International Workshop on Government Energy Management Programme
Day Two

Workshop Summary

Session II: International Experience (continued)

Session Chair:
Dr. Alan Meier, IEA

The Federal Buildings Initiative
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Text: PDF - 52 KB] [Presentation: PDF - 6.2 MB]
Mr. John Brennan, Chief, Federal Buildings Institute, Natural Resources Canada

Issues in Energy-Efficient Government Procurement: Lessons from the U.S.
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Text: PDF - 112 KB] [Presentation: PDF - 18.7 MB]
Mr. Jeffrey Harris, LBNL

 

Session III: Introduction of China’s Government Energy Management Programme

Session Chair:
Mr. Li Tienan, Director, China Certification Center for Energy Conservation Products (CECP)

Progress of Energy Efficiency Work in China [Presentation: PDF - 92 KB]
Mr. Xu Zhiqiang, Director, Department of Environment and Resource Comprehensive Utilization, NDRC

Energy Efficiency Policies and Practice in Shanghai
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Text: PDF - 80 KB] [Presentation: PDF - 3.1 MB]
Mr. Chen Jinhai, Director, Energy Efficiency and Environment Protection Division, Shanghai Economy Committee

Present Status of China Building Energy Efficiency and Advice on How to Promote Government Office Building Energy Efficiency
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Presentation: PDF - 684 KB]
Dr. Gao Peijun, Building Energy Efficiency Office, Ministry of Construction

Briefing on the Energy Efficiency Practice and Pilot Project of Shenzhen City Government Agencies
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Text: PDF - 76 KB] [Presentation: PDF - 556 KB]
Mr. Wang Bing, Deputy Director-General, Economic and Trade Bureau, Shenzhen City

The Current Situation of Government Procurement in China [Presentation: PDF - 140 KB]
Mr. Yan Kun, Research Institute for Fiscal Science, Ministry of Finance

 

Concluding Remarks: Wrap-up and Summary of Main Themes from International Experience

Summary and Comments [Presentation: PDF - 68 KB]
Dr. Alan Meier, IEA and Mr. David Fridley, LBNL

Comments from the Host
Mr. Liu Xianfa, NDRC

 

Session IV: Programme Discussion

Session Chair:
Mr. Liu Xianfa, NDRC

 

Day One
Sept. 22, 2003

Day Two
Sept. 23, 2003

Session II (cont.)
Session III
Concluding Remarks
Session IV

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