Energy Efficiency Indicators Workshop
Venue: Paris, France
Dates: 11 June 2013 - 12 June 2013
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of this workshop is to share information about best practices relating to indicators development and their use from a policy-making, analytical and statistical point of view. It will also be an opportunity to review the progress and discuss the path forward for the development of energy efficiency indicators. The workshop constitutes a unique forum that will bring together policy makers, analysts and statisticians from all around the world to discuss and share experiences on the following topics:
- What are the new developments and activities to ensure the relevance, harmonisation and promotion of energy efficiency data and indicators?
- What are the best practices for the development of policy-relevant indicators?
- What changes, if any, should be implemented to the IEA Energy Indicators Database to ensure it remains a good support for data collection, indicators analysis and policy development?
- How the two forthcoming IEA publications, Manual on Statistics for Energy Efficiency Indicators and Manual on Analysis of Energy Efficiency Indicators, can be applied to support development of indicators?
The workshop will be relevant for all parties in both IEA Member and non-Member countries interested in energy efficiency.
A detailed agenda of the workshop will be circulated in April. Drafts of the two forthcoming Manuals on Energy Efficiency will also be circulated to the participants by the end of May. As we did in 2012, we will be counting on your comments and suggestions before the workshop in order to feed part of the discussion on the Manuals during the workshop itself.
Moreover, we would like to make the workshop as interactive as possible and a two-way process between the Secretariat and participants. As a consequence, should you have any particular topics you would like to raise (or present) let us know for taking it into account when finalizing the Agenda.
Amb. Richard Jones, Deputy Executive Director, International Energy Agency
Jean-François Gagné, Head of Energy Technology Policy Division
Jean-Yves Garnier, Head of Energy Data Centre
Session 1: A fast growing need for more detailed indicators to understand trends: where are we? What more is required?
Chair: Jean-François Gagné, Head of Energy Technology Policy Division
Understanding and assessing the potential for energy efficiency improvements: the Efficient World Scenario of the World Energy Outlook
Marco Baroni, International Energy Agency
Robust data as a driver for policy development
Jens Laustsen, Global Buildings Performance Network
Indicators to monitor the German Energiewende
Wolfgang Eichhammer, Fraunhofer ISI, Germany
EU policies to drive energy efficiency improvements
Gergana Miladinova, European Commission, DG ENER
Tracking the progress towards energy efficiency goals
Ashok Sarkar/Robert Tromop, World Bank/International Energy Agency
Session 2: Recent development and progress in international data reporting and indicators development
Chair: Philippe Benoit, Head of Energy Efficiency and Environment Division
Data situation for IEA member countries – has it improved?
Roberta Quadrelli and Taejin Park, International Energy Agency
Benefit of collaboration: what was done, what is left to do
Didier Bosseboeuf, ODYSSEE Network
Increasing collaboration to improve data and analysis in the APEC region
Shigeru Kimura, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation
Development of indicators to understand efficiency potential
Amel Bida, Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
Round table discussion: how do we globalise our respective abilities?
Session 3: Filling the gap and overcoming the barriers – Country experience
Chair: Nathalie Trudeau, Energy Analyst, Energy Technology Policy Division
New survey method in the transport sector
Adrien Montpetit, Transport Canada
Data collection for the industry sectors
Malin Blomqvist, Swedish Energy Agency
Data collection for the service sectors
Moon-Sun Choi, Korea Energy Economics Institute
Spanish experience in energy statistics in the household sector
Pilar de Arriba Segurado, IDEA, Spain
Session 4: Development of tools to support the development of energy efficiency indicators
Chair: Robert Tromop, Head of Energy Efficiency Unit
Data collection for energy and activity statistics – the Energy Statistics Compiler Manual
Karen Treanton, International Energy Agency (in collaboration with the United Nations Statistics Division)
Current status of the Eurostat project on final energy consumption in household in the EU
Roeland Mertens, Eurostat
Savings calculation standard as a tool for international evaluation
Piet Boonekamp, ECN, Netherlands
IEA Energy Efficiency Manuals
Roberta Quadrelli/Nathalie Trudeau, International Energy Agency
Round table discussion: The IEA Manuals
Session 5: How to raise the profile and visibility of energy efficiency indicators
Chair: Jean-Yves Garnier, Head of Energy Data Centre
Raising the profile of energy statistics and indicators
Duncan Millard, Department of Energy and Climate Change, United Kingdom
Developing products for high-level audience
John Appleby, Office of Energy Efficiency, Canada
Open data policy, linked open data concept
Aleksandra Arcipowska, Building Performance Institute Europe (BPIE)
Interactive data visualisation
Davide D’Ambrosio, International Energy Agency
Round table discussion
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