Stay tuned for EMAK’s 9th workshop (21 November in São Paulo, Brazil)

16 Nov 2018

The next annual workshop of the Energy Management Action Network (EMAK) – one of the task groups under the G20 Energy Efficiency Leading Programme (G20 EELP) – will take place on 21 November 2018 in São Paulo, Brazil. The event, which will gather participants from government as well as industry, will be organised by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan (METI), in close cooperation with the Ministry of Industry, Foreign Trade and Services of Brazil, the Energy Conservation Centre of Japan (ECCJ) and IPEEC.

Building on the success of last year’s EMAK workshop in Jakarta, Indonesia, which examined ‘Recognised energy management best practices and award programs for best practices’ , the upcoming event will aim to continue facilitating best practice exchanges on energy management systems and energy conservation among policy makers and energy managers.  This year’s theme will be ‘Sharing energy management know-how and good practices’. The overall purpose of the workshop is to support the improvement of energy management systems in the industrial and commercial sectors; disseminate information on best practices in energy efficiency and energy savings; and contribute to the overall propagation of knowledge towards energy management best practices.

The workshop will be streamed live here. Please note that the link will only be operational five minutes before the beginning of the workshop. To find out more about the event, please refer to the meeting agenda available here or read the summary of the event here.

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The Energy Management Action Network for Industrial Efficiency (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. The EMAK project contributes to the activities of a Task Group of the International Partnership of Energy Efficiency Cooperation (IPEEC) and the Government of Japan.