The multiple benefits of industrial energy efficiency policy – experience in Australia and Mongolia
Presentation at a Roundtable on Industrial Productivity and Competitiveness Impacts
International Energy Agency Headquarters
Monday January 27, 2014
This roundtable provides a platform to discuss existing and promising approaches used to quantify non-energy benefits, identify a key set of indicators that are feasible and relevant for industry and policy-makers and explore methods for quantification. Ways in which information on non-energy benefits can be used to promote energy efficiency implementation were also explored. The roundtable included a discussion exploring challenges, gaps and discuss how to move forward with this issue.
Patrick Crittenden presented as part of Session 3:The bigger picture on industrial energy efficiency impacts. This session focused on the synergies between industrial level and policy-level efforts – and what approaches can be used to obtain useful data with minimum effort. The session also covered the value of quantifying economy-wide benefits of industrial energy efficiency and a discussion on possible approaches and challenges. Patrick presented on his experience and research progressing the application of multiple benefits at the level of policy and practice in Australia and Mongolia.
A copy of the presentation is available here.
The roundtable agenda and presentations are available here.