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CAPACITY BUILDING WORK GROUP. Energy Efficiency Leadership Network, June 2013. OVERVIEW. 1. OBJECTIVES AND DELIVERABLES. Objectives Determine the needs of industry related to capacity building Compile a framework for training initiatives

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Capacity building work group

CAPACITY BUILDING WORK GROUP

Energy Efficiency Leadership Network, June 2013


Overview

OVERVIEW


1 objectives and deliverables

1. OBJECTIVES AND DELIVERABLES

Objectives

  • Determine the needs of industry related to capacity building

  • Compile a framework for training initiatives

  • Assist in developing training initiatives and trainers

  • Aim to develop low cost training initiatives

    Time line & deliverables

  • Short term – List of training initiatives currently on offer

  • Medium term – Framework of training initiatives including future planned initiatives

  • Long term – Accreditation of framework and training initiatives


2 identified needs

2. Identified needs

Overview

Two aspects of capacity building

  • Empowerment on EE management and structures - EELN to provide leadership

  • Technical expertise - EELN as enabler

    Skills and capacity building can be led through various training initiatives as well as effective information systems

    Strong focus on building internal capacity & on-the-job training

    EELN to endorse workshops / training initiatives

Source: Assessment of the energy efficiency planning and implementation programmes of the signatories of EELN, The Nielsen Company, May 2013


2 identified needs1

2. Identified needs

Empowerment on EE management and structures (1)

Management

  • Methods of EE auditing

  • Methods of calculating energy consumption

  • Calculating group level targets for mixed group of industries

  • Workshops on methods and available tools of measurement

  • Success of different type of management structures

    Thought Leadership

  • Linkage between carbon reduction, clean fuel and EE

  • Benefits on housekeeping activities

Source: Assessment of the energy efficiency planning and implementation programmes of the signatories of EELN, The Nielsen Company, May 2013


2 identified needs2

2. Identified needs

Empowerment on EE management and structures (2)

Activities and Project Ideas

  • Winning business cases for EE projects

  • Communicating ideas for raising awareness and interest among all employee levels

    Legislation

  • Unpack legislation and incentive programs

  • Training on SANS 50 001

Source: Assessment of the energy efficiency planning and implementation programmes of the signatories of EELN, The Nielsen Company, May 2013


2 identified needs3

2. Identified needs

Technical Expertise

Enabler for industry specific processes

  • List of consultants for EE

  • Information on international practices

  • Facilitate to decrease time and administrative processes on Eskom rebates

    Lead in expertise around housekeeping activities

    New technologies available in the market place

Source: Assessment of the energy efficiency planning and implementation programmes of the signatories of EELN, The Nielsen Company, May 2013


3 framework draft

3. Framework (draft)

Core training for all

Targeted individual training


4 current training initiatives

4. Current training initiatives


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