The International Energy Agency, Asian Development Bank, International Copper Association, Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources and Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership hosted a roundtable discussion on Energy Efficiency Policy Recommendations (EEPRs) for the Southeast Asia Region. welcome photo
The roundtable was conducted 11-12 December at the Shangri-La Hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia. More than fifty energy efficiency experts from public, private, international and inter-governmental institutions took part. See: team photo team photo 2
The roundtable featured presentations on regional energy efficiency intiatives and national energy efficiency policy implementation, as well as discussion sessions on regional energy efficiency market opportunities and barriers.
This roundtable is part of a two-year, global collaborative effort to tailor IEA’s 25 Energy Efficiency Policy recommendations (EEPRs) to regional needs. The first workshop was held in Amman, Jordan, April 2013 and produced the first set of EEPRs for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean (SEMED)/Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
This roundtable is the second regional workshop delivered by IEA working closely with ADB and the Indonesian Government. The result of the roundtable will provide the material for a chapter on the South East Asia region in an upcoming IEA report entitled Energy Efficiency Policy Recommendations for the Developing World.
Energy Efficiency Policies for the Southeast Asia Region on 11-12 December 2013
DAY 1 – Wednesday, 11 December, 2013
Rida Mulyana, Director General, DGNREEC, Indonesia
Anthony Jude, Senior Advisor and Energy Practice Leader, ADB
Robert Tromop, Head of Energy Efficiency Unit , IEA
Session 1. Presentation session - Regional co-operation on energy efficiency policies and programmes in SE Asia region. This session will present region-wide efforts to develop energy efficiency strategies, master plans, co-operation, and policy development.
Moderator: Yerim Park, Programme Officer – Southeast Asia, International Energy Agency
Aiming Zhou, Senior Energy Specialist, ADB
Asia overview of energy sustainability challenges
Sergey Tulinov, Economic Affairs Officer, UNESCAP
Chris Seeley, Clinton Climate Initiative
Thanawat Koomsin, Secretary General, Thai Automotive Industry Association
Thomas K. Dreessen, President & CEO, EPS Capital
ASEAN-SHINE- ASEAN Standards Harmonization Initiative for Energy efficiency
Pierre Cazelles, Director, International Copper Association(ICA)
Session 2. Presentation session – Progress on developing and implementing national energy efficiency policies in SE Asia countries. This session will focus on recent progress in developing national energy efficiency policies.
Moderator: Anthony Jude, Senior Advisor and Energy Practice Leader, ADB
Development of Indonesia's Energy Efficiency and conservation policies
Maritje Hutapea, Energy Conservation Director, DGNREEC, Indonesia
Ram Bhaskar, Director, Energy Efficiency and Conservation, National Environment Agency, Singapore
Energy Efficiency Standards and Labelling Legislation in APEC: Lessons for ASEAN New Comers
Xunpeng Shi, Chief Researcher, Brunei National Energy Research Institute
Cambodia’s National Energy Efficiency Policies
Heang Bora, Deputy Director, Ministry of Industry, Mines & Energy, Cambodia
Early results from Thailand's 20 year Energy Efficiency Development Plan
Pongjaroon, Executive Director, Energy Conservation Center of Thailand (ECCT)
Zulkiflee Umar, Head of Demand Side Management Unit, Ministry of Energy, Green Technology & Water, Malaysia
Progress on The Philippines Energy Efficiency and Conservation Roadmap
Jesus Anunciacion, Director, Department of Energy, Philippines
Session 3. Discussion session – Market opportunities and barriers specific to SE Asia region. This session will discuss conditions found in the SE Asia region that create specific market opportunities and produce particular barriers that should be addressed with regionally-focused policies and programmes.
Moderator: Robert Tromop, Head of Energy Efficiency Unit , IEA
- Where are the biggest energy savings opportunities?
- What are the most persistent market, technical, institutional barriers in the region?
- What progress has been made in developing policy interventions that overcome these barriers?
- Which types of policies – regulatory or market or other – have proven effective in the region?
- Dr. Judianto Hasan, Chairman, Indonesia ESCO Association
- Arthit Vechakij, President, Thai ESCO Association
- Aiming Zhou, Senior Energy Specialist, ADB
- Jesper Vauvert, Program Officer, Danish Energy Management
- Pierre Cazelles, Director, International Copper Association(ICA)
Session 4. Presentation and discussion session – Energy efficiency policies around the world and their applicability to SE Asia region. This session will present the major categories of regulatory, market and other policies designed to promote energy efficiency.
Moderator: Kyeong Hee Je, Energy Efficiency Analyst, IEA
Results of the WEC Survey of country energy efficiency policies
Dr. Didier Bosseboeuf, Senior Economist, French Environment and Energy Management Agency(ADEME)
The IEAs 25 Energy Efficiency Policy Recommendations
Robert Tromop, Head of Energy Efficiency Unit, International Energy Agency
Energy Efficiency Policy Effectiveness - experience from APERC peer reviews
Luke Leaver, Economist, Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre (APERC)
- Which interventions will be effective in overcoming barriers in the SE Asia region?
- Do we need sectoral policies, or will cross-sectoral policies cover everything?
- Choosing between regulatory and market policies – and tips for combining them
- Pierre Cazelles, Director, ICA
- Robert Tromop, Head of Unit, IEA
- Luke Leaver, Economist, APERC
Organize Day 2 working sessions. Participants self-select their sector-specific working group – Buildings, Industry and Energy Providers, Transport, Appliances and Lighting, or Cross-Sectoral
HOSTED DINNER RECEPTION
DAY 2 – Thursday, December 12, 2013
Session 5. Policy Development Working Sessions. The participants will work in small groups organized by sector. Each small group will work according to the general schedule listed below, taking notes and preparing to report-out results. Each working group will appoint a rapporteur to report-out their results in the afternoon session.
Each policy development working group will be facilitated by anenergy efficiency expert.
Discuss and agree the major energy savings opportunities and barriers within SE Asia region – and identify major differences across countries within the region
Discuss which of the policy recommendations put forward by the IEA and other organizations are applicable to the SE Asia region
Develop, discuss and agree additional policies especially applicable to the SE Asia region which are not found in the IEA or other recommendations.
Working as a group, determine a rank-ordering of the policies, e.g., which are most important and which are less important.
Working as a group led by the rapporteur, prepare a presentation on the group’s process and conclusions
Session 6. Reporting out the policy development working session results. Each break-out session will report out their results, beginning with the rapporteur reports followed by Q&A.
Moderator : Kyeong Hee Je, Energy Efficiency Analyst, IEA
Facilitator: Jesper Vauvert
Industrial Policies(Including utilities)
Facilitator: Zaini Abdul Wahab
Apliances policies(including lightings)
Facilitator: Aimimg Zhou
Facilitator: Didier Bosseboeuf
Facilitator: Robert Tromop
Session 7. Discussion Session: The Way Forward – Developing energy efficiency policies for the SE Asia region. This session will focus on what the participants should take from this workshop in terms of the SE Asia region and its particular characteristics and needs with regard to energy savings opportunities, market and other barriers, policy recommendations, and regional co-operation.
Moderator: Aiming Zhou, Senior Energy Specialist, ADB
- Using SE Asia region energy efficiency policy recommendations to promote regional dialogue
- Mobilizing regional technical and political networks to raise awareness and build support for national energy efficiency policies
- Common platform for sharing and implementing Energy Efficiency
- Maritje Hutapea, Director, DGNREEC
- Didier Bosseboeuf, Senior Economist, ADEME
- Ram Bhaskar, Director, Energy Efficiency and Conservation, National Environment Agency, Singapore
- Zaini Abdul Wahab, Director, CONNECSYS SDN BHD