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SUSTAINABLE ENERGY DIVISION

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Extended Bureau Meeting of the Group of Experts on Global Energy Efficiency 21 (GEE21)
8-19 October 2010, Geneva
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Agenda Item 4.2. update by ASEAN
Energy Efficiency and Conservation in the ASEAN Member States
Prasert Sinsukprasert, Asean Centre for Energy, Jakarta, Indonesia
Prasert Sinsukprasert, Ministry of Energy, Thailand
  ENG
Astana MCED 6: Summary
Prasert  Sinsukprasert, DEDE, Thailand
  ENG
Energy, Energy Efficiency, & Renewable Energy in ESCWA Region
Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA) region
Abdul Halem Kassem, Ministry of Electricity, Republic of Syria
  ENG
Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) region
Global Strategy for Energy Efficiency Market Formation to Mitigate Climate Change
Energy Efficiency Issues in Africa
Thierno Bocar Tall, African Biofuel and Renewable Energy Fund, Togo
  ENG
Regional Activities in Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Prasert Sinsukprasert, Ministry of Energy, Thailand
  ENG
UN-ENERGY
A UN Contribution to Accessible, Affordable and Sustainable Energy
Gianluca Sambucini, Secretary, Committee on Sustainable Energy
  ENG
Global Energy Efficiency 21 Strategy
Viktor Badaker, Project Manager GEE21
  ENG


The UNECE Sustainable Energy Division invited participants of UNDAF countries to participate in energy efficiency events including the extended bureau meeting of the group of experts on GEE21 project aimed at dissemination the UNECE knowledge and experience on design and implementation of energy efficiency investment projects. Government officials who are responsible for strategic planning for energy for sustainable development, formulation and implementation of national energy action programmes from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan participated in the meetings. Policy makers from Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, the countries that are not participating in the FEEI project, expressed strong interest in getting actively involved in the GEE21 activities and taking advantage of the experience and knowledge accumulated by the FEEI project.