Energy Management Action Network (EMAK)

Energy Management Action Network (EMAK)

EMAK was established in 2009 as a forum for discussing policy issues related to energy management and sharing the best practices of each country, region, and industry. It is based around a network of policy makers responsible for promoting energy management policies and industry stakeholders focused on real-world applications of energy management systems.  Read more


Lead member(s): Japan.

Participants: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia and the United States.

Energy Management Action Network (EMAK)

Recent developments

Current activities

EMAK’s current and upcoming activities include:

  • Gathering stakeholders from diverse fields under the theme ‘Sharing Energy Management Know-How and Good Practices’ to promote the uptake of EnMS and efficient technologies across industry and commercial buildings sectors at EMAK9 workshop held in Brazil.
  • Publishing the Action Guide on Electricity Peak Cuts and Savings as an effective tool for demand management and demand response in the Brazilian context. 
  • Helping member countries identify and prioritise key challenges in the energy management sector. 
  • Exploring opportunities to co-operate with other IPEEC Task Groups, namely TOP TENs and EMWG.


Since 2009, EMAK has conducted the following work:


Related publications


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Fact Sheet: the 8th EMAK Workshop on Energy Management Best Practices & Award Programs

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S2-4CMPC Energy Management System (EnMS) and Best Practices

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