Taiwan's National Energy-Saving Management Programs- Taiwan's Experiences in Industrial, Commercial and Institution Sectors

June 27, 2007 - 12:00pm
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The energy policy in Taiwan aims at the integration of the “3Es” (economic development, environmental protection, and energy security) and moving toward sustainable development to realize the mission of a “nuclear-free homeland”. Its priority is to promote energy conservation and energy efficiency, thereby strengthening Taiwan’s international competitiveness. Even though Taiwan is not a member of the UN, it would like to take on this obligation as a member of the Society of Earth in response to the guidelines of the “Kyoto Protocol.” Dr. Wang will address the following topics to introduce Taiwan’s national energy-saving management programs and experiences in industrial, commercial and institution sectors: The energy structure and energy-saving management programs Energy-saving technical service and dissemination process The commercial sector energy audit scheme Reinforce energy-saving measures for government agencies and public schools Campus power management Strategies to promote ESCOs For more information about this seminar, please contact: Peng Xu(510) 486-4549

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