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The 4E Executive Committee

The ExCo constitutes the forum of the 4E, and the forum functions are carried
out at the ExCo meetings.

ExCo Chair

Mike Walker

Energy Efficiency Deployment Office
Department for Energy and Climate Change
3 Whitehall Place
London, SW1A 2AW
England

p. +44 300 068 8152


ExCo Vice-Chair

Hans-Paul Siderius

Hans-Paul Siderius

Netherlands Enterprise Agency 
P.O. Box 8242
Utrecht 3503
The Netherlands

p. +31 302 393 609


4E Operating Agent

4E Operating Agent Mark EllisMark Ellis
 

Mark Ellis & Associates
44 Albert St,
Wagstaffe, NSW 2257
Australia

p. +61 243 602 931
p. +61 424 264 014 (mobile)


IEA Secretariat

John Dulac

International Energy Agency
Energy Technology Collaboration Division
9, rue de la Fédération
Paris
75739 CEDEX 15
France

p. +33 140 576 682


Representatives

Shane Holt
Department of Industry
Australia

Michael Hübner
Austrian Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology
Austria

John Cockburn
Natural Resource Canada 
Canada

Peter Nielsen
Danish Energy Agency
Denmark

Johan Ransquin
ADEME
France

Hans-Paul Siderius
Netherlands Enterprise Agency
The Netherlands

Masahide Shima
New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization
Japan

Euy-Kyung Kim
Korea Energy Management Corporation
Korea

Michael Moser
Swiss Federal Office of Energy
Switzerland

Peter Bennich
Swedish Energy Agency
Sweden

Jonathan Tillson
DEFRA
United Kingdom

Mark Friedrichs
Department of Energy
United States of America

Functions of the ExCo

THE 4E EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
IS RESPONSIBLE FOR:

  • Managing and leading the
    Implementing Agreement
  • Organising meetings and workshops
  • Participating in international for a concerning efficient electrical end use equipment
  • Collecting information on end-use equipment, technologies and programmes
  • Disseminating information relating to
    inter alia best practice in the energy performance of end-use electric equipment, new (efficient)
    technologies in electrical end-use equipment, benchmarking results
    and innovative policies.