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2nd Session Group of Experts on Energy Efficiency

5 - 6 November 2015

Salle V, Palais des Nations, Geneva

The second session of the Group of Experts on Energy Efficiency will focus its discussions on activities that help significantly improve energy efficiency in the UNECE region and the role that UNECE and the Group of Experts can play in this process. The session will include a workshop on best policy practices for promoting energy efficiency, take stock of the implementation of the Work Plan for 2014–2015, and discuss the activities to be included in the Work Plan for 2016–2017. The session is expected to adopt the Work Plan of the Group of Experts for 2016–2017.

 

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Document Title ENG
Provisional TimetablePDF
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Annotated Provisional Agenda for the second Session
ECE/ENERGY/GE.6/2015/1
PDFPDFPDF
Report of the Group of Experts on Energy Efficiency on its second session
ECE/ENERGY/GE.6/2015/2
PDFPDFPDF
Draft Work Plan of the Group of Experts on Energy Efficiency for 2016-2017
ECE/ENERGY/GE.6/2015/3
PDFPDFPDF
Report of the Group of Experts on Energy Efficiency on its first session
ECE/ENERGY/GE.6/2014/2
PDFPDFPDF
Best Policy Practices for Promoting Energy Efficiency
ECE/ENERGY/100
PDFPDFPDF
Analysis of National Case Studies on Policy Reforms to Promote Energy Efficiency Investments
ECE/ENERGY/97
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Informal Document TitleENGFRERUS
Electricity System Development: A Focus on Smart Grids. Overview of Activities and Players in Smart GridsPDF
Draft Conclusions and Recommendations of the Second Session of the Group of Experts on Energy Efficiency
GEEE/GE.6/2015/INF.1
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List of Bureau MembersPDF
Draft Term of reference for the Joint Task Force on Energy Efficiency Standards in Buildings PDF
Statement of Joint Action adopted at the Sixth International Forum on Energy for Sustainable DevelopmentPDFPDF
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Workshop on best policy practices for promoting energy efficiency (Agenda Item 3)
Keynote presentation
Robert Tromop, Independent Expert, former Head of Energy Efficiency Unit, International Energy Agency (IEA)
PDF
Andrei Miniankou, Department for Energy Efficiency, State Committee on Standardization, BelarusPDF
Zlatko Pavicic, Ministry of Economy, CroatiaPDF
Christian Noll, Managing Director, DENEFF (German Industry Initiative for Energy Efficiency), Germany PDF
Gabriela Prata Dias, Adene – Energy Agency, PortugalPDF
Antonela Solujić, Ministry of Mining and Energy, SerbiaPDF
Aleksandar Dukovski, Director, Energy Agency of the Republic of Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of MacedoniaPDF
Martin K. Patel, Chair in Energy Efficiency, University of GenevaPDF
Report on the implementation of the Work Plan of the Group of Experts for 2014–2015 (Agenda Item 4)
Report on the implementation of the Work Plan of the Group of Experts for 2014–2015
Tim Farrell Chair, Group of Experts on Energy Efficiency and  Oleg Dzioubinski, Sustainable Energy Division
PDF
Electricity System Development: A focus on Smart Grids
David Elzinga, UNECE Secretariat
PDF
International Forum on Energy for Sustainable Development (Agenda Item 5)
Oleg Dzioubinski, Secretary, GEEE, Economic Affairs Officer, SEDPDF
Katia Simeonova, UNFCCC secretariatPDF
Renewal of Mandate and Draft Work Plan of the Group of Experts on Energy Efficiency for 2016–2017 (Agenda Item 6)
Exchange of know-how and best practices in selected economic sectors on how to improve significantly energy efficiency in the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe region (Agenda Item 6 (a)
Aleksandar Dukovski, Director, Energy Agency of the Republic of MacedoniaPDF
Zlatko Pavicic, Ministry of Economy, CroatiaPDF
Martin K. Patel, Chair in Energy Efficiency, University of Geneva PDF
Sean Esterly, Project Lead, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, (NREL)PDF
Exchange of know-how and best practices in the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe on the role of standards and guidelines to improve significantly energy efficiency in the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe region (Agenda Item 6 (b))
Stefanie Held, Chief, Sustainable Energy Section, SEDPDF
Domenica Carriero, Consultant, Housing and Land Management Unit, UNECEPDF
Christian Noll, Managing Director, DENEFF, GermanyPDF
Kirsi Silander, Technical Programme Manager, International Organization for Standardization (ISO)PDF
Amina Lang, International Passive House AssociationPDF
Stefan Buettner, Head, IPEEC (International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation)PDF
Exchange of approaches and best practices for utilities and energy service companies to improve energy efficiency in the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe region, including quality of service regulation (Agenda Item 6 (c))
Alisa Yushchenko, Researcher, University of GenevaPDF
Regulatory and policy dialogue addressing barriers to improve energy efficiency (Agenda Item 6 (d))
Aleksandar Dukovski, Director, Energy Agency of the Republic of MacedoniaMP4
Aigul Absametova, Expert, Eurasian Development BankPDF
Robert Tromop, Independent ExpertPDF
Facilitate engagement in the Global Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform (Agenda Item 6 (e))
Tim Farrell, Chair, GEEE, Senior Advisor, Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency PDF
Stefan Buettner, Energy Policy Advisor, IPEECPDF