G20: Energy End-Use Data and Energy Efficiency Metrics initiative

Venue: Paris, France

Dates: 12 December 2016 - 12 December 2016

Organiser: ADEME/IEA

Contact Email: stats@iea.org



Welcome address, François Moisan, Director of strategy, research and international direction, ADEME (on behalf of the French government)
Key note welcome, Paul Simons, Executive Deputy Director, IEA

Session 1: End-use data collection and its use in national policy
Chair: Duncan Millard, International Energy Agency

The importance of energy efficiency data for policy (Brian Motherway, IEA)
The importance of end-use data for monitoring energy efficiency (Isabelle Vincent, ADEME)
Canada (John Appleby, Natural Resources Canada) 
Italy (Gabriella Azzolini, ENEA) 
Indonesia (Golfritz Sahattua Sohuturon, PUSDATIN) 
China (Jianwu Wen, NBS)
United States (Eileen O’Brien, EIA)
UK (Julian Prime, BEIS)
Australia (Louise Vickery, DEE and ARENA)
Mexico (Juan Navarrete, CONUEE)
Efficiency data in the APEC economies (Masazumi Hirono, APERC)

Session 2: International assistance on end-use data collection
Chair: Isabelle Vincent, ADEME

Residential data collection – MESH  (Cristian Feite, Eurostat)
The IEA experience – sharing good practices (Gianluca Tonolo, IEA)
The experience in Latin America : the BIEE project  (Andres Schuschny, UN ECLAC)

Session 3: The energy end-use data and metrics initiative: how to move forward?
Chair: Isabelle Vincent, ADEME

An overview of the survey results (Roberta Quadrelli, IEA) 
Proposed elements for international cooperation on end-use data and metrics (Didier Bosseboeuf, ADEME, France)
Round table on G20 countries views and priorities on the initiative 
Conclusions (François Moisan ADEME, France; Duncan Millard, IEA)