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Add the measures in the platform Demonstration policies & measures data base for LACs 2 Case study Title National Program for Efficient Energy Use. Law implementing the mandatory energy efficiency labeling for refrigerators and freezers, lamps, air conditioners and electric washing machines Minimum energy efficiency standard for refrigerators Plan of replacement of existing lamps with LED for public lighting with subsidies Energy Efficiency Fund offering loans to finance energy efficiency investments for SME’s Voluntary energy rating of dwellings for their energy efficiency performance Implementation of projects to raise the efficiency of thermal power plants Bioenergy strategy Removal of ownership tax for electric/hybrid vehicles Demonstration policies & measures data base for LACs 3 How to classify the measures? (...) Households (and services) 1- Choose the sector Title Sector National Program for Efficient Energy Use. Law implementing the mandatory energy efficiency labeling for refrigerators and freezers, lamps, air conditioners and electric washing machines Households (and services) Minimum energy efficiency standard for refrigerators Plan of replacement of existing lamps with LED for public lighting with subsidies Energy Efficiency Fund offering loans to finance energy efficiency investments for SME’s Voluntary energy rating of dwellings for their energy efficiency performance Implementation of projects to raise the efficiency of thermal power plants Bioenergy strategy Removal of ownership tax for electric/hybrid vehicles Demonstration policies & measures data base for LACs 8 Horizontal or Industry 1- Choose the sector Title Sector National Program for Efficient Energy Use. (...) Programme Energy efficiency Law implementing the mandatory energy efficiency labeling for refrigerators and freezers, lamps, air conditioners and electric washing machines Mandatory information Energy efficiency label for electrical appliances Minimum energy efficiency standard for refrigerators Regulation Standards for household appliances Plan of replacement of existing lamps with LED for public lighting with subsidies Financial Subsidies for investments Energy Efficiency Fund offering loans to finance energy efficiency investments for SME’s Financial Energy efficiency fund Voluntary energy rating of dwellings for their energy efficiency performance Information Voluntary labelling Bioenergy strategy Programme Renewables Removal of ownership tax for electric/hybrid vehicles Fiscal Tax on the purchase of cars linked to efficiency/emissions 15 Demonstration policies & measures data base for LACs 3- Choose the end-use Title End-use National Program for Efficient Energy Use.
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Score: 571223.7 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...events/files/3_demo_db_lac.pdf
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S1-5 Paul Kirai [Compatibility Mode] Promotion of energy efficiency in Industries Experiences from Kenya Presented at UN Forum on Energy Efficiency and energy security in Seoul, Korea 17-18 Decemver 2007 Paul Kirai National Project Manager GEF-KAM Energy Efficiency Project Paul.kirai@kam.co.ke A Case for Energy Efficiency •Ever rising energy costs •Cost reduction and increased profitability • Acute shortage of Energy Efficiency in Kenya • Acute shortage of commercial energy. (...) Successful Energy Efficiency programme A w a re n e s s / S e n s it iz a ti o n I m p le m e n ta ti o n Energy Efficiency in Kenya A w a re n e s s / S e n s it iz a ti o n C a p a c it y B u il d in g I m p le m e n ta ti o n a n d F in a n c in g P o li c y a n d L e g a l fr a m e w o r k 1ST PILLAR - ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROMOTION Constant awareness raising among all stakeholders Market development for energy efficiency services Build confidence among industry Energy Efficiency in Kenya industry Industrial Energy Efficiency Network (IEEN) to help share energy efficiency information and introduce a spirit of healthy competition. Annual Energy Management Awards Energy Efficiency in Kenya AWARDSAWARDS Energy Efficiency in Kenya 2nd Pillar - Capacity Building Continuous training is necessary to develop Energy Efficiency in Kenya develop adequate capacity at all levels.
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Score: 567922.7 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...07/presentations/S15_kirai.pdf
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CONCLUSIONS ON THE STATUS OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY FINANCING AND BARRIERS TO INVESTING IN ENERGY EFFICIENCY 1. (...) Almost all companies implement some measures or projects to improve energy efficiency. Most common measures to improve energy efficiency are implemented to enhance energy efficiency of buildings and to improve energy efficiency of plant and equipment. (...) Assessment of existing investment opportunities for energy efficiency and the level of investment in energy efficiency received 2.
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Score: 567291.6 - https://unece.org/DAM/energy/s...rs-energy_efficiency-FINAL.pdf
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Energy Efficiency in Industry Sector | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Urban Development, Housing & Land Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos UNECE Sustainable Energy Energy Efficiency Energy Efficiency in Industry Sector More options Energy Efficiency Energy Efficiency Activities Energy Efficiency in Industry Sector Energy Efficiency in Buildings Addressing Barriers to improve Energy Efficiency Digitalization in Energy Bureau Meetings and Events Publications Contact us Energy Efficiency in Industry Sector UNECE provides industry with a clear and understandable overview of non-governmental and intergovernmental energy efficiency initiatives in order to help companies decide which are most suited to help them pursue energy efficiency on their own accord for business reasons. The draft Industrial Energy Efficiency Action Plan  (ECE/ENERGY/GE.6/2020/3, available in English , French and Russian ) was developed by the Task Force on Industrial Energy Efficiency. (...) Christian Noll, Managing Director, DENEFF PDF     UNIDO Industry Working Group on Energy Efficiency Mr.  Marco Matteini, Industrial Development Officer, Industrial Energy Efficiency Division, UNIDO PDF     Role of utilities and energy service companies in improving energy efficiency       Cost-effectiveness of energy efficiency programs comparative analysis of efficiency programs Mr.
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Score: 565825.2 - https://unece.org/sustainable-...rgy-efficiency-industry-sector
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Publications Overcoming Barriers to Investing in Energy Efficiency (year 2017) This publication presents the outcome of a survey among the energy efficiency practitioners on the challenges and solutions for overcoming barriers to energy efficiency investments.   (...) SDG 7 Sustainable Energy Improving the efficiency of the energy system What are countries doing to overcome barriers to improving energy efficiency? What approaches have been effective in accelerating investments in energy efficiency? What is being done to improve energy efficiency in industry?
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Score: 565656.35 - https://unece.org/sustainable-...iers-improve-energy-efficiency
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INTRODUCTION 12.3 2.1. Why is energy efficiency an issue? 12.3 2.2. What do we mean by energy efficiency? (...) Who should be concerned with energy efficiency? 12.6 3. THE BENEFITS OF INCREASED ENERGY EFFICIENCY 12.9 4. (...) Energy efficiency programmes 12.22 7. COMMON BARRIERS TO IMPLEMENTATION OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY MEASURES 12.25 7.1.
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Score: 565436.4 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...t/files/2009-02/Module12_0.pdf
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DSD :: Areas of Work :: Energy - Workshops & Seminars - United Nations Forum, Dec 2007 - Presentations Skip to main links | Skip to secondary links | Skip to content Links to UN bodies [an error occurred while processing this directive] Links to site map [an error occurred while processing this directive] UN Economic and Social Development Division for Sustainable Development Main Links [an error occurred while processing this directive] Areas of Work > Energy > Workshops & Seminars > United Nations Forum (12-2007) > Presentations Secondary Links Energy Intergovernmental Decisions Intergovernmental Processes :: Ad Hoc Group of Experts Former Committee Workshops & Seminars Newsletters Publications Documents Links Contact Us Energy: United Nations Forum, Seoul, Republic of Korea, 17-18 December 2007 United Nations Forum on Energy Efficiency and Energy Security for Sustainable Development: Taking Collaborative Action on Climate Change 17-18 December 2007 Seoul, Republic of Korea Presentations Name Affiliation/Title Presentation Opening Session Kathleen Abdalla Division for Sustainable Development, UN DESA Opening Statement Keynote Speakers Han Seung-soo Former Foreign Minister of the Republic of Korea and Special Envoy on Climate Change of the UN Secretary-General Beyond Bali: Perspectives for Addressing the Challenge of Climate Change in the Context of Sustainable Development Barry Worthington United States Energy Association Enhancing Energy Efficiency and Energy Security for Sustainable Development Steven Nadel American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) Realizing the Potential of Energy Efficiency: Overcoming Barriers – An American Perspective Rob P. Kool European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ECEEE) Realizing the Potential of Energy Efficiency: Overcoming Barriers – A European Perspective Session I: Realizing Energy Efficiency in Industry: Policies and Cooperation Potentials Yoo Seung –jick Korea Energy Economics Institute (KEEI) Industrial Energy Efficiency Promotion Policies in the Republic of Korea Lee Jusu Korea Investment Trust Management Company (KITMC) Korea Carbon Fund for Energy Efficiency Bai Quan Energy Efficiency Center (ERI, NDRC), China Promotion of Energy Efficiency in China K.K.Chakarvarti Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Government of India Promotion of Energy Efficiency in Industries: Policies and Experiences in India Paul Kirai Kenya Association of Manufacturers Promotion of Energy Efficiency in industries: Experiences from Kenya Session II: Promoting Energy Efficient and Low Emissions Buildings, Urban Planning and Architecture Kathryn Janda University of Oxford Overview on Policy Options for Enhancing Energy Efficiency in Buildings Josie Close Department of Architecture, University of Hong Kong Energy Efficient and Sustainable Architecture Le Hoang Viet ENERTEAM, Viet Nam Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Hotel Industry Petar Kambarov EnEFFECT, Bulgaria Energy Efficiency in Economies in Transition: The Role of Municipalities Special Lecture Park Hi-Chun Inha University, Republic of Korea Realizing the Potential of Energy Efficiency: Targets, Policies and Measures for G8 Countries – Summary of a UN Foundation Supported Study Session III: Public Benefit Campaigns for Energy Efficiency Anne Arquit Niederberger Policy Solutions, USA/Switzerland “TopTen” Campaign in Europe: Promoting Consumer Awareness and Preferences for Energy Efficiency Dharinee Jotikasthira Consultant and Tanongsak Wongla, Ministry of Energy, Thailand “Divide-by-2” Energy Efficiency Campaigns in Thailand Jing Hui WWF China 1 Energy Efficiency Campaigns in China NB: Presentation submitted; expert not able to attend. 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China Public Benefit Campaigns for Energy Efficiency in Macao Kim Kyung-hee Consultant Overview on Public Benefit Campaigns to Promote Energy Efficiency Session IV: Promoting Energy Efficiency in Lighting and Appliances Sommai Phon-Amnuaisuk IIEC, Thailand Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards: Issues and Co-operation Potentials Rumai Chen Shanghai Energy Conservation Supervision Center Promoting Energy Efficiency Standards in China Kim Yung-rae Korea Energy Management Corporation (KEMCO) Policies for Reduction of Stand-by Electricity Consumption Session V: Perspectives for Greater Energy Efficiency in Transport Astrid Martinez Ortiz Empresa de Energia de Bogota, Colombia Sustainable Urban Public Transport in Developing Countries: The Experience of Columbia Johnny Nahui Ortiz CENERGIA, Peru Experiences in Peru with Conversion of Vehicles from Gasoline to Natural Gas Jo Jun-haeng The Korea Transport Institute (KOTI) Transportation Policies for Reducing GHG Emissions in the Republic of Korea Special Keynote Ken Yeang, Llewelyn Davies Yeang Architects, Malaysia and United Kingdom Designing EcoSkyscrapers Session VI: Roundtable Discussion on Perspectives for North-South and South-South Cooperation in Energy Efficiency Mentor Poveda Organization Latino-Americana de Energia – OLADE, Ecuador Energy Efficiency in Latin America and the Caribbean Sergey Surnin Agency for Rational Energy Use and Ecology, Ukraine Energy Efficiency Experts’ Collaboration: A View from Ukraine Anne Arquit Niederberger Policy Solutions, USA/Switzerland UN Forum Follow-Up: Draft Summary, Conclusions, and Recommendations Session VII: Plenary Roundtable on Energy Efficiency, Energy Security and Climate Change Mitigation: Perspectives for Regional Cooperation Pranesh C.
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Score: 565432.37 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd..._forum1207_presentations.shtml
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Among the discussion items will be best practices in selected economic sectors to improve energy efficiency; high impact policies and measures; exchange of know-how and best practices in industry to significantly improve energy efficiency; principles-based energy performance standard in buildings; role of utilities and energy service companies in improving energy efficiency; and regulatory and policy dialogue addressing barriers to improve energy efficiency. (...) Workshop “Global Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform and Progress in Accelerating Industrial Energy Efficiency. (...) Vahram Jalalyan, UNDP-GEF “Improving Energy Efficiency in Buildings” Project Manager, Armenia (via video link) PDF     Kubilay Kavak, Project Manager, UNDP UNIDO Industrial Energy Efficiency Project, Turkey PDF     Irina Goryunova, Assistant Resident Representative, UNDP Office in Kazakhstan PDF     Andreea Ihos, Regional Programme Support Consultant, Romania PDF     Overcoming financial barriers to improve energy efficiency Oleg Dzioubinski, Energy Efficiency Programme Manager, UNECE PDF     Alejandro Moreno, Energy Specialist, The World Bank PDF     Panama Bartholomy, Programme Director, Investor Confidence Project (ICP) Europe PDF     Steven Fawkes, KAPSARC, Visiting Fellow, Energy Productivity Project, EnergyPro PDF     Workshop on Global Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform and Progress in Accelerating Industrial Energy Efficiency Tim Farrell, Ksenia Petrichenko, Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency PDF     Al Karim Govindji, Carbon Trust PDF     Robert Tromop, Managing Director, Efficient Energy International Limited, New Zealand       Padu S.
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Score: 565293 - https://unece.org/info/events/event/18771
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There is a third factor – beyond operations and administrative efficiency – that affects IFAD’s institutional efficiency. (...) Data has only been found for the Asian Development Bank (59 per cent efficient or highly efficient) and the African Development Bank (50 per cent moderately efficient or better). 24. (...) Evaluation of operations efficiency • How does IFAD’s operations efficiency compare with other comparable organizations?
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Score: 565077.3 - https://www.ifad.org/documents...cc-49d7-2974-2e74-b38da2fbd080
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BUETTNER, Co-Chair, Group of Experts on Energy Efficiency 10:10-10:30 Item 2. Election of officers Igor LITVINYUK, Secretary, Group of Experts on Energy Efficiency 10:30-10:40 Item 3. (...) The discussion will be facilitated by the subsidiary bodies of the Group of Experts on Energy Efficiency: the Task Force on Industrial Energy Efficiency, the Joint Task Force on Energy Efficiency Standards in Buildings, and the Task Force on Digitalization in Energy. Moderator: Aleksandar DUKOVSKI, Chair, Group of Experts on Energy Efficiency Keynote speech: Ekaterina KVASHA, Director, National Energy Efficiency Centre, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation Panellists: - Joint Task Force on Energy Efficiency Standards in Buildings: Vahram JALALYAN, Co-Chair Paloma TALTAVULL DE LA PAZ, Chair, Real Estate Market Advisory Group (REM) - Task Force on Industrial Energy Efficiency: Stefan M.
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Score: 565065.23 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...on%20structure_rev.2_final.pdf
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