Recognising the importance of tracking energy efficiency progress, the IEA and the Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre APERC (as the secretariat of the APEC Expert Group on Energy Data and Analysis (EGEDA)) are jointly organising a training workshop on energy efficiency indicators, targeting data providers and analysts across their member economies.
Both IEA and APEC collect energy end-use data and develop indicators of energy efficiency and carbon intensity across all final consumption sectors: residential, commercial, transport and industry, as shown in the IEA Energy Efficiency Indicators report.
The workshop will facilitate information exchanges and discussions among member economies and international energy organisations, with the objective to improve the global energy efficiency data, through knowledge sharing, lectures, exercises and discussions.
- Tracking energy efficiency in APEC
- APEC cooperation in energy efficiency
- Why data matters for energy efficiency policy design and monitoring
- APEC energy data and energy balances – the need for more data
- APEC energy efficiency indicators template
- APEC Energy Efficiency Indicators template
- The energy efficiency indicators template(s)
- Collection of energy and activity: Australia
- Collection of energy and activity: New Zealand
- Collection of energy and activity: Philippines
- Collection of energy and activity Chinese Taipei
- Tracking efficiency in the residential and commercial sectors
- The IEA weather database
- How to calculate the indicators for the residential and commercial sectors
- Collection of energy and activity in buildings: Hong Kong, China
- Tracking efficiency in the industry sector
- How to calculate the indicators for the industry sector
- Collection of energy and activity in the industry sector: USA