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Main Report


  • Shigeru Kimura


Responding to the Cebu Declaration on East Asia Energy Security on 15 January 2007 by the leaders of the 16 countries of the East Asia Summit (EAS), the EAS Energy Cooperation Task Force (ECTF) was established and one of the agreed areas for cooperation was the Energy Efficiency and Conservation. Japan proposed to undertake a study of the energy savings and CO2 emission reduction potential in the EAS region. The study would quantify the total potential savings under the individual energy efficiency goals, action plans and policies of each country above and beyond Business as usual. The study would provide insights to national energy ministers for establishing goals, action plans and policies to improve energy efficiency in their respective countries. The first study was undertaken in 2007 and was updated annually to incorporate more recent information and on member country’s energy saving potentials and energy efficiency goals, action plans and policies.

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  • Shigeru Kimura, . "Main Report," Chapters, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA).
  • Handle: RePEc:era:chaptr:2011-rpr-18-01

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