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What is EMAK?

IPEEC

The IEA

EMAK agenda for workshop 2, Washington

Date:    May 10th, 2010
Venue:    Room 150B, Washington DC Convention Center, Washington DC
Theme:     Working Together: how can industry and government co-operate to promote energy efficiency?

Agenda

Opening Session: Welcome (8:00-8:20)
Moderator : Dr. Nigel Jollands, Head of Energy Efficiency Unit, IEA
Speaker 1: Mr Rick Duke, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Climate Policy, Policy and International Affairs, DOE, USA
Speaker 2: Ambassador Richard Jones, Deputy Executive Director, IEA

Introductory session: (8:20-9:00)
The objective of this session is to provide background context on IPEEC and the role of EMAK within IPEEC’s broader mandate. In order to make sure that we will be building on key outcomes and themes from the first Paris workshop, a summary of the discussions at the first workshop will be presented. In addition, a brief overview presentation on the range of joint activities that industry and governments undertake around the world to promote energy management will be made.
Moderator : Dr. Nigel Jollands, Head of Energy Efficiency Unit, IEA
Speaker 1(8:20-08:30) : Mr. Osamu Onodera, Director, METI, Japan
“Summary of Discussions at the First EMAK Workshop in January 2010”
Speaker 2 (08:30-08:45) : Mr. Wayne Wescott, Director, Wescott and Wyman Global
“Overview: How industry and governments cooperate in energy management”
Q & A (08:45-09:00)

Session A: Managing Energy Use – the Business Perspective (9:00-10:50)
The objective of this session is to understand how businesses approach energy management from a strategic perspective with other internal policies e.g. financing, communication and the level of delegation to energy managers as well as government policies. Four companies from different countries will make presentations on their companies’ activities in the area of energy management and the benefits which their companies implement through energy management.
Moderator : Mr James Quinn, Senior Technical Advisor, Industrial Technologies Program, DOE, USA
Speaker 1: Mr. Hidetoshi Suzuki, Deputy General Manager of Idemitsu Kosan Co., Ltd. (Japan) (9:00-9:20)
Speaker 2 : Mr Paul Hamilton, Senior Vice President Energy Efficiency, Schneider Electric, USA (9:20-9:40)
Speaker 3 Mr. Kevin Geoghegan, Manager Intel, Ireland (9:40-10:00)
Speaker 4: Mr. P K Chobe, Plant Head of Tata Motors Ltd. (India) (10:00-10:20)
Round Table Discussion (10:20-10:50)
Discussants :
Mr. Osamu Onodera, Director, METI, Japan
Dr. Nigel Jollands, Head of Energy Efficiency Unit, IEA
Ms. Yukari Yamashita, Senior Research Fellow, The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan

Coffee break (10:50-11:15) – please collect your lunch box

Session B: Luncheon session on ISO 50001: How can ISO 50001 support both government and industry to promote energy efficiency? (11:15-12:15)
The objective of this session is to exchange views on how the introduction of ISO 50001 can facilitate energy management in a company and support the achievement of the goal of EMAK: the promotion of energy management in industry through the network of policy makers responsible for promoting energy management. After a presentation on the current status, a round table discussion consisting of discussants from both business and governments around the world will be held.
Moderator : Mr. Osamu Onodera, Director, METI, Japan
Speaker : Mr. Roland Risser, Program Manager, U.S. Dept. of Energy
Round Table Discussion
Mr. Kevin O'Rourke, Manager of Energy Demand Management, SEAI (Ireland)
Mr. Ken Hamilton, Hewlett Packard (USA)

Session C: Some successful examples of energy management – What do energy managers need to know? (12:30-13:30)
The objective of this session is to provide policy makers with a better idea of the key elements for successful energy management. In this session, more specific experiences including obstacles, training and education and review processes in the implementing stage will also be shared. Three companies from different countries will make presentations on successful examples of energy management.
Moderator : Mr. Wayne Wescott, Director, Wescott and Wyman Global
Speaker 1: Mr. Steve Schultz, Energy Management Program Manager, 3M (USA) (12:30-12:45)
Speaker 2: Mr. YOUN Sunwoo, Senior Manager, LG Electronics, (Korea) (12:45-13:00)
Speaker 3 Mr. LIU Lin, Chairman of the Board, Xiamen Linfa Electric Co., Ltd. (China) (13:00-13:15)
Q & A (13:15-13:30)

Session D: Round Table Discussions for Session A and C – Supporting Energy Management (13:30-14:15)
The objective of this session is to discuss how governments have supported energy management, and how they can further support such activities. Some of the speakers in Session A and C will be asked to present their views on how government can further support energy management in business which will be followed by an opportunity for discussants to provide their views, and interactive discussion.
Moderators: Mr James Quinn and Mr Wayne Wescott
Speakers and Discussants
4-5 people (including both public side and private side) from Japan, US, India, and China or Brazil.

Closing session (14:15-14:30)
The objective of this wrap up session is to summarise the discussions, and to provide some ideas on possible ways forward in terms of future workshops and other supportive activities to be undertaken by EMAK.
Moderators : Mr James Quinn and Mr Wayne Wescott
Closing remarks : Mr. Kazuhiko Hombu, Director-General for Natural Resources and Energy Policy, METI, Japan

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