IEA Energy Efficiency Training Week for Southeast Asia

Bangkok, Thailand: 1 April 2019 - 4 April 2019

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The International Energy Agency and Thailand’s Ministry of Energy co-hosted the third Energy Efficiency in Emerging Economies Training Week for Southeast Asia this week, with more than 170 energy efficiency professionals attended from government institutions, industry, academia and supporting organisations across the region. The four-day event supported Thailand’s chairmanship of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) this year, which set energy efficiency in the region as one of its priorities.

The Training Week consisted of five parallel courses on energy efficiency policy in: buildings; appliances and equipment; industry; urban planning; and indicators & evaluation. Each course offered a mix of lectures, interactive discussions and practical exercises. The programme also includes joint sessions on assessing the potential for energy efficiency, tracking progress and communication campaigns as well as a special focus on measuring the social and economic benefits of energy efficiency measures.

Day 1 presentations

Stream 1: Buildings

Stream 2: Appliances & Equipment

Guest Presentation:

Stream 3: Industry

Guest Presentations

Stream 4: Urban Planning

Stream 5: Indicators & Evaluation

Guest Presentations

Day 4 presentations


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