IPEEC will co-host a seminar on “Energy Efficiency in Housing and the Implementation Framework of ECBC (Energy Conservation Building Code)” on 27-28 February 2017, in New Delhi, India.
The Connected Devices Alliances (CDA), an initiative under the G20 Networked Devices Task Group (NDTG), will host a workshop on 21-22 March in Berlin, Germany.
2016 has been an exciting year for IPEEC. Over the past twelve months, IPEEC’s country-led task groups have focused on activities to support energy efficiency improvement in the following areas: appliances and equipment, buildings, industrial energy management, electricity generation, transport and cross-sectoral issues. Nine task groups now progress work under the G20’s first long-term framework for energy efficiency, the G20 Energy Efficiency Leading Programme, which was endorsed by G20 energy ministers in June 2016. IPEEC was designated the lead coordinating organisation for the new programme. In addition, 2016 saw IPEEC increase its engagement with international organisations and the global energy efficiency community. All these and more are highlighted in IPEEC’s new annual report, Supporting Energy Efficiency Progress in Major Economies: Annual Report 2016, which is published today.
The IPEEC-G20 Transport Task Group (TTG) has released a new briefing on the “Impacts of world class vehicle efficiency and emissions regulations in select G20 countries”.