Project Title

Regional Workshop on Measurement Challenges in Renewable Energy and Climate Science 

Project Year

2015   

Project Number

PPSTI 02 2015A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Completed Project   
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Project No.

PPSTI 02 2015A 

Project Title

Regional Workshop on Measurement Challenges in Renewable Energy and Climate Science 

Project Status

Completed Project 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Energy Efficiency 

Project Year

2015 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

75,480 

Co-funding Amount

64,635 

Total Project Value

140,115 

Sponsoring Forum

APEC Policy Partnership on Science, Technology and Innovation (PPSTI) 

Topics

Science and Technology 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

Energy Working Group (EWG); Sub-Committee on Standards and Conformance (SCSC) 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

China; United States 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Japan; Korea; Mexico; Peru; Chinese Taipei 

Expected Start Date

01/08/2015 

Expected Completion Date

30/11/2016 

Project Proponent Name 1

Wei Gao 

Job Title 1

Director, Department of R&D Management and International Cooperation 

Organization 1

National Institute of Metrology (NIM) 

Postal Address 1

No.18, Bei San Huan Dong Lu, Beijing 100029, China 

Telephone 1

86-10 64524241 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

gaowei@nim.ac.cn 

Project Proponent Name 2

Magdalena Navarro 

Job Title 2

Senior International Program Manager 

Organization 2

National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) 

Postal Address 2

100 Bureau Drive, Gaithersburg, MD 20876, USA 

Telephone 2

1-301 9752130 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

mnavarro@nist.gov 

Declaration

Wei Gao and Magdalena Navarro 

Project Summary

Echoing with APEC 2015 themes and priorities, supporting the PPSTI 2015 theme and work plan, with endorsements by Energy WG: Enhancing Regional Science and Technology Connectivity – promoting and empowering collaborative cross-economy STI activities to address current and future challenges, particularly in renewable energy (RE) and climate change (CS), and helping the APEC region achieve greater energy security and a lower carbon economy through increasing diversity of RE sources, the project objective is to strengthen regional measurement infrastructure and increase international partnerships to share approaches and best practices for expanded use of RE, efficient energy use and distribution systems. Aligned with these goals, APMP’s Chinese member proposes holding a one-day Workshop on “Measurement Challenges in RE and Climate Science” in October 2015 with the Asia Pacific Metrology Program (APMP) annual meeting in Beijing, China, to develop an action plan for a robust measurement infrastructure for RE and CS for regional economies. The impeding timeframe for this event will likely necessitate to request an expedited decision from BMC.

Relevance

Renewable energy (RE) and sustainable growth are long-term APEC priorities. Implementation of policy re: RE use, climate change monitoring and carbon emissions trading requires access to accurate, internationally-recognized measurement standards and methods, as does the evaluation of the impact and progress of carbon mitigation efforts. Such capabilities are equally important for assessing the impact of energy and greenhouse gas emission reduction policies on the economic development of an economy. Metrology Institutes (MIs) in each economy are responsible for developing peak measurement standards and technologies, including to those that underpin renewable energy and environmental-protection activities. However, this is an emerging field of metrology (measurement science); the technical infrastructure does not exist or is underdeveloped in most economies, especially developing economies.

The Asia Pacific Metrology Programme (APMP) is the grouping of Metrology Institutes – the “Regional Metrology Organization” (RMO) – for the Asia Pacific. APMP’s primary objective is to strengthen the measurement infrastructure in the Asia Pacific. This project will initiate APMP’s efforts in developing a metrological infrastructure for RE and CS, bringing together experts from APEC member MIs and other stakeholders. The aim is to generate an initial action plan that will help deliver sustained benefits to all APEC economies in terms of green development and cross-border transaction and cooperation. To maximize the participation of APEC economies, APMP will work closely with its counterpart RMO in the Americas, the Inter-American Metrology System (SIM), which includes five non-APMP APEC economies – the USA, Canada, Mexico, Peru and Chile.

This project directly addresses several Rank 1 priorities, including: standards, conformity assessment, technical regulations, regulatory cooperation; environmental goods and services, including trade and investment; and Rank 2 priorities, Sustainable Growth: energy efficiency, energy security and energy resiliency including the development of low carbon technology and alternative energy sources. An action plan for developing measurement standards capabilities in APEC economies re: renewable energy and climate change is the first step in developing the technical infrastructure to support the reliability and mutual acceptance of data used in renewable energy industries and carbon emissions trade. It also provides necessary support to governments of member economies in drafting appropriate policy and having in place appropriate standards, conformity assessment and regulatory frameworks to support these activities. 

The United States of America and the People’s Republic of China have a critical role to play in combating global climate change, since they are the biggest carbon emitters. On November 12, 2014 in Beijing China both President Obama and President Xi Jinping reaffirmed the importance of strengthening bilateral cooperation on climate change and the need to engage with other economies to adopt solutions. The seriousness of the challenge calls upon the two sides to work constructively together for the common good. It made a lot of sense that both the US and China submits a proposal to APEC for a Regional workshop on measurement and technological challenges in Renewable energy and climate science.

Objectives

a) Share the latest technological achievements in RE and CS metrology; identify technology and metrology areas where research, training, policy improvement and multilateral cooperation would be most beneficial for APEC economies;

b) Explore ways to promote regional and international partnerships to share approaches and best practices for expanded use of renewable energy (e.g. LEDs, solar energy, wind energy, etc), increase energy security, efficient energy use and distribution systems, and measurement of air quality, GHGs and other urban pollutants;

c) Develop an initial Action Plan for developing measurement standards and capabilities in APEC economies re: renewable energy and climate change, where measurement and technical challenges from the participants’ economies are highlighted; and

d) Start planning for subsequent activities to improve local and regional measurement and standards infrastructure for renewable energy and climate science, sustainably contributing to a green growth in the APEC region. Although these subsequent activities will be carried out with funds from APMP organizations, the Metrology Institutes (MIs) and other stakeholders, and not from this APEC project, economies may have opportunity for greater engagement in subsequent activities per the networks and knowledge gained through this APEC project.

Alignment

This project supports APEC’s long-term priorities of renewable energy and sustainable growth through the development of measurement capabilities and technologies. APEC Leaders have noted the importance of renewable energy and sustainable growth in most of the past Leaders’ Statements. In 2011, the Ministers for Trade noted the importance of promoting the development and use of internationally recognized measurement standards and reference materials. In 2013, the APEC Ministerial Meeting agreed to enhance efforts on achieving sustainable growth with equity through strengthening cooperation in the area of renewable energy. The 2014 Leaders' Declaration encouraged member economies to take action to eliminate restrictive measures that may impede progress in renewable energy technologies and development of this sector. In 2014, the Energy Ministers in the Beijing Declaration agreed to work on a range of critical energy issues in the region including ensuring energy security, removing barriers to energy trade and investment, facilitating LNG trade, promoting new and renewable energy, energy efficiency, and smart communities, keeping up safe nuclear power development, and cooperating on clean fossil fuel. The implementation of this project also closely meets the theme of APEC 2015 - Building Inclusive Economies, Building a Better World.

This project supports PPSTI’s mission, as laid out in its Strategic Plan, 1) to encourage economies’ innovation capacity building through the development of human capital, scientific research and infrastructure; 2) to establish networks/platforms that foster STI cooperation; and 3) to facilitate voluntary, market-driven dissemination of technology. This project is also aligned with PPSTI’s Terms of Reference (TOR), to develop common approaches to science, technology and innovation (STI) policies that promote the development, dissemination and commercialization of innovative technologies and R&D. Under the PPSTI 2015 Workplan, this project fits Subgroup C: Enhancing Regional Science and Technology Connectivity. It supports Subgroup C’s goal to promote and empower collaborative cross-economy STI activities to address current and future challenges, particularly in renewable energy, climate change and urban pollution.

TILF/ASF Justification

APEC developing economies are among the world major emitters of greenhouse gases and are economies suffer heavily from the detrimental effects of these emissions. Effective solutions to energy and climate problems, such as, expanded use of renewable energy, increasing energy security, adoption of efficient energy use and distribution systems, and measurement of air quality, GHGs and other urban pollutants, all rely on accurate and internationally recognized measurement standards and technologies. However, these are emerging fields of measurement sciences; the technical infrastructure does not exist or is very underdeveloped in most APEC developing economies.

We save the majority of APEC funds to support participation of APEC developing economies, with representatives not only coming from metrology communities but also from academia, government and industries. These participants will have an opportunity to learn the latest technical achievements in RE & CS metrology areas and share world best practices and methodologies. Questionnaires will be circulated in advance to assess developing economies’ needs and concerns. A penal discussion session will be arranged to enable in-depth discussions on these questions. Ultimately, the project will help start or promote APEC developing economies’ R&D and policy promotion in areas RE & CS metrology, and gradually underpin their low carbon economic growth. Furthermore, only a gradually balanced technical development will lead to the realization of international equivalence and mutual recognition of measurement standards and technologies among all APEC economies, which underpins e.g. carbon emissions trading and evaluation of the impact and progress of carbon mitigation efforts in the region.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: Many advanced MIs in the world do academic research on energy and climate science metrology: they develop theories, standards, equipment and methods to achieve highly accurate, reliable and internationally consistent measurements of energy and environmental quantities. Cutting edge research projects include: Advanced Microwave Remote Sensing Satellite Calibration Standards, Gas Standards, LASER-DSR technology based new reference solar cell efficiency measurement standard, if just to name a few. Meanwhile, the International Bureau for Weights and Measures (BIPM) as the international metrology organization and the APMP and the SIM as the “Regional Metrology Organization” (RMO) have both developed plans, mechanisms and initiatives to enhance research and collaboration in energy and environment metrology areas. Outcomes of all these activities have created a very solid basis for this project.

The only APEC-funded part of this project will be a one-day Workshop themed “Measurement Challenges in Renewable Energy and Climate Science” held on October 29, 2015, as a side event of the 2015 annual meeting of the APMP. The Workshop will focus on two themes: Climate science and Renewable Energy, with detailed presentation and discussion topics including: Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Measurements, Carbon Emission Monitoring, measurement standards for Renewable Energy (Bio, Wind, Solar, LED, etc.), Measurement and Verification for Building Energy Efficiency, Energy storage, etc. The Workshop will include two parts: in the plenary session, distinguished experts from the BIPM, APMP and leading MIs will introduce the latest strategic plans and R&D outcomes; in the panel discussion session, participants of APEC member economies will be divided up into smaller groups to have more in-depth discussion on assigned topics and report back to the full meeting on key conclusions.  Finally, the Workshop will generate an Action Work Plan to initiate APMP’s efforts in developing a metrological infrastructure for renewable energy and climate science.

Outcomes: Outcomes of this project will not be limited to a one-off technical exchange but make substantive, long-term benefits to APEC member economies in technical capacity building for RE & CS metrology. Specific changes the outputs are expected to achieve in the medium-term include:

a) This Workshop will very likely become a demonstration workshop initiating APEC’s long-term efforts for RE & CS metrology capacity building. Periodical or similar workshops will be discussed and may occur in conjunction with the future annual meetings of APMP to deliver sustainable outputs;

b) This Workshop at the same time combines with the first meeting of the “Focus Group for Energy Efficiency” and the “Focus Group for Climate Change” that were set up by APMP in 2014. These focus groups will get together scientists in relevance and create multilateral collaborative platforms to enable regular technology exchange and coordinated efforts between MIs of APEC member economies;

c) The Workshop will generate an Action Plan, of which the implementation will help promote the substantive conduction of bilateral and multilateral technical cooperation activities in various forms such as joint research, personnel exchange and standard comparisons;

d) By strengthening the measurement technical infrastructure, this project would ultimately contribute to the sustainable advancement of renewable energy technologies and low carbon economic growth in the APEC region.

Beneficiaries: The key beneficiaries are the Metrology Institutes of APEC member economies. The Workshop will mainly be open to metrology institutes of all 21 APEC member economies. Participants will need to meet specific criteria, such as being a measurement scientist in climate science/energy, a relevant managerial staff member, have the support of their organizations and the authority to disseminate knowledge both within their own organizations and to other relevant stakeholders in order to build measurement capacity re: climate science and energy.

The workshop also needs to educate the broader community, not just metrologists. So other beneficiaries include representatives from recognized government agencies, industries and related research institutions (e.g. on meteorology and environment science). Government officials from authorities can share current and pending regulations regarding renewable energy systems and climate change. They may also suggest some new policies about research and application of RE&CS metrology technologies, which, as an ideal consequence, can become part of the guidance for MIs. Enterprises will bring the most accurate industrial demand and support the researchers and experts to learn the market.

Approximately 10 speakers will be invited from the BIPM, APMP, Australia, China, Chinese Taipei, Japan, Korea, the United States, as well as Germany and the United Kingdom (for whom Guest status endorsement will be sought). Their involvement will significantly increase the quality of project outcomes given their respective strengths in S&T, along with long term involvement in RE & CS metrology.

This workshop will have invitation for women to present lectures and attend the event and both APMP and APEC will promote the inclusion of women in follow-up projects.

Dissemination

a) During the workshop, technical information will be disseminated to academia (experts, researchers and professionals from MIs and related research institutions of the APEC member Economies), APEC economies/governments representatives, and industries via presentations and discussions;

b) After the workshop, an Action Plan providing guidance for APMP economies in developing a metrological infrastructure for renewable energy and climate science, will be distributed (electronic publication). The Action Plan will be also shared with the PPSTI WG;

c) Before and after the event, we will have surveys and the event summary shared on the APMP website to keep all the parties updated with the progress of the project. The APMP website is maintained by APMP Secretariat and no funds from the project will be use to maintain this website.  APEC economies will be notified of the materials on the website.

Gender

This Workshop is a promising project that will initiate APEC’s long-term efforts for RE & CS metrology capacity building, where participation and engagement of women will be well ensured. The metrological institute and related stakeholders involved in this project of each APEC economy has a reasonable proportion of female scientists or administrators. APEC, APMP and SIM all have participation of women in their committees and working groups. The organizers of this project are committed to promote the inclusion of women in the workshop, as invited speakers, as panel experts and general attendees to at least a 40% level. The project organizers that developed and planned this workshop in the U.S. and China are almost all women (about 80% of the organizers of this workshop are women).

The report “Gender and Climate Change” (available at the International Union for Conservation of Nature Website as a pdf), concludes that women are more severely affected by climate change and natural disasters because of their social roles and because of discrimination and poverty. The report also predicts that Global warming physical, economic, social, and cultural impacts will jeopardize women far more than men. To make matters worse, they're also underrepresented in decision-making about climate change, greenhouse gas emissions, and, most critically, discussions and decisions about adaptation and mitigation.

The resulting techniques and applications will be shared with all relevant or interested parties, where women will be included. In the long term of regional measurement capacity building, by tackling the energy shortage, promoting the use of renewable energy, and mitigating the challenges of climate change, everyone (men and women of all social strata, ages, and occupations) will be the ultimate beneficiaries; including those who suffers from environmental pollution in their cities.

Work Plan

09/2015: Establish workshop framework: identification of topics, drafting of workshop agenda, identification of qualified speakers; invitation of speakers;

09 - 10/2015: Preparation and organization of the workshop: identification and invitation of audience, promotion of the workshop to ensure effective participation, confirm speakers, logistical preparations for meeting rooms, facilities, meals, transportations, etc, prepare all required paper-work;

10.29/2015: Open the workshop: the Workshop will be held for one full day in Beijing, China as a side event of the 2015 APMP annual meeting, which is being hosted by the Chinese member of APMP. A one day event is sufficient to create an action plan since the participants will receive questions to prepare ahead of time.

11/2015 - 02/2016: Conclude the workshop: wrap up the outcomes and outputs, develop, circulate and finalize the Action Plan, conduct surveys to assess the workshop quality and effectiveness, prepare workshop report for APEC. A web portal that will be established at the APMP website with APMP funds to share presentations, the action plan, and follow-up information;  APEC participants will have access to this web portal.

03 - 11/2016: Plan for follow-up events: start planning for training, workshops, seminar, etc to improve local and regional measurement and standards infrastructure for renewable energy and climate science, contributing to a green growth in the APEC region. The follow-up events will be carried with funds by APMP and the MIs of the region, or by applying for new APEC projects. Other bilateral or multilateral capacity building activities, such as joint research, training, seminars and comparisons will also be organized to continuously improve local and regional measurement and standards infrastructure for renewable energy and climate science.

11/2016:  Continue the implementation of the Action Plan via efforts of Metrology Institutes (MIs), APMP, and other related stakeholders; and assess improvements at the next APMP Annual Meeting, including exploring how to keep APEC economies engaged.

Risks

Perhaps the biggest problem is that many APEC economies lack the technical basis to develop measurement and standards capabilities in renewable energy and climate science areas. These two are very cutting edge areas and represent significant challenges for metrology. Very few MIs have capabilities in these areas of technology. Some have capabilities in limited items of measurements but not a comprehensive set of expertise. It will take a fairly long time to develop sufficient measurement capabilities in, for instance, improving emissions measurements, development of Certified Reference Materials and Gas Standards for CO2, CH4, N2O, etc); Ozone (O3); and more utilization of bioenergy,  solar and wind energy.

The second difficulty lies in the coordination and collaboration between metrology community and policy makers and other related communities. For example, many pieces of legislation or policies have been passed in several APEC economies, but the measurement and standards capabilities to implement them do not exist. This is main reason that the proposers wanted to link the PPSTI community, which deals with policy with the APMP metrology community. If MIs expect to interact with the Atmospheric Monitoring/Meteorology community regarding measurements of Particulate Matter, they must possess at very least some basic capabilities and know what they are measuring and the proper methodologies. Policy makers/politicians also need to be educated on measurement technology requirements. This is the general issue that needs to be addressed by each APEC economy. APMP is committed to address the measurement challenges found in the Action plan and work together with PPSTI WG, EWG and SCSC WG to accelerate the implementation of policies and adoption of best measurement practices.

Monitoring and Evaluation

The workshop would be followed up by several surveys of participants (near, medium, and long term) to evaluate its effectiveness. Information to be collected will include:

a) What is the most important information you learn from this workshop? How will these impact the measurement and standards capabilities development in your economy?

b) What is the regulatory climate or situation in your economy and in the region? How do they impact metrology needs for renewable energy and climate science? How do they impact the work for your MI?

c) What are the strengths of your economy (in terms of technology, infrastructure, natural resources, etc.) that would help meet the measurements and standards challenges in these areas?

d) What are your short term and long term needs for capacity development to meet these challenges (in terms of technology, infrastructure, metrology, training, financial resources, etc.)? How do these impact the work of your MI?

e) What mechanisms will you establish and what measures will you take to develop measurement and standards capabilities for renewable energy and climate science? How is that progressed?

f) What training do you need to improve measurement and standards capabilities to implement renewable energy and climate science policies? What training opportunities do you like to seek from Leading MIs?

The vision underpinning the workshop is not only for technology exchange, but also the development of a network of experts in the APEC region to maintain communications into the future. The feedbacks collected can be used to make a more practical work plan and to coordinate the existing and future activities of member economies towards measurement standards, standard test methods, etc, which each APEC member economy can benefit. The final goal would be the start of continuous emissions monitoring systems and share of data among member economies.  In addition, PO will consider other indicators to track the implementation of this project, such as number of participants at the workshop (supposed to have more than 100 delegates, from 21 APEC member economies, related international organizations and industries).

Linkages

Metrology Institutes of APEC member economies are the direct target audience of this Workshop – covering the Asia Pacific (through APMP) and the Americas (through SIM). Non-APEC stakeholders including experts from the Metrology Institutes of UK and Germany will be approached to contribute as speakers. The PPSTI asked for the endorsement of the Energy Working Group (EWG) and it was received. The EWG provided comments and suggestions to improve the proposal. The project seeks to concentrate in helping on the measurement challenges in the areas of renewable energy and climate science, therefore complementing the EWG efforts and not duplicating them.

 Information was also notified to the Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI)’s Sub-Committee on Standards and Conformance (SCSC), noting that APMP is also one of the five “Specialist Regional Bodies” in standards and conformance identified by APEC SCSC. Stakeholders from e.g. the International Bureau of Weights and Measures (BIPM), the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and the Asia Pacific Legal Metrology Forum (APLMF) will also be invited. Note that the Metrology Institute of UK as well as the BIPM (at the global level) have organized related workshops (February 2013, UK; July 2014, BIPM).

Sustainability

MRV principles (Measurable, Reportable, and Verifiable) are principles set for carbon emissions reductions. The accuracy and reliability (and therefore the credibility) of measurements can only be improved by involvement of the metrology institutes. This is sole responsibility of the Metrology Institutes (MIs)! At the present time, most APEC economies lack the measurement and standards capabilities to implement renewable energy and climate science policies. More joint research and measurement inter-comparisons need to be carried out. More detailed regional technical training needs have to be identified, and the coordination and communication between the metrology and meteorological communities and policy makers to be increased.

This project will not be limited to a one-time technical exchange but will attempt to make substantive, long-term benefits to APEC member economies in technical capacity building for RE & CS metrology, through:

a) A web portal that will be established at the APMP website with APMP funds to share presentations, the action plan, and follow-up information;

b) Every year, APMP Technical Committees (TCs) will organize workshops as side events of the APMP annual meeting. In the future, the APMP Focus Groups on Energy Efficiency and on Climate Change can organize periodical workshop to deliver sustainable outputs;

c) There are practical channels in the future to support travels of invited speakers and participants from APEC developing economies. They include: subsequent APEC funds (if possible), APMP fund (limited), the host’s financial support, and a funding sponsored by the national metrology institute of Germany (PTB) to support APMP activities.

d) Other bilateral or multilateral capacity building activities, such as joint research, training, seminars and comparisons will also be organized to continuously improve local and regional measurement and standards infrastructure for renewable energy and climate science.

Project Overseers

The Project Overseers are Wei Gao (PRC), Director, Dept. of R&D Management & International Cooperation, NIM of the people’s Republic of China, and Magdalena Navarro, Senior International Program Manager, International and Academic Affairs Office at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

Wei Gao has been the Director of International Cooperation Office of NIM since 2005, which is responsible for liaison with the International Metrological Organization, such as, BIPM, APMP, facilitating and coordinating the collaborations between NIM and other National Metrology Institutes (NMIs) in the world, like NIST of the USA, PTB of Germany, NPL of UK, NMI of Australia, KRISS of Korea, NMIJ of Japan, etc. In 2011-2015, she also led the Department of R&D Management, which is responsible for R&D programming and supervising the implementation of some key research projects funded by the National Science and Technology Programs. Wei Gao has been playing an active role in promoting the collaboration between NIM and NIST in standards for greenhouse gas measurements, and led the organization of a Joint Workshop on Measurements and Standards for Climate Change in 2012.

Magdalena Navarro is responsible for the preparation, coordination and implementation of bilateral and multilateral agreements with other international bodies, and provides liaison between NIST laboratories and their counterparts in governmental and non-governmental organizations in China, Japan, Spain, Brazil, and several other economies in Central & South America. She most recently has coordinated five workshops in the Americas related to Metrological and Technological Challenges related to Renewable Energy and Climate Science. In 2012, she spend a year in the White House Office of Science and Technology Office (OSTP) to develop and oversee policies relevant to international affairs and S&T policy issues related to National Security in support of OSTP mission.

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