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Informational Brochure: Technical Expert Meetings and Climate Action Fair 

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Renewable Energy Supply and Accelerating Energy Efficiency Action in Urban Environments

3–6 June 2015

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ADP Technical Expert Meetings: Energy efficiency in urban environments

 

5-6 June 2015, Bonn, Germany

Photo: UNFCCC, Photographer: Fuping Wang CDM Project - 1898: Fujian Jinjiang LNG Power Generation Project

 

In Lima, the ADP requested the secretariat to continue the technical examination of opportunities with high mitigation potential and significant co-benefits in the period 2015–2020 by organizing the in-session technical expert meetings (TEMs).

During the June session, the technical examination will focus on opportunities to accelerate energy efficiency action in urban environments. The meeting will assist Parties to advance in the implementation of good practice policy options and technologies, involve UNFCCC institutions and leading international organizations, and engage with a broad range of stakeholders. The discussion will build on the technical expert meeting on energy efficiency held in March 2014 and the technical expert meeting on urban environment held in June 2014.

 

pdf-icon Background information (106 kB)

  

pdf-icon Summary by the facilitator Ms. Sylvie Lemmet (France) (424 kB)
The detailed technical summary is included in the updated technical paper and its addendum on energy efficiency in urban environments.


pdf-icon Programme (287 kB)

 

Friday, 5 June 2015

13:30-14:30 (Plenary Building, Holzfoyer, Level +1)
Dialogue series: ADP briefing on support for accelerated energy efficiency action in urban environments by UNFCCC institutions and other international organizations

14:45-17:30 (Santiago de Chile)
Technical Expert Meeting (TEM) on Accelerating Energy Efficiency Action in Urban Environments (EE in UE)


Saturday, 6 June 2015

10:00-11:30 (Santiago de Chile)
TEM on EE in UE: Group A: Lighting and District Energy Systems in Cities

10:00-11:30 (Addis Abeba 1-2)
TEM on EE in UE: Group B: Energy Efficient Building

10:00-11:30 (Nairobi 3 - Press Conference Room)
TEM on EE in UE: Group C: Sustainable Urban Transport

11:30-13:00 (Santiago de Chile)
TEM on EE in UE (cont.)

 

Presentations                                                                                                    Image     (part 1)  (part 2)
Friday, 6 June 2015, 2:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. 
pdf-icon Cities as planners, regulators and implementors of climate action (1151 kB)   – Ms. Maryke van Staden, Director of the carbonn Center, ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability 
pdf-icon From a global response to local action (1573 kB) – Mr. Luis Gomez Echeverri, Senior Advisor to Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) 
Session 1: 3:45 p.m. - 5:15 p.m. 
pdf-icon Multiple benefits of energy efficiency in urban environment (1012 kB) – Mr. Brian Dean, International Energy Agency (IEA) 
pdf-icon Health benefits of energy efficiency in urban environment (693 kB) – Mr. Vladimir Kendrovski, World Health Organization (WHO) 
pdf-icon Energy challenges for cities and city-level responses (1184 kB) – Mr. John Christensen, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) 
pdf-icon Cities solutions for energy efficiency in rapidly urbanizing and climate resilient world (1363 kB) – Ms. Delphine Garin, World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)  

 

 

Saturday, 6 June 2015, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 
Session 2: 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. 
GROUP A: Lighting and District  Energy Systems in Cities
pdf-icon Experience in Operating District Cooling Network (658 kB) – Mr. Yann Francoise, Paris, France
pdf-icon Implementation of a Pilot Project on District Energy Systems (1185 kB) – Mr. Vijay Nehra, Municipal Commissioner, Rajkot, India 
pdf-icon Lighting and District Energy Systems in Cities: The Experience of Catalonia (405 kB) – Ms. Mercè Rius, Catalan Institute for Energy Director, Catalonia 
pdf-icon The Contribution of Lighting to an Energy Efficient Urban Environment (1219 kB) – Mr. Harry Verhaar, Head of Global Public & Government Affairs, PHILIPS 
pdf-icon Financing Energy Efficiency Projects in Urban Environments: CAF Perspective (443 kB) – Mr. Ubaldo Elizondo 
GROUP B: Energy Efficient Buildings
pdf-icon BUILD UPON Initiative (1412 kB) – Mr. James Drinkwater, Senior Policy Advisor, World Green Building Council (WGBC)
pdf-icon Legal Framework for Implementation of the Green Buildings Policy (881 kB) – Ms. Mercedes Mathebula, City Sustainability Unit, Office of the Executive Mayor, Tshwane, South Africa  
pdf-icon Innovative Legislation on Green Roofs (3212 kB) – Mr. Romero Pereira, Recife, Brazil
pdf-icon Energy Freedom in Buildings: The Zero Emissions Byron Bay Byron Bay (997 kB) – Mayor Simon Richardson, Byron Shire, Australia 
pdf-icon Perspective of the Private Sector on Ways to Advance Energy Efficiency Policies and Actions (1098 kB) – Mr. Kurt Emil Eriksen, Senior Political Advisor,  VELUX 
pdf-icon The EBRD’s Experience and Solutions in Buildings Energy and Resource Efficiency (529 kB) – Mr. Jan-Willem van de Ven, Head of Carbon Market Development, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) 

pdf-icon Financing Low Carbon Buildings (2100 kB) – Mr. David Wilk, Inter-American Development Bank

pdf-icon Inter-American Development Bank's Experience in Low Carbon Housing (123 kB)  

GROUP C: Sustainable Urban Transport 
pdf-icon Sustainable Urban Transport – Break-Out Session (377 kB) – Mr. Karl Peet, Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT) 
pdf-icon Implementation of the Sustainable Urban Transport Programme (1716 kB) – Ms. Lorina Darmastuti, Bogor, Indonesia 
pdf-icon The Covenant of Mayors – Local Climate Actions (786 kB) – Mr. Jeppe Mikel Jensen, Covenant of Mayors Office 
pdf-icon Electrified Public Transport Solutions (3135 kB) – Mr. Isbrand Ho, BYD  Company 
pdf-icon Mode Choice in Urban Transport, Fuel Use and Emissions (567 kB) – Mr. Andreas Kopp, World Bank 
pdf-icon Successful and Practical Partnership to Improve Resource Efficiency (1509 kB) – Ms. Sheila Watson, Executive Secretary, The Global Fuel Economy Initiative (GFEI) 
Session 3: 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 

pdf-icon UNEP 1 Gigaton Coalition (67 kB) – Mr. Zitouni Ould-Dada 

pdf-icon UNEP En.lighten Initiative (45 kB) – Mr. Zitouni Ould-Dada

pdf-icon SE4ALL Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform (452 kB) – Mr. John Christensen 
pdf-icon The BUILD UPON Initiative by World Green Building Council (366 kB) – Mr. James Drinkwater 
pdf-icon Paris Process on Mobility and Climate by SLoCaT Partnership (124 kB) – Mr. Karl Peet 
pdf-icon Transformative Actions Programme by ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability (465 kB) – Mr. Yunus Arikan 

 

Dialogue series: ADP briefing on support for accelerated energy efficiency action in urban environments by UNFCCC institutions and other international organizations

13:30 – 14:45 on Friday, 5 June 2015, Location: Plenary Building, Holzfoyer, Level +1

Facilitator: Mr. Nick Nuttall (UNFCCC)
Speakers/panellists: Mr. Rutger de Witt Wijnen (Green Climate Fund – GCF), Mr. Jukka Uosukainen (Climate Technology Centre and Network – CTCN), Mr. Lambert Schneider (Executive Board/Clean Development Mechanism – EB/CDM), Mr. Yunus Arikan (ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability) and Mr. Klaus Gihr (Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau – KfW)

To complement the discussion at the TEM on energy efficiency in urban environments, a briefing on the support aspect of the technical examination process has been organized. This briefing will be part of the dialogue series organized under the Climate Action Fair and will be conducted as a facilitated discussion (in a talk show setting), in which the facilitator will interact extensively with the discussants and the audience and encourage lively exchange of views.
pdf-icon Objective of the briefings (115 kB)

 

Climate Action Fair Virtual Expo
The ADP Co-Chairs invite all interested Parties and observer organizations to share information related to in-session technical expert meeting topics, such as initiatives and projects, through the uploading facility of the Side Event and Exhibits Online Registration System (SEORS). To access SEORS, please register or log in at the Climate Action Fair Virtual Expo.


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