APERC Annual Conference

APERC Annual Conference 2012 14 and 15 February 2012, Keio Plaza Hotel, Tokyo, Japan

Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Opening Session

OS-1 Welcoming Remarks Mr. Kenji Kobayashi, President, APERC

Session 1-1: The Value of APEC Peer Review on Energy Efficiency (PREE) for host and participating APEC economies

S1-1-1 Value of PREE Dr. Bing-Chuwen Yang, APERc
S1-1-2 Mr. Edy Masuri Haji Ahmad, Energy Department, Prime Minister's Office, Brunei Darussalam
S1-1-3 Mexican policies to promote Energy Efficiency Ms Rosa Maria Jimenez-Olmos, Advisor of Undersecretary of Energy Planning and Technological Development, Ministry of Energy, Mexico

Session 1-2: How to develop ESCOs to promote energy efficienty

S1-2-1 Promotion of ESCO in APEC Dr. Bing-Chwen Yang, APERC
S1-2-2 Energy Service Companies and Performance Based Contracting - Keys to Energy Efficiency Success Mr. Brian T. Castelli, Executive Vice President, Programs and Develpment , Alliance to Save Energy
S1-2-3 Recent Activity of the ESCO Industry in Japan and Asia Dr. Chiharu Murakoshi, Jyukankyo Research Institute, Japan
S1-2-4 Energy Service Company (ESCO): Thailand's Experiences Dr. Twarath Sutabutr, Deputy Director General, Department of Alternative Energy, Development and Efficiency (DEDE), Ministry of Energy, Thailand
S1-2-5 How to develop Energy Service Companies, ECOs - Lessons learned from CT's Experiendes Dr. Jyuung-Shiauu Chern, Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Chinese Taipei
S1-2-6 The promotion of ESCO system Ms Lee Na-Young, Korea Energy Management Corporation, Korea
S1-2-7 How to Develop ESCO to Promote Energy Efficiency Mr. Low Loke Kiong, Vice Chairman for Energy Efficiency Committee, Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS), Singapore
S1-2-8 How to develop ESCOs to promote Energy Efficiency Mr. Manuel A. Uribe Gonzalez, Ministry of Energy and Mines, Peru
S1-2-9 ESCOS in Chile Mr. Marcelo Padilla, Ministerio de Energia, Chile

Session 2-1: Policies to promote Renewable Energies

S2-1-1 Value and expected outcome of PRLCE Dr. Bing-Chwen Yang, APERC
S2-1-2 The Future of Renewable Energy - Policies to promote Renewable Energy Dr. Twarath Sutabutr, Deputy Director General, Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency (DEDE), Ministry of Energy, Thailand
S2-1-3 Renewable Energy Towards Sustainable Future Atty. Jose M. Layug, Jr., Undersecretary, Department of Energy, Philippines
S2-1-4 Policies to Promote Renewable Energy in Indonesia Dr. Ing. Hasrul Laksmana Azahari, Director, Directorate of Various New and Renewable Energy, Indonesia
S2-1-5 Malaysian Policies in Promoting Renewable Energy Mr. Badaruddin Bin Mahyudin, Deputy Secretary General (Energy), Ministry of Energy Green Technology and Water, Malaysia
S2-1-6 Policies to Promote Renewable Energies in Chinese Taipei Dr. Keng-Tung Wu, Assistant Professor, Department of Forestry, National Chung Hsing University, Chinese Taipei

Session 2-2: Policies to promote safe development of nuclear

S2-2-1 Issues on the Safety of Nuclear Power Plant Dr. Tran Thanh Lien, APERC
S2-2-2 Policies to promote safe development of nuclear power Mr. Talyat Aliev, Deputy Director, Department of International Cooperation, Ministry of Energy, Russia
S2-2-3 Nuclear Power Development Plan in Viet Nam Dr. Cao Quoc Hung, General Directorate of Energy, Ministry of Industry and Trade, Viet Nam
S2-2-4 Nuclear Power for Energy Security after TEPCO Fukushima Nuclear Accident Dr. Sueo Machi, FNCA Coordinator of Japan, Fellow, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan

Session 3: APEC Energy Demand and Energy Supply Outlook

S3-1 APEC Demand and Supply Outlook 5th Edition - A Preliminary APERC View Dr. Ralph D. Samuelson, Vice President, APERC
S3-2 Long-Term Energy Outlook for Australia Prof. Quentin Grafton, Executive Director, Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics (BREE), Australia
S3-3 NAMAs The Need for National Integrated Processes Dr. Hardiv H. Situmeang, ASEAN Centre for Energy
S3-4 Annual Energy Outlook 2012: Tight Oil Potential The U.S. Energy Outlook: Modeling Alternative Cases Ms Linda Doman, Office of Energy Analysis, U.S. Energy Infromation Administration, U.S.A.
S3-5 Alternative Policy Scenario for a More Secure and Sustainable Energy Future in China Dr. Xu Qinhua, Center for International Energy Strategy Studies (CIESS), Renmin University of China (CESS), China
S3-6 Energy Outlook - Public Engagement, Hong Kong, China Ir. Ming-sang Kam, Energy Efficiency Office, Electrical and Mechanical Services Department, Hong Kong, China
S3-7 APEC Energy Demand and Energy Supply Outlook: Alternative Scenario for a More Secure and Sustainable Energy Future Ms Maria del Rosario Castillo Silva, Senior Management Consultant, Ministry of Energy and Mines, Peru

Closing Session

Closing Remarks Mr. Kenji Kobayashi, President, APERC