Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Opening Session

Welcoming Remarks
Mr. Kenji KOBAYASHI, President of APREC

Session 1:What is the Potential of EE and How Can APEC Economies Achieve it by implementing high-performance energy efficiency policies?

Part 1. EE goals, action plans and Best / High Performance EE Policies (e.g. Cross-sectoral Policies and Policies for Appliances)

CEEDS Workshops on Appliance Energy Efficiency Standards and Labeling: Lessons to Date
Mr. Jeffrey Harris, ASE
The IEA’s 25 EE Recommendations -Progress to Date and Next Steps
Dr. Grayson C. Heffner, IEA
About the project of the State program of energy conservation and improving energy efficiency for the period till 2020
Mr. Alexey V. Slepkov, Ministry of Energy, Russia
Goal, Action Plan and Policies to Promote Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Ms. Mulyaningati Ratna Ariati Farida Listyawardhani , MEMR, Indonesia
Energy Efficiency Policy and Practices in Korea
Dr. Yonghun Jung, KEEI, Korea
Energy Efficiency in Peru
Mr. Ismael V. Aragon, Ministry of Energy and Mines, Peru
Energy Efficiency Policy of Chinese Taipei
Mr. Juen-Shen Wei, MOEA, Chinese Taipei

Part 2. EE Goals, Action Plans and Best / High Performance EE Policies (e.g. Building Sector, Industry Sector and Transport Sector)

Building Codes and Infrastructure to Reduce the Energy Consumption in Buildings
Mr. P. Marc LaFrance, US DOE, USA
Assessment of China’s Energy-Saving and Emission-Reduction Accomplishments and Opportunities During the 11th Five Year Plan
Dr. Nan Zhou, LBNL
ADB's Energy Policy 2009 & Clean Energy Program
Dr. Worapot Manupipatpong, ADBI
Low Carbon Economy - Energy Efficiency and Conservation Initiatives in Hong Kong
Efficiency and Conservation Initiatives in Hong Kong Ir. Sek Cheung Wong, Government of the Hong Kong Administrative Region, Hong Kong, China
State Policy on Energy Saving and Energy Efficiency in the Russian Federation
Dr. Vladimir Vasilievich Saenko, Institute of Energy Strategy, Russia
Singapore's Energy Efficiency Blueprint for Households & Precincts
Ms. Sharon Hui Chen Tan, EMA, Singapore
Energy Efficiency Programs in Thailand
Mr. Sarat Prakobchart, MOE, Thailand

Session 2: APEC Energy Demand and Supply Outlook, Theme: Why Business As Usual is Unsustainable?

Emission pathways for climate stabilisation
Dr. Andy Reisinger, New Zealand Climate Change Research Institute, New Zealand
Why Business as Usual is Unsustainable ?
Dr. Fatih Birol, IEA
Australian energy outlook to 2030
Ms. Jane Melanie, ABARE, Australia
The U.S. Energy Outlook and Analysis of Potential Climate Change Legislation
Mr. Glen E. Sweetnam, US DOE, USA
APEC Energy Demand and Supply Outlook
Dr. Ralph D. Samuelson, Vice President, APERC

Thursday, 4 March 2010

Session 3: Policies to promote Low-Carbon Energy Supply in APEC

Policies to Promote Low Carbon Energy Supply in APEC
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Suthiphand Chirathivat Chulalongkorn University
Reducing Oil Consumption and Emissions in Road Transport
Dr. Timur I. Gül, IEA
Meeting East Asia’s Growing Energy Needs in a Sustainable Manner
Dr. Narasimham Vijay Jagannathan East Asia and Pacific Region, World Bank
Chinese Renewable Energy Policies and Development Prospects
Mr. Jianping Liu, CECIC Renewable Energy Investment Corporation, China
Japan’s REN Energy Policy Strategies to overcome barriers for sustainable future
Mr. Masatoshi Shinagawa, METI, Japan
Policies to Promote Low-carbon Energy Supply in APEC
Ms. Badriyah HJ. ABD. Malek, Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water, Malaysia
Renewables framework in Mexico
Mr. Julio A. Valle Pereña, MOE, Mexico
Renewable Energy in New Zealand
Dr. Richard M. Hawke, Ministry of Economic Development, New Zealand
Re goals and Policies to Promote re in Vietnam
Dr. Hoang Tien Dung, Institute of Energy, Vietnam

Session 4: APERC Projects for 2010 – 2011

APERC Presentation ( Part I: Outlook)
Dr. Ralph D. Samuelson, Vice President, APERC
(Part II: EE related activities such as PREE and CEEDS)
Dr. Weerawat Chantanakome, Senior Team Leader, APERC