An Australia-focused workshop on Policies for Energy Provider Delivery of Energy Efficiency (PEPDEE) was held at the University of Sydney on December 12, 2011. The workshop was delivered by the International Energy Agency (IEA) and the Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP) in cooperation with the Australian Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency (DCCEE) and Department of Resources, Environment and Tourism (DRET).
PEPDEE facilitates IEA and IPEEC member cooperation and knowledge-sharing on how energy providers can assist gas and electricity customers to save energy – and what regulators and governments can do to mobilize such efforts. PEPDEE’s objective is improved collaboration by all stakeholders on regulatory mechanisms and programme designs that deliver energy efficiency improvements.
More information about the PEPDEE initiative can be found here.
Presentations from the first workshop on December 12th in Sydney, Australia:
Policies for Energy Provider Delivery of Energy Efficiency – Serena Fletcher, Australian Government
Effective Energy Efficiency Obligations – David Crossley & Sam Swanson, RAP
US Regulatory Mechanisms For Promoting Energy Efficiency – Ahmed Faruqui, Ph.D., The Brattle Group
Policies for Energy Provider Delivery of Energy Efficiency – Grayson Heffner, IEA
Assessment and Experience of White Certificate Schemes in the European Union – Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission
Overview of the NSW Energy Savings Scheme and the ESC Market – Henry Adams, New South Wales Government
The Energy Savings Scheme – Margaret Sniffin, IPART New South Wales
Residential Energy Efficiency Scheme – Mike Philipson, Essential Services Commission of South Australia
Energy Saver Incentive: Victorian Energy Efficiency Target (VEET) – Rod Woolley, Victorian Goverment