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Asia Pacific Partnership Update EEAC Meeting July 18-19, 2007 Jim Hendricks Asia Pacific Partnership Objectives Partners : Australia, China, India, Japan, Republic of Korea, United States

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asia pacific partnership update

Asia Pacific PartnershipUpdate

EEAC Meeting

July 18-19, 2007

Jim Hendricks

asia pacific partnership objectives

Asia Pacific Partnership Objectives

Partners: Australia, China, India, Japan, Republic of Korea, United States

Objectives: “Meet goals for energy security, national air pollution reduction, and climate change in ways that promote sustainable economic growth and poverty reduction.”

asia pacific partnership task forces
Asia Pacific Partnership Task Forces
  • Aluminum
  • Building and Appliances
  • Cement
  • Cleaner Use of Fossil Energy
  • Coal Mining
  • Power Generation and Transmission
  • Renewable Energy and Distributed Generation
  • Steel
power generation and transmission task force
Power Generation and Transmission Task Force
  • Identify and Assess Opportunities for Actions to Develop and Deploy Power Generation, Transmission and Demand Side Management Technologies that Address Development and Climate Concerns
  • Facilitate Demonstration and Deployment of Practices, Technologies and Process to Improve Efficiency of Power Production and Transmission
project update
Project Update
  • AEP Led Effort October/November 2006 (100 engineers)
  • Japanese Peer Review Project April 2007 (50 plus engineers—six from US)
  • Hydroelectric Efficiency Enhancement Project August 2007 (China, India, Japan, US)
  • India Peer Review October 2007 (TBD)
projects under development
Projects Under Development
  • Peer Reviews of Coal Fired Generation in China, US, and others
  • Transmission & Distribution Project
  • Demand Side Management with Focus on India
  • Wind Power Project
  • Renewable Energy (Later)
lessons learned
Lessons Learned
  • International Protocols and Country Cultures are Important
  • Time is Required to Develop Country Contacts and Identify Decision Makers
  • Frameworks Have to be Developed and Exercised to Encourage Participation
  • Project Substance is Important
  • EEI Member Participation is Critical
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