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19th Session of the Steering Committee of the Energy Efficiency 21 Project
Geneva, 28-29 May 200
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International conference organized by the Energy Charter Secretariat in close cooperation with
UNECE and International Energy Agency (IEA/OECD):
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION ON ENERGY EFFICIENCY: WORKING TOGETHER FOR A LOW-CARBON ECONOMY

Geneva, 28 May 2008
 
Presentations

 

28 MAY 2008         29 May

 

Presentation Title & Author Size Downlaod
Key Note Address: Energy Efficiency and Global Action on Climate Change
Brice Lalonde
Special Ambassador for Climate Change France
1183 [English]
Session One: The Drivers for Energy Efficiency and its Role in a Low-carbon Economy
An international climate change regime: where does energy efficiency fit?
Vitaly Matsarski, Coordinator, Reporting Data & Analysis Programme
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Secretariat
656 [English]

Energy efficiency for energy security
Daojiong Zha, Professor, School of International Studies, Peking University
26 [English]
Energy efficiency past performance and future potential
Richard Bradley, Head, Energy Efficiency and Environment Division, International Energy Agency
391 [English]
Session Two: National Perspectives Implementation – the Current Imperative: What Can Governments and Industry Do?
Making Energy Efficiency work in Australia
Anne Pellegrino, Assistant Secretary, Energy Efficiency Branch
Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts
785 [English]
Making Energy Efficiency Work in Europe
Fabrizio Barbaso, Deputy Director General for Energy, European Commission, DG-TREN
294 [English]
Making Energy Efficiency Work in Russia
Sergei Mikhailov, Director, Department of State Energy Policy, Ministry of Industry and Energy
503 [English]
Making Energy Efficiency Work in Japan
Takeshi Miki, Director, Energy Efficiency and Conservation Division, METI
807 [English]
Making Energy Efficiency Work in India
Vaidhyanathan Raghuraman, Head, Energy, Environment and Natural Resources
Confederation of Indian Industry
186 [English]
Session Three: Sectoral Perspectives Implementation – the Current Imperative: What Can Governments and Industry Do?
Making Energy Efficiency Work for Large Industries
Russell Mills, Director, Climate Change and Energy Policy, Dow Chemicals
1108 [English]
Making Energy Efficiency Work for Household Appliances
Luigi Meli, General Director, European Committee of Manufacturers of Domestic Equipment
84 [English]
Making Energy Efficiency work in Transport
Willie Tomboy, Director, Environmental Affairs, Toyota Europe
1672 [English]
Making Energy Efficiency Work for Energy Suppliers
Carlo Luzzato, Director, Marketing and Business Development, Ansaldo Energia
866 [English]
Making Energy Efficiency Work for the Gas Industry and Consumers
Alexander Karasevich, Director General, Promgaz
725 [English]