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Monitoring, Verification and Enforcement

4E see MV&E as a vital component of regulatory energy efficiency policies to ensure that expected energy efficiency gains are realised in practice.

In the wake of the defeat software in the automotive sector (Volkswagen case), 4E TCP members find there is a need for ongoing vigilance to maximise savings from programs. The 4E TCP has therefore established a unique mechanism for national regulators to raise issues of concern and share approaches to market surveillance and enforcement, meeting face-to-face alongside each ExCo.

In London in 2010, 4E held one of the first international conferences focusing on energy efficiency compliance, to bring together public and private sector stakeholders to share experiences in the design and operation of their compliance activities.

All the following materials and presentations can be downloaded.

OPENING ADDRESSES

Session 2 Workshop 1:
THE PROS AND CONS OF DIFFERENT DESIGNS FOR MVE REGIMES

Session 2 Workshop 2:
HOW TO TARGET ENFORCEMENT BETTER

Session 3 Workshop 1:
WHY INDUSTRY IS COMMITTED TO MVE

Session 3 Workshop 2
COMPLIANCE ISSUES HIGHLIGHTED BY LIGHTING PROGRAMS

FRONT LINE REPORTING: VIEWS FROM INSIDE THE TRENCHES

  • Scott Blake Harris, General Counsel, US Department of Energy
  • Davide Minotti, Head of Sustainable Energy Using Products and the Market Transformation Unit, Defra

HOW MUCH COULD WE SAVE THROUGH COMPLIANCE?

Session 5 Workshop 1:
SHOULD THERE BE VARIATIONS IN MVE APPROACHES BETWEEN MANDATORY AND VOLUNTARY SCHEMES?

Session 5 Workshop 2:
THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY

Session 6 Workshop 1
ARE THERE PARTICULAR ISSUES AND PRIORITIES FOR COUNTRIES ESTABLISHING NEW PROGRAMS; OR BETWEEN MANUFACTURING VS IMPORTING COUNTRIES?

Session 6 Workshop 2
RULES AND REGULATIONS – GETTING THE RIGHT BALANCE

IMPORTANT AND SMART STEPS TO IMPROVE COMPLIANCE

LAUNCH OF COMPLIANCE COUNTS: A PRACTIONERS GUIDEBOOK ON BEST PRACTICE MV&E FOR APPLIANCE STANDARDS AND LABELING

Copies of the Guidebook produced by CLASP and Mark Ellis & Associates are available here.

Copies of the Compliance Survey published by CLASP and Mark Ellis & Associates are available here.

WHERE TO NEXT?
THE BENEFITS AND CHALLENGES OF INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION ON MVE

  • Amit Bando, International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation (IPEEC)
  • Christine Egan, Collaborative Labeling and Standards Program (CLASP)
  • Chris Smith, National Measurement Offic, UK
  • Rich Karney and Mark Friedrichs, Department of Energy, USA
  • Mark Ellis, IEA 4E Implementing Agreement

A summary of the points made by panellists and participants from the floor are available here.

WHAT HAVE WE LEARNT? TAKE HOME MESSAGES

  • Hilton Taylor, Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, Australia
  • Abha Shukla, Bureau of Energy Efficiency, India
  • Ki-Hyun Lee, Korea Energy Management Corporation (KEMCO)
  • Anita Eide, Collaborative Labeling and Standards Program
  • John Mollet, International Copper Association

A summary of points made by panellists and participants from the floor is available here.

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