The Energy Management Action networK (EMAK)

Linking policy makers with industry practitioners

The first EMAK Webinar on 12 March, 2012
A webinar to share the outcomes of EMAK activities

1. Introduction (Ms. Yukari Yamashita, IEEJ)

2. Presentations
- Policy Pathways on Energy Management Program
 (Ms. Julia Reinaud, IIP)
- Report of compilation of three EMAK workshops
(Mr. Wayne Wescott, Wescott & Wyman)
3.  Q & A
4.  Closing (Mr. Jungwook Park, IEA)


The third EMAK workshop at Guilin, China on 
November 15, 2011
The workshop was co-organised by the Government of China and the Government of Japan in cooperation with the IEA and the IEEJ under the framework of the International Partnership for Energy Efficiency 
Cooperation (IPEEC).

Held in Guilin City, China, this workshop had a large group of attendees from China and over ten other countries. The sessions focused on heavy industry sectors such as iron & steel and concrete, as well as the role of small and medium enterprises. 


Second EMAK workshop in Washington USA on 10 May, 2010

A successful EMAK workshop was completed with over sixty people listening to presentations and providing interesting discussions. Highlights included practical examples of energy management around the world and a special session on the current status of ISO 50001.
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First EMAK preliminary workshop in Paris France on 26-27 January 2010

A fascinating set of sessions were held to commence the new network, with a wide range of presentations and particularly compelling discussions that raised many issues. A survey was taken of professional energy managers as well and the group gave valuable direction to EMAK for future approaches.
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New Publication from IEA

This new Policy Pathway, jointly produced by the International Energy Agency and the Institute for Industrial Productivity, develops the critical steps for policy makers implementing energy management programmes for industry.


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