 100 participants in 5 Pacific Islands
trained on energy auditing
|Philippines||Business Finance Capacity Building on Efficient Lighting||UNDP / GEF||Capacity building of financial institutions on efficient lighting|
|Vietnam||Commercial Energy Efficiency Pilot Project||World Bank||205 EE projects implemented by trained energy service providers|
|Vietnam||National Energy Efficiency Program||ADB||Investment Grade Audits in 7 industrial sites with investment potential of US$100 million|
|Vietnam||Promoting Energy Conservation in SMEs||UNDP||Training for more than 60 energy service providers to support implementation of projects in the brick, ceramics, paper & pulp, textile and food processing sectors|
|Vietnam||Vietnam Energy Efficiency Public Lighting (VEEPL) Project||UNDP||Capacity building on design, installation, operation, maintenance and management of public lighting system; and Development of a national testing and certification facility in compliance with national and international standards|
|Kenya||Removal of Barriers to EE and Energy Conservation in SMEs||UNDP / GEF||Capacity building of SMEs in developing bankable EE projects|
|Kenya||Prepare & Deliver Training for Energy Standards and Labels||UNDP||Capacity building on energy performance standards and labels for policy makers, implementers and distributers/importers|
|Lebanon||Energy Auditing and Project Development||UNDP||Enhanced audit quality and bidding procedures for implementation|