Boilers and Fans (Motors) Standards and Labeling Program for Punjab Pakistan (2016 - 2018)

This project is to address key issues that affect the design of Standards and Labeling Programs, as well as the effectiveness of institutions in implementing them. The activities include: (1) Market Analysis, Stakeholder Consultation on Energy Policy and Program Design; (2) Market Preparedness and Industry Awareness Raising; (3) Drafting of Regulations and Standards; (4) Labeling, Awards, and Incentives; and (5) Implementation Support.

IIEC is tasked to provide overall guidance, supervision, and implementation support on all tasks and subtasks of the project. IIEC is responsible to: 1) Review all relevant Pakistani energy legislation, all publicly available reports, data, and information on those two products that are relevant to the formulation of an S&L program for these products to solicit key data and recommendations; 2) Review and evaluate all past and current national-provincial S&L initiatives; 3) Conduct stakeholder meetings; 4) Assess the overall organizational structure, capacity, and funding resources of each institutions to determine overall readiness and ability to implement S&L program that is developed as part of this project; 5) Develop a methodology for the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) based on international best practices; 6) Provide oversight to the market preparedness and industry awareness-raising tasks; 7) Provide guidance to model various policy options, including potential energy and cost savings for each scenario, Develop specifications for the Awards program; 8) Provide support the development of financial incentive programs for boilers and fans; and 9) Provide ongoing legal, technical, communications and programmatic support to various stakeholders.

Funding Agency/Client: The World Bank / CLASP

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