Energy Efficiency in Emerging Economies

Paris, Singapore & Rio de Janeiro

Training Weeks 2017

Industrial Energy Efficiency Stream

Client

International Energy Agency (IEA)

Background

The IEA Energy Efficiency in Emerging Economies Training Week is a 5-day training event dedicated to sharing experience with planning, implementing and evaluating energy efficiency policies in emerging economies. The events held in 2015 and 2016 have brought together over 200 ‘next generation’ energy efficiency professionals, primarily from government institutions and supporting organisations in emerging economies.

The aim of these training events is to equip junior energy efficiency policy makers with knowledge and skills to be more effective in their roles. Participants become part of the international energy efficiency community with a large support network to call upon as they progress through their careers.

Brief
  • Review and update training plan and agenda from the industrial energy efficiency training stream conducted in 2016

  • Develop materials and interactive learning exercises

  • Review pre-workshop survey

  • Identify relevant guest speakers

  • Facilitate and deliver sessions at the training over 3 days

  • Develop a training report including recommendations for initiatives that will support ongoing networking between alumni

Photo Gallery

IEA Energy Efficiency Training Week

12 - 16 June 2017, Paris

Introducing the workshop

Introducing the workshop

Patrick Crittenden Photo by Jamie Williams/City of Sydney

Audience interaction

Audience interaction

Photo by Jamie Williams/City of Sydney

Audience interaction

Audience interaction

Photo by Jamie Williams/City of Sydney

Introducing speakers

Introducing speakers

Patrick Crittenden Photo by Jamie Williams/City of Sydney

Audience interaction

Audience interaction

Photo by Jamie Williams/City of Sydney

Facilitating discussion

Facilitating discussion

Panel 1: Encouraging collaboration in commercial and residential buildings Patrick Crittenden, MC Julia Lipton, C40 City Advisor, Sydney See Loke Choo, Executive Manager, Green Building Policy Department, Government of Singapore Ufei Chan, Benchmarking Program Manager at the Institute for Market Transformation for New York City Photo by Jamie Williams/City of Sydney

Facilitating discussion

Facilitating discussion

Panel 2: Leveraging building performance data to inspire action Barry Hooper, Environment Green Built Environment Coordinator, San Francisco Department of Environment Louise Clancy, Principal Programme and Policy Manager, City of London Beck Dawson, General Manager of Corporate Sustainability, Investa Property Group Photo by Jamie Williams/City of Sydney

Facilitating discussion

Facilitating discussion

Panel 3: Enabling markets to drive building performance Patrick Crittenden, MC Wei Zhang, Project Officer, Shenzhen Low-carbon Development Foundation Yuko Nishida, Senior Staff Member, Bureau of Environment, Tokyo Metropolitan Government Matthew Bell, Partner Climate Change and Sustainability Services Ernst & Young Photo by Jamie Williams/City of Sydney

 

 

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