Part III: The Energy Efficiency Global Movement  

Organizer: IRENA

Date: Mon / Dec. 7 - 15:15

Time: 15:15

Area: Blue Zone

Energy efficiency is now fully recognized as the major contributor to fight climate change. According to the IEA, it can achieve 50 percent of the reduction in CO₂ emissions needed by 2030 to stay on a 2 degree track. Massive investment in Energy Efficiency needs to four‐fold. Therefore, banks and investors, but also all sectors must be mobilized, and policy maker must mainstream energy efficiency. This sequence will highlight the mobilization of the finance sector, the cities, the private sector and countries. It will highlight how 5 major initiatives related to buildings, district efficiency, fuel efficiency, appliances and lighting can go a long way to cut down emissions. In 2015, the 100/100/100 campaign from SE4All has catalyzed a global movement for Energy Efficiency. Moderator:   Jonathan Charles, Director of Communications, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)   Chair: Introductory remarks Rachel Kyte, Vice‐President and Special Envoy for Climate Change, World Bank Group, and Designate SRSG and CEO of SE4All

SCENE SETTING – THE POTENTIAL SOLUTION TO 50% OF THE GHG EMISSIONS REDUCTION REQUIRED FOR A 2 DEGREE PATHWAY – Fatih Birol, Executive Director, International Energy Agency (IEA)   – Ajay Mathur, Director General, Bureau of Energy Efficiency, India

Session I: Finance sector ready to scale up investment 2015 is a turning point for banks and investors engagement in energy efficiency   Moderator: Jonathan Charles, Director of Communications, EBRD – Josué Tanaka, Managing Director, EBRD   – Ebru Dildar Edin, Executive Vice‐President, Project Finance, Garanti Bank, Turkey – Sylvie Lemmet, Co‐Chair, G20‐IPEEC Task Group on Energy Efficiency and Finance, France – Naoko Ishii, CEO, Global Environment Facility (GEF) – Laura Tuck, Vice President of Sustainable Development, World Bank   – Geeta Aiyer, President and Founder of Boston Common Asset Management

Session II: Focus on two initiatives – Building and District efficiency Moderator: Achim Steiner, Executive Director, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)   Video + Building Focus Dialogue: – Andrew Steer, President and CEO, World Resources Institute (WRI)    – Jean‐Pascal Tricoire, CEO, Schneider Electric Video + District Energy Focus Dialogue: – Niels Christiansen, CEO, Danfoss   – Matthew Pencharz, Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy, Greater London Authority

Session III: The role of policy, long term vision and action plans Countries, regions and cities demonstrate the benefits of long term vision, policy and action plans in energy efficiency.   Jurisdictions commit: Moderator: Jonathan Charles, Director of Communications, EBRD – Hugo Martinez, Minister of Foreign Affairs, El Salvador   – Datuk Ismail Ibrahim, Executive Director, Iskandar, Malaysia   – Jonathan Mueke, Deputy Governor, Nairobi City County   – Isabella Loevin, Minister of Development, Sweden – Kelly Speakes‐Backman, Senior Vice‐President, Alliance to Save Energy, USA

Session IV: Focus on two initiatives – Fuel efficiency and Appliances   Moderator: Achim Steiner, Executive Director, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Video + Vehicle efficiency Focus Dialogue: – Marcelo Mena, Vice Secretary of Environment, Chile Video + Appliances Focus Dialogue: – Anthony Lea, CEO, International Copper Association   – Ragip Balcɪoğlu, Vice‐President Arçelik, Turkey

Session V: Private sector commitments to energy use reduction Beyond its operations, the private sector is engaged in partnerships for significantly scaling up energy efficiency, including efficient products and solutions. Moderator: Jonathan Charles, Director of Communications, EBRD Companies Commit – We Commit Campaign, panel – Jean‐Marc Ollagnier, CEO, Accenture Resources – Luis Neves, Chairman, Global e‐Sustainability Initiative, (GeSI)   – Nigel Topping, CEO, We Mean Business, and Executive Director, Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) – Ulrich Spiesshofer, CEO, ABB

Session VI: Focus on a major initiative on energy efficiency   Two major coalitions in lighting (En.lighten reinforced by CEM Global Lighting Challenge) show that a radical transformation is underway. Moderator: Jonathan Charles, Director of Communications, EBRD Dialogue: – Eric Rondolat, CEO, Philips Lighting   – Neelima Jain, National Programme Manager, Energy Efficiency Services Limited, India – Plus 2 other guests from the Clean Energy Ministerial

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