Project Title

A Comparative Study on Multi-Field Applications of Building-Mounted Photovoiltaic (BMPV) in the APEC Region 

Project Year

2015   

Project Number

EWG 18 2015A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Completed Project   
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Project No.

EWG 18 2015A 

Project Title

A Comparative Study on Multi-Field Applications of Building-Mounted Photovoiltaic (BMPV) in the APEC Region 

Project Status

Completed Project 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Energy Efficiency 

Project Year

2015 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

104,776 

Co-funding Amount

67,960 

Total Project Value

172,736 

Sponsoring Forum

Energy Working Group (EWG) 

Topics

Energy 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

China 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Korea; Chinese Taipei; Thailand 

Expected Start Date

01/06/2015 

Expected Completion Date

31/08/2016 

Project Proponent Name 1

Shi Limin 

Job Title 1

Standing Deputy Secretary-General 

Organization 1

China New Energy Chamber of Commerce 

Postal Address 1

1243, South Wing of Central Office Building, Junefield Plaza, No.10, Xuanwumenwai Street, Xuanwu District, Beijing, 100052, China 

Telephone 1

86-10 63100807 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

shilimin@cnecc.org.cn; wudan@cnecc.org.cn 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Shi Limin 

Project Summary

The proposed project aims to develop clean and renewable energy resources and technology innovation within APEC region. The key objectives of the proposed project are to:

1)  Making a comparative study of BMPV performances of key states or regions in APEC member economies, including relevant support policies, different modes and fields of architecture.

2)  Developing recommendations as a reference tool for APEC member economies’ planning and strategy making about BMPV based on the previous study, assisting member economies to achieve the goals of energy security, environment protection, energy supply in remote areas and sustainable development.

3)Sharing experiences through hosting workshop and the representatives of all APEC member economies will be invited to communicate face to face.

Relevance

With the rapid development of global PV Industry and rapid decline of cost, the photovoltaic power generation has been accepted by almost all APEC members in recent years, as it becomes an important way to realize low carbon emissions and sustainable development. The application of photovoltaic in most of economies focus on distributed generation and it has given priority to distributed photovoltaic development combining with buildings. Building mounted PV (BMPV) created a new concept that “buildings produce energy” for us. This kind of application not only saves land resources but also changes traditional way of energy use innovatively. It helps quick access to the safe and clean energy directly. Therefore, developing BMPV in APEC region is significant.

As to the specific application, there are BAPV(Building Attached Photovoltaic),BIPV(Building Integrated Photovoltaic) and other types. And it could be used in industrial building, residential building, agricultural greenhouse, and other fields. Besides, support policies of BMPV are different in the APEC member economies. Therefore, it’s essential to make a comparative study on multi-field applications of BMPV in the APEC region.

Given that, the project will choose several typical BMPV projects with different support policies, modes, and fields of architecture for comparative study, trying to come up with optimized solutions for APEC members’ reference.The findings and results in the project could become guidance for APEC members to consider when making the relevant policies. Meanwhile, the development of Photovoltaic industry in APEC economies brought by this project will have long term influences on these economies in terms of employment, economy, and environmental protection.

Objectives

1)Making comparative study of BMPV performances in APEC member economies with different support policies, modes (BIPV and BAPV), application areas (industrial building,  residential building and agricultural greenhouse etc.)

2)Developing recommendations as a reference tool for APEC member economies based on the previous study. Proposing the optimized solutions to meet the demands of urban energy-saving and emission reduction as well as clean and safe energy supply in remote areas, promoting the re-structuring of energy mix and sustainable development in APEC member economies.

3)Publishing report on comparative study on multi-field applications of BMPV in the APEC region and sharing experiences through hosting  releasing conference and workshop. The previous study findings will be written as a reportand to be shared within this workshop consisting of relevant policy-makers, researchers and all stakeholders of APEC member economies for deep communication.

Alignment

The proposed project responds to the 11st APEC Energy Ministers Meeting and 22rd APEC Economic Leaders’ Declaration, to develop clean and renewable energy within APEC region.

The proposed project aims to find the best practice on BMPV in order to enhance application of solar power generation within APEC region. This keeps up with common goal of developing clean and renewable energy to all APEC member economies and will strongly support the global energy sustainable development as well as international energy security.

According to EWG 47th meeting in Kunming in May 2014, EWG and EGNRET members are encouraged to conduct researches related to low-carbon town and clean energy in APEC region. The Strategic Plan for 2014-2018 by EWG also indicates that support the development and commercialization of energy efficient technologies in the areas of power generation and distribution, industry, transport, buildings and appliances to support achievement of APEC’s goal to reduce energy intensity.

The proposed project is in line with the vision and mission of EWG. BMPV is a perfect combination of renewable energy and buildings and the outcomes of the project might be able to enrich the research in this area.

TILF/ASF Justification

With the declining cost of PV systems in recent years, it has become an important solution for APEC member economies to vigorously developing BMPV to cope with the challenge of energy and the environment. However, not all APEC member economies have the necessary experience, technology and fund to find out the suitable BMPV development mode. Therefore, this project will support the capacity building needs of APEC developing economies in following aspects:

1) The project report will popularize the elements, design features, installation, and maintenance of BMPV, which helps APEC member economies enhance the improvement of BMPV technologies, design, operation and maintenance.

2) The experience of the BMPV applications will be widely collected and summarized, and then shared within APEC member economies together with the latest developments, which will help developing economies obtaining feasibility research methods, design tools, project management, investment and financing mode, and other practical experience.

3) A workshop will be held and representatives from APEC member economies will be invited, through which the communication mechanism is established to promote BMPV in APEC member economies.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: 

1) Publishing report on comparative study on multi-field applications of BMPV in the APEC region, in which different support policies for the BMPV applications will be studied, especially the ones that suits better for the APEC member economies. The conclusion that drawn by analyzing its characteristics will be provided as a reference the APEC members that not yet to establish relevant policies of BMPV developments. Besides, some representative BMPV projects within APEC member economies will be studied together with field research, including design & construction, operation management, technology economy, and social benefits of different modes (BIPV and BAPV), and application areas (industrial building, residential building and agricultural greenhouse etc.). At Last, in order to explore best practices of BMPV in the APEC member economies, some existing problems during the operation of the project will be studied as well through comparative study on multi-field applications of BMPV in the APEC region.

2) A workshop themed “a Comparative Study on Multi-field Applications of BMPV in the APEC Region” will be held: the latest achievement and experience will be shared by the representatives of the APEC member economies during the workshop. Also, suggestions on the future development of BMPV within APEC member economies will be provided and circulated.

Outcomes: PV power generation is still relatively expensive in comparison with other traditional fossil energy and need governments and financial institutions ‘support in most APEC member economies. Based on the research achievements that the project will make in the medium to long term, related policy-making, supporting orientation of financial institutions, project procedures and behavior management of BMPV projects is expected to have a certain influence in APEC member economies.

1) Influence on policy: The project will help APEC member economies to learn the latest policy, technology, investment and financing, and business development mode of BMPV at home and abroad, further assisting with making development plans and policies that suitable for their own conditions, e.g. feed-in-tariff, fiscal and tax incentives. As a part of this project, the information concerning BMPV policy, data, technology, standard, investment, industry and market in different economies may influence APEC member economies to make a series of policies, including Photovoltaic industrial development plan, incentives, industrial standards, etc.

2) Influence on financial support: it is very important to improve the bank rate, photovoltaic asset liquidity for photovoltaic power generation systems, especially those BMPV projects with heavy investment. This project will help member economies to understand the latest projects evaluation, investment and financing, as well as insurance service mode, and then improve its coordination and standardization of investment and financing support during application and implementation of the projects.

3) Influence on project procedures and behavior management: BMPV is a typical long-term investment project; therefore, it’s very important for medium and long-term management of project procedures and behavior. Scientific management of process and method that the project practiced will have a great influence and significance to the operation and maintenance management in APEC member economies.

Beneficiaries: Project participants will include a number of relevant institutions from 21 APEC member economies like America, Japan, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Mexico, including national energy administrations, BMPV research institutes, real estate developers, PV engineering designers, PV module & inverter manufacturers, and PV system installation companies.

1) For national policy makers from 21 APEC member economies like America, Japan, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Mexico for whom the project will provide good examples of BMPV policy implementation in certain economies, and the latest BMPV technology practiced in various types of buildings. Base on a comparative analysis, this project will offer advice on plans of local BMPV project, building energy saving system and green low carbon town construction.

2) PV system developers, operators, investors and PV producers in APEC economies, as the direct beneficiary of this project, not only get to know the latest technology of BMPV, but also have access to fund and manage information, providing a good example for its business decision making process.

3) For building design institutes and Engineering Procurement Companies (EPCs) in APEC economies, it helps to    boost the efficiency of practical project by exploiting the outcomes of this project which aims to increase the engineering quality, safety, reliability, efficiency.

4) For other stakeholders in APEC economies, the project outcomes can be shared leading to the                 widespread of BMPV application that will facilitate rapid development of various industries like steel,             mechanics, high-end equipment, electronic component, architecture design & engineering, new materials

5) For residents of APEC economies, in respective of gender and age, they will enjoy the energy-saving and environmental benefits plus the employment opportunities brought by the development of BMPV practices.

Dissemination

The result s/outputs will be disseminated by the following ways:

1) The final research report will be uploaded and available on the official websites of China New Energy Chamber of Commerce and APEC as well, so that it will be shared to every APEC economy.

2) During the workshop of regional multi-field applications of BMPV research report will be circulated electronically to APEC representatives and other stakeholders.

 3) An electronic journal of multi-field applications of BMPV will be published and circulated by CNECC, Contractor and APEC EWG via their mailing list.

4) Promoting of the outcomes through other international forums and organizations, like China New Energy International Forum, Asia Solar Photovoltaic Innovative Technology & Product Exhibition, World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion, SNEC PV Power Expo, Asian Development Bank, World Bank, etc.

The target Audience: this project will be joined by policy makers from APEC economies, representative BMPV research institutes, PV building design companies, PV Module and Inverter producers, PV EPCs, Testing and Certification institutions, banking and insurance associations, consumer’s association, real estate enterprises and other relevant organizations.

Gender

1) The project manager will encourage female experts and professionals to participate in the research, by giving female participants’ priority at the same level of expertise as male. building up the working environment that reflects the concept of gender equality, ensuring equal pay for equal work concept, encouraging female experts and researchers to play an active role in preliminary investigation, data analysis and study report preparation. multi-field applications of BMPV workshop welcome broad engagement by female representatives from APEC, EWG and EGRET workshop will be participated at least 30% female participants, either as speakers and audience.The percentage of female experts/participants in the workshop and interviewees will be no less than 30% of the total number.

2) The ultimate target of this project is to promote the development and application of new energy and renewable energy, reducing carbon emission, facilitating environmental protection, achieving social and economic sustainable development. The utilization of new energy will meet the needs of human beings and create more equal employment opportunities for females, (more working opportunities for women than any other energy project which normally in remote area, comparing BMPV normally in the city)getting women involved in the process of social development, increasing female social identity awareness, achieving the female self-development in technology and environmental protection.

Work Plan

1) June, 2015- July, 2015, project planning stage: project team will recruit a research group and make a detailed project plan including a report outline, investigation plan, workshop agenda draft, invitation lists, etc. At this stage, senior BMPV experts from APEC economies will be consulted to decide the research regions and technological roadmaps and executive plans. APEC developing economies proceeding to BMPV development will be carefully selected as case studies as comparison analysis. Different project scales and technologies will be considered.

Deliverables Outcome of this stage: Project Plan formulated, and comparison case studies identified.

2) August, 2015-January, 2016, data collection and investigation: in the basis of collecting the current situation of BMPV application and relevant policies & laws in APEC economies, several projects will be selected for research and investigation; special attention will be on developing economies The research group will investigate the representative BMPV policies in several developed economies as the policy-making basis for other economies without the relevant policies. After that, a comparative method will be employed to study these projects in terms of design & engineering, operation, management, economic and social benefits. The projects under research should come from different APEC economies, including developed and developing ones plus different project scales and technological solution plans.

Deliverables of this stage: Investigation Report Drafted

3) February, 2016-March, 2016, research report draft: based on the investigation and comparative research of different projects, the research group will carry out a comprehensive analysis of problems occurring in these projects and the influence of current policies & standards on the application of BMPV in APEC region. Therefore, the best practices, recommendations and suggestions to develop BMPV in APEC regions will be derived from this analysis and comparison studies on investigation will be reported.. The project manager will discuss with project contractors the report outline draft to make sure that all aims can be covered by the draft report, which will be finalized at the end of this stage.

Deliverables of this stage: Draft Research Report Drafted

4) April, 2016-June, 2016, final briefing and workshop: project manager supported by external experts will evaluate research report draft to make sure that all project aims can be obtained completely.  In the end, the report will be forward to representatives of APEC members before the final version can be finalized with the approval of APEC EGNRET. In addition, a summary of project results will be prepared for the reference of other APEC economies.

It is planned that the multi-field applications of BMPV in the APEC Region Workshop will be held during April-May 2016 in Beijing. The project manager will invite energy administration officials, BMPV research institutes, real estate developers, PV engineering designers, PV module & inverter manufacturers, and PV system installation companies from APEC economies to share the findings, experience and to recommend the BMPV best practice plan. During this workshop, the project team will host dialogues, aiming to enhance communication between officials, experts and enterprises interested in BMPV. In addition a survey will be carried out to collect more information about the concerns of different parties. The contact information of all attendees will be stored for the purpose of following up and monitoring the progress of the project. The workshop expects to welcome 200 participants including 6 speakers and 11 active participants from different APEC regions.

Deliverables of this stage: A Report of Comparative Study of the multi-field applications of BMPV in the APEC Region, The Multi-field Application of BMPV Workshop organized.

5) July, 2016-August, 2016, project summary: project manager will analyze the feedbacks on the Multi-field Applications of BMPV in the APEC Region workshop collected from APEC representatives and come up with a project summary report.

This report will recommend the best BMPV plan for APEC members and discuss ways to support the future development of BMPV especially in APEC developing economies.

Deliverables of this stage: Project Summary Report submitted.

Risks

In recent years, the APEC region witnesses rapid development in PV industry, laying a sound foundation for BMPV application. However, it is challenging to come up with a best mode that worth promoting, as the social, technological and economic conditions varies among APEC members, as the national strategies, resources, economic development varies when APEC developing economies deal with their own energy development. This may bring up some potential risks which are explained as follows:

The energy structure, solar resources, feed-in tariff varies among APEC members, so the implementation and economic effects of BMPV solutions are expected to be very different in different regions. Therefore, it is somehow hard to find a rule of thumb for all members to follow. One combination of policies, incentives and regulations can be very successful in one region, but it may not be best to other regions.

Many APEC member slack the standards and policies for BMPV projects, so that the quality of PV products cannot be guaranteed and many PV power systems cannot be regulated accordingly. All these make it very difficult for BMPV to be applied in a large scale.

To avoid the risks specified above, the researchers have to plan the project carefully by collecting information from APEC members about current status of BMPV development, relevant policies & rules, PV feed-in tariff and solar resources and also by consulting BMPV experts from developed economies, making sure the research could cover as much as possible main PV application solutions, technology, size and pilot projects. Telling the success stories, sharing lessons learnt and exchanging reasoning and considerations behind the policy making processes and standards are key to minimize.

Monitoring and Evaluation

Report: the project will come up with a report about comparative study of multi-field BMPV applications in which at least four section cases will be chosen for detailed operational analysis in terms of different modes and building types. The quality target including the best practices in final report should give detailed information of the PV project including the installation capacity, solar resources data, system design analysis, installation, performance ratio, yield prediction, supervision and maintenance evaluation, etc.

2)Workshop: the Project Overseer (PO) will be hosting organize a workshop on the multi-field applications of BMPV in the APEC Region, workshop inviting energy administration officials, BMPV research institutes, real estate developers, PV engineering designers, PV module & inverter manufacturers, and PV system installation companies. The workshop expects to welcome 200 participants including 6 speakers from different APEC regions and the percentage of female experts/participants in the workshop and interviewees will be no less than 30% of the total number.

3)Website: PO will collect and analyze statistics of web pages views and downloads of report and workshop website page.

4)Project progress checking monitoring: as it is required by Secretariat, PO will submit monitor the project progress checking weekly with experts, checking milestones based on work plan, accessing deliverable stage quality assessment, submitting , bimonthly project implementation progress report, mid-term report, final report. After the project complete, the report will be sent to all APEC EGNRET members for comments and suggestions.

5)Peer view Report: PO will present periodic results and promote the report on China New Energy International Forum, Asia Solar Photovoltaic Innovative Technology & Product Exhibition and collect feedbacks from peers in time for further analysis assessment.

6)Follow-up Actions: After the completion of the project, policy makers of APEC member economies will be tracked to assess the implementation of the project results and to what degree the project findings influence the local policy making process.

7)Stakeholders Assessment: The project evaluative committee will contact each project stakeholder through telephone, email or personal interview. The stakeholders may include governments, research institutes, and industry associations in economies or non-economies.

Linkages

This project will call for joint efforts from new energy private sectors in Asian-Pacific region to promote BMPV development. In the earlier stage, advice and suggestions will be collected from experts in the EU and America where the BMPV has evolved to maturity; in the mid-term stage, research results of BMPV in different economies will be investigated; in the later stage, a meeting will be held and all APEC members are welcome to come and share the research outcomes.

Currently, lots of APEC member economies and international organizations are working very hard to push forward BMPV. The APEC EWG, EGNRET and other organizations organized lots of project concerning photovoltaic application, including:

1) Operation Technology of Solar Photovoltaic Power Station Roof and Policy Framework

2) APEC Photovoltaic Application Roadmap and Model Study (PVARM)

3) Photovoltaic Communication and Cooperation Platform (PVCCP)

Although it has some similarities with the work above, there are lots of differences as well. This project aims mainly to explore the best practice of BMPV for the purpose of achieving the concept of “Energy Produced by Building,” making contribution to changing the global energy utilization pattern and tackling climate change. Not only does this project will attract PV industry insiders, but also it will draw attention from real estate developers, engineering unit, architectural design institutions, and material suppliers. In this way, cross-department cooperation can be achieved.

Founded in 2004, APEC includes not only developed economies and also developing economies where desperately seeking an alternative energy for their vast population, fast growth of economies and heavily polluted environment. BMPV, as its nature, is one of the cheapest solutions to tackle all those issues for poor and emerging economies. Within APEC region, there are economies with advanced BMPV technologies, economies with most production capacity and economies to be benefit by BMPV. This project will facilitate the technology transfer and promote trade within the region while helping developing counties. Therefore, APEC is the best platform to promote BMPV as proposed by this project.

Sustainability

The project will provide a guide (Report) detailed professional analysis, data, and design code to support beneficiaries to carry forward the results and lessons, best practices of latest BMPV applications. In order to help stakeholders with different background, the project will carefully choose the different BMPV technologies, scales, for their reference.

After the project completion, BMPV basic materials, final report will be shared with as many as possible beneficiaries through Internet. The final report will also be shared on websites of APEC, EWG and EGNRET. In addition, the outcomes will be introduced in different international conference and workshops, extending the influences. The final report and outcomes will be introduced to APEC EGNRET members and through their support, to forward to different APEC member economies’ reference, especially when the government officials need collect latest information to support their PV policy adjustment. For the purpose of maximizing the impact of the project, the PO will seek funding via all sources to support the research carried out by this project, so that to update BMPV development annually worldwide. The experts involved in this project will be involved in later projects. The project overseer will also introduce the project outcomes to the financing and insurance industry, to help them understand the latest development of BMPV industry in different APEC member economies. The close cooperation between PV industry and financing, insurance experts will improve the bankability and liquidity of PV assets in the whole APEC region.

This project is supposed to have an influence on policy making, financial support, and BMPV project management in APEC members. The specific impact shall be under the assessment of APEC, EWG and EGNRET.

Project Overseers

The project overseer is Mr. Shi Limin. He is the Standing Deputy Secretary General of China New Energy Chamber of Commerce and Secretary of China Crystalline PV Alliance. He has successfully organized eight sessions of China New Energy International Forum (2006-2014) and a series of industrial professional activities: he co-authored Annual Report on China’s New Energy Industry Annual Report. Based on his extensive knowledge of industry, he published several articles in industry mainstream media.

The project leading consultant is Dr Zeng Shaojun, Doctor of NGO Research Institute, School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University.Now he is the Senior Researcher of China’s National Think-tank. Dr Zeng has in-depth study on new energy industry policy and international cooperation, energy diplomacy, climate change, industrial organization and private association with his profound theoretical basis about private economics and energy economics.  He has published over 100  academic articles regarding social organization management and innovation, climate change, energy saving and emission reduction, new energy, organizational theory on SCI、SSCI、CSSCI and other leading core journals, such as China Population Resources and Environment, Advances in Climate Change Research, Coal Economic Research, Enterprise Economy, Economic Theory and Business Management, Chemical Industry and Engineering Progress, Social Science of Beijing, Macroeconomic Research, China Energy and China Nonprofit Review. He was once invited by the World Bank, Beijing Scientific Committee as the advisor for new energy and energy saving projects.

The project consultants are Prof. Zeng Yan and Mr Xu Yongbang. Prof. Zeng is China national first class architect and senior architect. He is now the chief architect of China National Engineering Research Center for Human Settlements. He has 30-year experience in BMPV research and has been awardedby Ministry of Construction of PR China the second class honor of excellent architectural design, the second class honor of design & planning, second class honor of technology progress award. Mr Xu Yongbang, is vice president and CFO of Hanergy Global PV Application Group. As one of the first to do PV power research, Mr Xu has been involved in national standard formulation of PV power design, construction and checking. He owned 20 Invention Patents of PV power system and copyrights of various software. Having been registered included in national expert database, Mr Xu is also the evaluation expert of National Hi Tech Research and Development Plan, registered electrical engineer and member of China PV Committee.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Short-term clerical fees cover wages of PO assistants whose job can be divided into three parts:

1) Before the workshop they are designated to liaise with experts/speakers and participants from China and abroad, building up a contact database of all involved in workshop as well as help creating, printing and logistic handling of  workshop agendas and relevant materials.

2) During the workshop, assistants are responsible for event venue preparation supervision and support work, leading experts/speakers and participants to conference room, distributing workshop materials, making sure the audio &video equipment work well during the presentations; after the workshop, they have to do closure work for workshop.

3) At the end of the workshop, the assistants have to collect and analyse feedbacks offered by participants to prepare for further assessment on the impact of the project. They will also post bound project report for circulation purpose.

4) Circulate the report and follow up the feedback

The detailed contractor work hours are listed as following - As the renowned authorities in photovoltaic solar power and energy policy, the consultants and leading researcher are responsible for guiding the implementation of the project as well as are responsible for the final check of major findings and results of the report.

The work of researchers is sketched as follows:

1) PV Roofs (industrial building & residential building):1senior researcher+1 junior researcher * 325 hours = 750 hours

2) PV Curtain Wall (industrial building & residential building) 1 senior researcher+1 junior researcher * 250 hours = 500 hours

3)  Agriculture greenhouse: 1 senior researcher+2 junior researchers * 200 hours = 600 hours

4)   A select tender process for the contractor for this project will be conducted by the PO in consultation with PD during the stage of project implementation

Waivers

1) Translator’s fee is believed to be necessary. The proofreading of the English-version report is necessary to guarantee that the report is a readable and qualified one. Even if the researchers are professional in certain areas, they need support from professional proofreaders to make sure the report will be well presented to other APE members.

2) It is agreed that most of experts/speakers will be fluent English speakers. Yet some Chinese speakers may not express themselves clearly in English in such a short time. On the other hand, Chinese participants will have intensive dialogues with international experts during panel and Q/A sessions, therefore simultaneous interpretation is needed to make sure the important information is accurately communicated. Video of workshop presentations will be also available to public is also good reason to have simultaneous translation.

3) The photocopying is needed for report document archiving, event agenda and satisfaction forms to support the workshop. Document archiving will include all documents received and sent by the PO ranging from contact emails with APEC secretariat and participants, flight tickets. The workshop agenda and satisfaction form is about 2 pages each, but the background materials may exceed 10 pages in total for several presentations.

The section of hosting is adjusted and the amount is $12,600 covering only the basic fees of conference reception. The rental of secretariat room is suggested to be two-day long as the workshop has to be prepared beforehand which will involve transportation of workshop agenda, storage of materials and PCs for check-in process on the meeting day.

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