Webinar: Evaluation of a standards and labeling program

Start/Stop Date:
06 Dec 2018
Energy Evaluation Asia Pacific
Webinar 09.00 CET
Focus Areas:
Labeling program in India
Type of Event:

Energy Evaluation Asia Pacific (EEAP) and Leonardo Energy are teaming up to sponsor a webinar to further disseminate evaluation findings to the global evaluation community.

Ms. Neha Dhingra, a Senior Associate at CLASP will be presenting on her paper:

“Evaluation of Compliance Framework of Labeling Program in India”

Standards and Labeling programs have proven to be highly effective in stimulating the development of cost-effective, energy-efficient technologies, offer enormous carbon reduction potential, save consumers money and reduce power demand. The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) is responsible for monitoring, verification and enforcement (MVE) of India’s labeling program. A comprehensive evaluation of BEE’s MVE framework helped identify several gaps and a need to strengthen BEE’s procedures and processes. The presentation discusses several of the concrete measures that were implemented by BEE as a result of the evaluation.

To register please go to www.leonardo-energy.org/calendar

Realizing that many cannot attend each EEAP conference, and that even those in attendance cannot be at every session, the EEAP is inviting previous conference presenters to reprise their recent evaluation findings to wider audience. This is the first of a series of planned webinars.

Leonardo Energy is a global initiative providing sustainable energy professionals with the knowledge to manage the energy transition. It was set up in 2004 as a platform to connect energy technologies, policies and market. For more information about Leonardo Energy, go to www.leonardo-energy.org

Energy Evaluation Asia Pacific (EEAP) is a community supporting the evaluation of energy policy and programs. We welcome policy-makers, evaluators, academics and energy professionals to get involved in a dialogue about how best to conduct evaluation to ensure good decision-making and the wise investment of resources.

For more information about EEAP, please visit www.energy-evaluation.org.

Also don’t forget that the 2nd Energy Evaluation Conference in Asia will be held at the Amari Watergate Hotel, Bangkok on 30 and 31 October 2019. We hope you can join us.

The Energy Evaluation Asia Pacific (EEAP) team