EMAK aims to create a robust
forum to promote energy management in industries interconnecting two
major actors: policy makers and industry practitioners who are
responsible for energy management. Networking these two major actors
as a platform to share best practices on policy frameworks, human
development and on state-of-art management systems and practices on the
factory shop floor.
Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation (IPEEC) was established in June 2008 by the G8 countries, China, India, South
Korea and the European Community. The Partnership will add value to existing structures and agreements
that tackle energy efficiency by facilitating those
actions that yield high energy efficiency gains and improvements.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) acts as energy policy
advisor to 28 member countries. It aims to assist members in their efforts to
ensure reliable, affordable and clean energy for their citizens. In pursuing
this role, the IEA has identified energy efficiency as a key component to
achieving a sustainable energy future.