Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan through the International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation (IPEEC) and the Energy Management Action Network (EMAK).
The 7th Energy Management Action Network (EMAK) Workshop brought together Russian and International experts on energy management and the use of Energy Performance Contrcting to drive energy efficiency improvement.
MC the workshop and present an Australian perspective on Creating Opportunities to improve energy efficiency through Energy Management Systems and Energy Service Company programs.
A workshop report, presentation copies and videos of the event are available here.
Global Perspectives on Improving Energy Management and the application of Energy Service Company programs
The 7th annual Energy Management Action NetworK (EMAK) workshop under the International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation (IPEEC)
19 November, 2015
Gostviny Dvor Exhibition Centre, Moscow, Russia
Marco Matteini from UNIDO and Aleksay Konev from the Russian Energy Agency share insights on energy efficiency policy
From Right to Left Ms. Ogawa, The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan Mr. Kovalchuk, Russian Department of Industry and Infrastructure Mr. Konev, Russian Energy Agency Mr. Mitreikin, Department of Energy Efficiency, Russian Ministry of Energy Dr. Crittenden, Director, Sustainable Business P/L Dr. Matteini, UNIDO Mr. Maekawa, Japan Association of Energy Service Companies
Energy Efficiency Policy and Practice in Australia - Opportunities to improve energy efficiency through Energy Management Systems and Energy Service Company programs