Energy Management Action Network
EMAK is managed by the International Energy Agency (IEA) and the Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ). The EMAK project contributes to the activities of a Task Group of the International Partnership of Energy Efficiency Cooperation (IPEEC) and the Government of Japan. Funding for the EMAK project is dependent on Voluntary Contributions from interested parties. To date, funding and in-kind contributions have been provided by the Governments of Japan, China, Australia and the US.
The Energy Management Action Network (EMAK) was established in 2009 to promote the improvement of industrial energy efficiency and energy savings in industry and the commercial sector. The primary objective of EMAK is to contribute to accelerated uptake of energy management practices and systems in industry and the commercial sector through creating platforms for sharing proven and innovative practices and facilitating capacity building. This includes creating opportunities for networks between policy makers and industry practitioners and establishing platforms to share best practices on policy frameworks, human resource development and on state-of-art management systems and practices.
Workshop 8: held on 3 February 2017, in Jakarta Indonesia. The Workshop was jointly organised by the Energy Conservation Center, Japan (ECCJ) and the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) sponsored by the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and was supported by the Directorate General of New Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation (DGNREEC) under the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR) of Indonesia.
Energy Management Action NetworK (EMAK) workshop 8
Workshop 7: Held in Moscow on 19th November 2015, this workshop was organised in conjunction with Russia’s largest energy efficiency forum “ENES 2015.” The workshop included presentations from highly respected domestic and international speakers who shared experiences from Russia, Japan, China, Australia and the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO).
Energy Management Action NetworK (EMAK) workshop 7
Workshop 6: Held at the Taj Hotel in New Delhi on 25th February, the workshop focused on Promoting Energy Efficiency in Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) and Waste Heat Recovery Measures in India.
Energy Management Action NetworK (EMAK) workshop 6
Workshop 5: Held in Sydney, Australia, February 2014, this workshop focused on energy efficiency in Manufacturing SMEs, sharing Australian and international experience in policy and programme design.
Energy Management Action networK (EMAK) workshop 5
Workshop 4: Held in Tokyo, Japan, January 2013, this workshop focused on how energy management can facilitate rapid reductions in industrial electricity consumption.
Energy Management Action networK (EMAK) workshop 4
Workshop 3: Held in Guilin City, China, in November 2011, the workshop focused on heavy industry sectors such as iron & steel and concrete, as well as on how energy management can benefit small and medium enterprises.
Energy Management Action networK (EMAK) workshop 3
Workshop 2: Held in Washington DC, USA, in May 2010, this workshop focused on sharing experiences based on practical examples of energy management around the world and a special session on ISO 50001.
Energy Management Action networK (EMAK) workshop 2
Workshop 1: Held in Paris, France, in January 2010, this workshop focused on needs of stakeholders and elements needed for establishing robust networks to promote energy management in industry.
Energy Management Action networK (EMAK) workshop 1
Webinar 1: Held in March 2012, this webinar focused on the role of governments and how energy management in industry can be stimulated through programmes and explored the future role and activities of EMAK.
Our work on Energy efficiency
Global Trends in Energy Efficiency
Released October 2017
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Energy Efficiency in Emerging Economies
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Benefits of Energy Efficiency
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Events & workshops
WorkshopEnhancing the Impact of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Policies - A joint workshop of the IEA Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Working PartiesFrench Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ministerial Conference Centre, Paris
WorkshopBeyond energy savings: The multiple benefits of energy efficiency Ministerial Conference Centre, 27 rue de la Convention, 75015 Paris
WorkshopIEA Workshop on Energy Management Systems and Digital Technologies for Industrial Energy Efficiency and ProductivityOECD (Boulogne), 46 Quai Le Gallo, 92100, Room BB1