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40 th Meeting of Energy Working Group (EWG40) November 24-25, 2010 Ryo Minami Director, International Affairs Division Agency for Natural Resources and Energy Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan. 1. Introduction. Darwin Declaration.

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40 th meeting of energy working group ewg40 november 24 25 2010 ryo minami

40th Meeting of Energy Working Group (EWG40)

November 24-25, 2010

Ryo Minami

Director, International Affairs Division

Agency for Natural Resources and Energy

Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan


40 th meeting of energy working group ewg40 november 24 25 2010 ryo minami

1. Introduction

Darwin Declaration

  • 8th APEC Energy Ministers Meeting (EMM8), May 2007

  • (to assist interested economies in developing policies that support energy security and environmental objectives) direct the EWG to develop a voluntary Energy Peer Review Mechanism, with an initial focus on progress toward attaining energy efficiency goals.

Fukui Declaration

  • 9th APEC Energy Ministers Meeting (EMM9), June 2010

  • We Instruct the EWG and APERC to keep promoting energy efficiency through PREE and CEEDS, and to consider follow-up efforts including capacity building activities, policy research support and processes to gauge the success of member economies’ efforts to implement the recommendations of these programs.

  • We instruct the EWG to explore mechanisms to encourage economies to set individual goals and action plans for introducing low-emission power sources, building upon the success of the PREE, with assistance from APERC and relevant technology expert groups.


40 th meeting of energy working group ewg40 november 24 25 2010 ryo minami

2. Proposal

Three main activities are undertaken as part of the APRE (APEC Peer Review on Energy), namely:

PRLCE (Peer Review on Low-Carbon Energies) in APEC volunteered member economies.

Continuation of PREE (Peer Review on Energy Efficiency) and Follow-up PREE in APEC volunteered member economies.

Continuation of CEEDS (Cooperative Energy Efficiency Design for Sustainability) in APEC volunteered member economies.

<Structure of APRE>


40 th meeting of energy working group ewg40 november 24 25 2010 ryo minami

A) PRLCE (Peer Review on Low-Carbon Energies)

APEC Peer Review on Energy should be expanded to cover Low-Emission Power Sources to assist interested and volunteered economies in developing policies that support energy security and environmental objectives toward cleaner use of future energy for a sustainable APEC.

The objectives are:

  • Review the effectiveness and efficiency of the low-carbon energy policies

  • Share experiences and knowledge of APEC member economies’ strategies and measures in promoting low-emission power sources;

  • Encourage APEC economies to set individual goal on low-emission power sources and to formulate action plans to achieve the goals by a peer review mechanism; and

  • Provide recommendations for voluntary implementation.


40 th meeting of energy working group ewg40 november 24 25 2010 ryo minami

B) Continuation of PREE and Follow-up PREE

(i) Continuation of PREE (Peer Review on Energy Efficiency)

  • 6 PREEs for New Zealand, Chile, Viet Nam, Thailand, Chinese Taipei and Peru have been successfully conducted.

  • 1 more PREE for Malaysia will be undertaken next week.

  • The PREE reports made a number of recommendations that have been welcomed by the participating economies, indentifying barriers – financial, technical and political.

(ii) Follow-up PREE

  • The Follow-Up PREE project aims to assist former PREE host economies in implementing the recommendations of PREE review teams.

  • The follow-up activity will vary depending on the situation of each economy. (e.g. monitoring and evaluation of progress toward attaining EE goals and implementing action plans.)


40 th meeting of energy working group ewg40 november 24 25 2010 ryo minami

C) Continuation of CEEDS

  • CEEDS Phase 1 (2009/2010) “Appliance EE Standards and Labeling (AEES&L)”

  • CEEDS Phase 2 (2010/2011) “Building Energy Codes & Labeling”

  • CEEDS Phase 3 in 2011 “Energy Efficiency Policies in Transportation Sector” (proposal)


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