World Bank asks PE2 head to represent PH in international EE event

  • World Bank asks PE2 head to represent PH in international EE event
    World Bank asks PE2 head to represent PH in international EE event

WORLD BANK COUNTRY OFFICE, BGC, 18 January 2018 – The World Bank has invited Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) president Alexander Ablaza to represent the Philippines in an international knowledge exchange event on energy efficiency to be held from 24-26 January 2018 in Singapore.

The Philippine representation is expected to present the country’s energy efficiency targets, opportunities and challenges in scaling up energy efficiency across energy end-use sectors over the long term.

Other Asian countries are sending officials from their central government agencies with an energy efficiency mandate to present their energy efficiency (EE) targets and programs. The Philippines will be represented by a civil society organization, largely because of the difficulty of the Philippine Department of Energy (DOE) to confirm the travel and participation of a DOE official.

The three-day conference is intended to enable a global exchange of knowledge in the topics of EE national targets and programs, EE policies and institutional frameworks, EE financing mechanisms, ESCO business models, green buildings and appliances. Speakers from the US, UK, Europe, Mexico, Japan, Korea, China, India, Pakistan, the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore and Vietnam are scheduled to share experiences and respective country market models.

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