Project Title

Reducing Losses in Power Distribution through Improved Efficiency of Distribution Transformers 

Project Year

2016   

Project Number

EWG 05 2016A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

EWG 05 2016A 

Project Title

Reducing Losses in Power Distribution through Improved Efficiency of Distribution Transformers 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Energy Efficiency 

Project Year

2016 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

189,400 

Co-funding Amount

127,800 

Total Project Value

317,200 

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

Philippines; Chinese Taipei; Thailand; United States 

Expected Start Date

01/10/2016 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2017 

Project Proponent Name 1

An Min 

Job Title 1

Supervisor of International Cooperation 

Organization 1

China Standard Certification Company 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

Not Applicable 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

anmin@csc.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

An Min 

Project Summary

Distribution transformers (DTs) are a key component of the electricity system, and are responsible for about 30% of electricity transmission and distribution losses. The project aims at supporting the improvement of DTs’ energy efficiency in APEC economies (as a means to reduce electricity losses and corresponding GHG emissions) by building the capacity of standard making bodies and policy makers for the adoption of the upcoming IEC standard for DTs (IEC 60076-20), which provides a much better tool to support improvements in the EE of DTs compared with the existing domestic standards. The project’s duration is 15 months, and will include experts’ comparative analysis (existing domestic standards vs. upcoming IEC standard), policy recommendations and practical guidance to policy and standard makers on adoption of new IEC standard. The adoption of the new IEC standard will directly contribute to support utilities’ objectives to reduce losses and provide an appropriate tool to drive improvements in DTs’ design towards higher energy efficiency.

Relevance

Based on IEA data, transmission and distribution (T&D) losses in electricity networks in APEC economies vary from a low of 2.8% to a high of 15.6 % of final consumption. About a third of T&D losses take place in distribution transformers (DTs). Based on the LBNL study conducted as part of the “APEC EWG 15/2012A: APEC Distribution Transformers Survey: Estimate of Energy Savings Potential from Increase in MEPS” in 2012, the deployment of higher efficient DTs (cost-effective scenario) could save 20% of DT losses by 2030, equivalent to 32 TWh of electricity per annum, reducing CO2 emissions by 18 Mt. As the amount of electricity losses is determined by the energy efficiency level of DTs, this saving potential could be easily achieved by increasing the level of Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS). While the energy performance level to be achieved by DTs is determined by the MEPS, it is measured/tested based on the load factor. Apart from the EU, China and Peru, most economies (and all APEC economies except China) use 50% load to measure/test the energy performance of DTs. However, DTs almost never operate at 50% load, as shown on the graph. The actual losses in a DT are determined by:

No Load Loss + (Load Loss X Load Factor2)



Using 50% load to measure the energy performance of DTs is therefore not appropriate, as shown in the following table:



Due to changes in load curve shape and design options:

–  ACTUAL energy consumption of DTs (and therefore losses) is HIGHER than the “best case” scenario (using the 50% load standard) by 24% (realistic case) to 73% (worst case)

–  The energy savings estimates of LBNL of 32 TWh (by 2030) in APEC economies should therefore be much higher by up to 23 TWh.

This corresponds to an uncertainty about energy savings and actual energy consumption by 73%. In other words, using 50% load to test the EE of DTs 1) does not allow to capture the actual losses of DTs, 2) does not allow to correctly estimate energy savings potential, and 3) does not create avenues for appropriately and efficiently improving efficiency in DTs through technology drive, as manufacturers design their DTs to meet the MEPS given the test method used (50% load in all economies in APEC, except China).

The upcoming IEC standard for DTs (IEC 60076-20) aims at addressing this issue by integrating 3 scenarios: Load losses / no load losses; Efficiency at 50% load; Peak efficiency index.

The best way to estimate the ACTUAL energy consumption and energy performance of DTs is the load/no-load losses approach, as it best reflects the actual situation. The EU and China have already adopted this method, which is favored by utilities as it matches with existing procurement practices (procurement notices specify requirements in terms of load/no-load losses) and provides higher flexibility of usage (irrespective of load curve). Transformers are designed based on load/no-load losses, so the change in test method will have no detrimental impact on the industry. Adoption of the upcoming IEC 60076-20 standard will allow for better estimates of the actual energy consumption of DTs and distribution losses and, most importantly, push manufacturers to enhance the design of their DTs to increase energy performance at peak load conditions. This is the only way to actually achieve the energy saving potential related to DTs.

Objectives

The long-term objective of this project is to improve the energy performance of DTs in APEC economies, resulting in reduced electricity losses and GHG emissions. The potential is, based on deployment of cost-effective higher efficiency transformers (numbers per annum, by 2030, compared to 2012): reduce losses by 55 TWh, reduce GHG emissions by 30 MtCO2.

To contribute to this long-term objective, the project will support APEC economies with adoption of the upcoming IEC 60076-20 standard, which will drive technology changes and increase of DT’s energy performance.

The specific objectives of the project are:

·  To build the capacity of policy makers on the (positive) impact of adopting IEC 60076-20 standard for their economies in terms of electricity distribution loss reductions and GHG emission reductions

·  To provide policy makers with clear policy recommendations that are made in consultation with key stakeholders (testing laboratories, manufacturers, standard making bodies).

Alignment

This project will contribute to align APEC economies with international standards, in line with the APEC Regulatory Cooperation Process Mechanism on Trade-Related Standards and Technical Regulations. It is also directly relevant to the “APEC Growth Strategy” adopted by APEC Leaders in 2010, and more specifically with the EWG’s objective to maximize the energy sector's contribution to the region's economic and social well-being, while mitigating the environmental effects of energy supply and use. It directly contributes towards the EGEEC’s mission to advance economic and social well-being, and to realize environmental benefits in the Asia-Pacific region through energy conservation and the application of energy-efficiency practices and technologies.

TILF/ASF Justification

The project will build the capacity of several stakeholders, as follows:

·   Representatives from testing laboratories, manufacturers and standard making bodies on the IEC 60076-20 standard by actively engaging them in the conduct of the comparative analysis study (comparing IEC 60076-20 standard with current domestic standards): consultation workshops, one-on-one interviews; and

·   Policy makers (economies’ representatives in the EGEEC) through active engagement in the preparation of policy recommendations: consultation workshops, steering committee, one-on-one interviews. The project will also provide them with clear policy recommendations and roadmaps for the adoption and implementation of such recommendations into domestic policies, and give them the necessary means to initiate, in their economies, a domestic process for adoption of the new IEC standard.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: 

Output 1: Comparative analysis and technical recommendations report: Detailed studies will be conducted to demonstrate the importance of adopting the new IEC standards, using load/no load losses to determine the energy performance of DTs. This will include an APEC-wide study on load curve changes due to liberalization of electricity markets, smart grids, energy storage, distributed generation, etc., as well as a study on technological trend while optimizing loss performance in distribution transformers and possible impact on each loss component. The comparative analysis will allow the formulation of recommendations regarding the method to best regulate energy performance in DTs to minimize uncertainty in energy saving benefits and drive technology improvements (from 50% EE to load/no-load losses standard).

Dissemination:

· Direct mailing to EGEEC members

· Uploading on websites: APEC, IEA, UNEP, project’s co-sponsoring economies

· Distribution during the 2 consultation workshops (see output 3)

Output 2: Policy and regulatory recommendations report: Through active consultation with utilities, testing laboratories, manufacturers and governments, the project will formulate policy and regulatory recommendations to assist APEC economies in adopting the new IEC standard. This will be done through direct one-on-one consultations and consultation workshops. The policy recommendations report will include clear guidelines to the development of policy roadmaps for the intention of policy makers.

Dissemination:

· Direct mailing to EGEEC members

· Uploading on websites: APEC, IEA, UNEP, project’s co-sponsoring economies

· Distribution during the international conference (see output 4)

Output 3: Consultation workshops (2): Two (2) workshops will be organized to ensure effective consultation with strategic stakeholders for the preparation of the policy recommendations. Each workshop will last 1.5 days for 20-25 participants. The location of the workshops is not yet determined, but one will be organized in China, and another one in a devleoping economy in Southeast Asia.

Output 4: International conference: An international conference will be organized at the end of the project with 150 participants, assembling major manufacturers, utilities and government officials to disseminate the outputs of this project and develop partnerships to initiate domestic processes for adoption of the new IEC standard. The location of the international conference is not determined yet, but will be organized either in China or in a devleoping economy in Southeast Asia.

Outcomes: The project will:

· Build the capacity of policy makers on the (positive) impact of adopting IEC 60076-20 standard for their economies in terms of electricity distribution loss reductions and GHG emission reductions

· Provide policy makers with clear policy recommendations that are made in consultation with key stakeholders (testing laboratories, manufacturers, standard making bodies) 

With a clear understanding of the benefits of adopting the IEC 60076-20 standard in their domestic economies (inter alia electricity distribution loss reduction, GHG emission reduction), the project expects that in the medium-term, APEC economies will initiate a process to change their domestic standard and adopt IEC 60076-20. This will be facilitated by the policy roadmaps that will be prepared in consultation with policy makers, and which will provide them with a clear action plan. The same methodology was adopted in the ASEAN SHINE program, initially funded by APEC (APEC-ASEAN Harmonization of Energy Efficiency Standards for Air Conditioners: Phase 1 (Project no. EWG 12/2012A)): it led to the replacement of domestic standards in ASEAN with one single standard, the international standard ISO5151:2010 (test methods for measuring the energy efficiency level of air conditioners), as well as to the adoption of a regional policy roadmap, followed by the development and endorsement of domestic policy roadmaps. 

The adoption of IEC 60076-20 standard will bring several benefits to APEC economies. As described in section 1. Relevance, this standard measures the actual enegy consumption of DTs (and not a theoretical value based on 50% load, as the current domestic standards do), and therefore allows to better differentiate the actual energy efficiency level of DTs. The adoption of this standard will therefore support APEC economies in their efforts to promote the installation of higher efficiency DTs. In terms of impact, the potential, based on deployment of cost-effective higher efficiency transformers, is estimated as follows (numbers per annum, by 2030, compared to 2012): reduce losses by 55 TWh, reduce GHG emissions by 30 MtCO2 (source: LBNL: “Energy Efficiency Potential for Distribution Transformers in the APEC Economies”, 2013, produced as part of the APEC funded project EWG 15/2012A: “APEC Distribution Transformers Survey: Estimate of Energy Savings Potential from Increase in MEPS”). 

APEC economies will significantly benefit from an increase of the energy performance standards of DTs such as decrease of distribution losses in electricity networks and economic gain of power utilities. Manufacturers in APEC economies will in parallel cut down testing and certification expenditures due to harmonized testing protocols and removal of non-tariff barriers to trade (due to adoption of IEC 60076-20 in APEC economies).

Beneficiaries: Direct beneficiaries will be policy makers and standard making bodies in the field of Energy Efficiency and Conservation (EE&C). They are represented in the APEC EGEEC, so they will be regularly updated during EGEEC meetings, as well as through regular communications by email to provide them with drafts of the studies being conducted. Finally, they will be assembled in two (2) consultation workshops that will present the outcomes of the study, provide them with an opportunity to participate in the formulation of policy recommendations, as well as share best practices with key experts being invited to deliver presentations. The final outputs such as the study report, the policy recommendations including the proposed roadmap will assist APEC economies in developing appropriate policies and programs to increase the energy performance standards of DTs.


Beneficiary

Qualifications of the representatives involved on the project

Benefits

1. Policy makers: APEC economies’ representatives in EGEEC

Expert in policy making – decision makers within department

· Increased understanding of technical issues related to IEC 60076-20, and particularly how such standard favors higher efficient DTs

· Clear policy recommendations, made through effective consultation with manufacturers, standard making bodies, testing laboratories, policy makers from other APEC economies; and

· Action plan to initiate a domestic process to adopt IEC 60076-20

2. Standard making bodies, testing laboratories, manufacturers

Senior technical staff

· Increased understanding of technical issues related to IEC 60076-20

- Ability to compare with existing domestic standards

- Ability to modify testing protocols when IEC 60076-20 is adopted

3. DT manufacturers

Senior technical staff

· Increased understanding of technical issues related to IEC 60076-20

· Exposure to international best practices

- Ability to integrate necessary changes to improve design of their DTs

Note: Examples of DT manufacturers include Guangdong Haihong Transformer Co., Ltd., Metglas Inc./Hitachi Metals Ltd, JiangSu HuaPeng Transformer Co., Ltd, Zhejaing Farady Electric Co. Ltd, Charoenchai Transformer Co. Ltd., TiraThai Transformers Co., Ltd., Prolec GE, etc. Examples of testing laboratories include the Electrical and Electronics Institute (Thailand), Energy Research & Testing Laboratory & Services (Philippines’ Department of Energy Testing Laboratory); Vietnam Standard and Quality Institute; Underwriters Laboratories, etc.

All APEC economies will be targeted and invited to participate in project activities, including stakeholders’ consultation workshops and international conference. Financial support will be provided to participants from APEC developing economies to ensure their participation.

Dissemination

The workshops, international conference, technical reports and the final report will be advertised by publishing on APEC, EWG, and EGEE&C websites, through press releases, and by targeting stakeholders in all APEC economies. The outputs will also be delivered directly to international energy-related partners. CNIS (umbrella organization of CSC, Project Overseer) will publish the main project outputs on China Energy Label Website (http://www.energylabel.gov.cn/en/) and share them with strategic stakeholders including government departments, international EES&L organizations, industry associations, manufacturers, academic bodies, testing institutes, etc. The International Copper Association (ICA, partner in this project) will also largely disseminate the outputs of the project through its own web sites and networks, including the ASEAN SHINE platform (with organizations such as IEA, UNEP, UNDP, Australian government, etc., members of the Advisory Committee). Both soft and hard copies of the workshop presentations and final project report will be prepared and circulated to each APEC economy and to interested stakeholders such as DTs manufacturers, regulators, and energy policy agencies.

The project Overseer will also encourage the project consultant to publish the results in an appropriate technical journal and/or present the results at international meetings. There is no intention to sell the outputs arising from this project.

Gender

The project does not aim to explicitly benefit men or women.

To ensure that no gender is disadvantaged, the project team will encourage equitable participation by men and women at all steps of the project. Sex-disaggregated data will be applied for project assessment where feasible, i.e. workshop attendance. The selection of consultants, workshop presenters will be organised in an unbiased environment irrespective of gender. Besides, Project Overseer will take care to ensure that the workshop and all related administrative arrangements are executed in a gender-neutral manner, and in particular in a manner that does not disadvantage women. Women from APEC economies will be targeted as workshop participants and presenters.

It is expected that the project output would benefit all members of the private and public sector engaged, regardless of gender.

A 50% balance between male and female is indeed not realistic in this industry, and such objective has not been indicated in the proposal. It is anticipated that 10-20% of the participants in the workshops and the international conference would be female.

Work Plan

Timeline: 15 months, from October 2016 until December 2017.

Activity 1: Selection of consultant: October 2016 until December 2016

Detailed TORs will be prepared and a call for tenders will be organized, following the APEC procedures. An evaluation committee will be formed with members from CSC (project overseer), ICA (partner), 2-3 representatives from the co-sponsoring economies, as well as 1-2 independent experts.

Activity 2: Detailed comparative analysis study: January 2017 until June 2017

- The work will be carried out by the consultant under close supervision from CSC (project overseer) and ICA (partner)

- ICA will provide technical support to complement the resources of the consultant, especially for the conduct of consultation interviews with strategic stakeholders

- The consultant will prepare a draft report by March 2017; comments and inputs from strategic stakeholders gathered during the first stakeholders consultation workshop (see Activity 3) will be integrated to prepare the draft final report (expected by July 2017)

Activity 3: Policy and regulatory recommendations: March 2017 until November 2017

Through active consultation with utilities, testing laboratories, manufacturers and governments, the project will formulate policy and regulatory recommendations to assist APEC economies adopt the new IEC standard. This will be done through direct one-on-one consultations and consultation workshops. This consultation will be done by ICA with the support of the consultant:

- A first stakeholders’ consultation workshop will be organized in April 2017. In addition to getting comments and suggestions on the draft report prepared by the consultant (for the comparative analysis study), the workshop will be organized in break-out sessions where participants will discuss benefits for their economies and make suggestions for policy measures

- The consultant and ICA will then work on developing such policy recommendations into clear action plans

- Such recommendations and action plans will be further discussed during the second stakeholders’ consultation workshop to be organized in October 2017

- The final report will be prepared accordingly and be published in November 2017

Activity 4: International conference: December 2017

An international conference on the model of the one organized in the framework of the APEC funded project EWG 15/2012A: “APEC Distribution Transformers Survey: Estimate of Energy Savings Potential from Increase in MEPS” will be organized for 150 participants. It will gather all the stakeholders consulted during the conduct of the study (act. 2) and the policy recommendations (act. 3), as well as major manufacturers, utilities, testing laboratories, academe and government officials to disseminate the outputs of this project and develop partnerships to initiate domestic processes for adoption of the new IEC standard.

Structure: the project will establish a Steering Committee with representatives from governments (EGEEC members), manufacturers and utilities. The SC will meet regularly (webmeetings and 2 physical meetings) to ensure efficient consultation and that the findings and recommendations are line with the beneficiaries’ objectives.

Risks

There are little risks outside the direct control of the project overseer and its partner ICA. A risk analysis is provided for each activity:

Activity 1: Selection of consultant: in order to ensure that the consultant is selected on time to start work effectively in January 2017, CSC and ICA will prepare TORs before the project officially starts. CSC and ICA have already worked in the field of DTs and therefore know most qualified consultants as well as the appropriate methodology to conduct such work. The evaluation of proposals and selection of the consultant should therefore be done on time and without foreseeable problem.

Activity 2: Detailed comparative analysis study: with such studies, the major risk relates to the usual lack of available data. For this particular study, required data include:

-  domestic standards in use in APEC economies (this information is readily available from the Internet)

-  technological trends (this information is available from Internet search as well as through qualified experts in the field; another source is the major manufacturers, which whom ICA has close relations)

-  data to analyze load curve changes due to liberalization of electricity markets, smart grids, energy storage, distributed generation, etc.: as primary data will be hardly accessible, the consultant will use accepted models and interviews with experts in the field as well as manjor manufacturers.

Activity 3: Policy and regulatory recommendations: risks include:

-  Recommendations not being accepted by the intended final beneficiary: to avoid this risk, policy recommendations will be formulated by policy makers themselves, through one-on-one interviews as well as two stakeholders’ consultation workshops.

-  Little representation in stakeholders’ consultation workshops: to mitigate this risk, the project, its methodology, timeline and objectives will be widely communicated to all intended beneficiaries as soon as the proposal is approved by APEC. In addition, EGEEC members will be regularly updated about project progress through direct communication by the EGEEC Secretariat (CNIS, umbrella organization of CSC, Project Overseer) and during the 2 annual EGEEC meetings. Financial support will be provided to participants from APEC developing economies to ensure their participation.

Activity 4: International conference: risks include:

Little participation: to mitigate this risk, the project, its methodology, timeline and objectives will be widely communicated to all intended beneficiaries as soon as the proposal is approved by APEC. In addition, all the strategic stakeholders who would have an interest in the international conference will be consulted during the project implementation (interviews, email communications, 2 stakeholders’ consultation workshops). Financial support will be provided to participants from APEC developing economies to ensure their participation.

Monitoring and Evaluation

A Project Steering Committee will be set up with representatives from EGEEC and key stakeholders. Quarterly webmeetings will be organized, as well as 2 face-to-face meetings in conjunction with the consultation workshops.

The following indicators will be used to monitor the progress and quality of outputs:

Output

Indicator

Sources of information

Output 1: Comparative analysis and technical recommendations report

Scope of investigation and accuracy of the data

Draft and final report covering all 21 APEC economies

Quality and usefulness of the research and analysis report

Experts peer-review report, including at least 5 experts from the industry

Evaluation questionnaire collected during consultation workshops

Output 2: Policy and regulatory recommendations report

Quality and usefulness of policy recommendations and roadmaps

Evaluation questionnaire collected during consultation workshops

Output 3: Consultation workshops

Effectiveness of the consultation to gather policy recommendations

Minutes of the consultation workshops;

Consultation workshops’ reports

Number of participants

25 per workshop (50 in total)

Output 4: International conference

Quality and usefulness of presentations and speakers

Evaluation questionnaires

Number of participants

150

In accordance with APEC requirements, the project team will provide regular research reports, and with APEC timely communication, take appropriate action as soon as possible when the progress is unsatisfactory.

The following indicators will be used to measure the impact of the project at the outcomes level: 

Outcome

Indicator

Source of information

Build the capacity of policy makers on the (positive) impact of adopting IEC 60076-20 standard for their economies in terms of electricity distribution loss reductions and GHG emission reductions

Level of understanding of technical, policy, economic, and strategic issues as a result of the reports and the workshops

Evaluation questionnaires collected during consultation workshops and intenrational conference

Provide policy makers with clear policy recommendations that are made in consultation with key stakeholders (testing laboratories, manufacturers, standard making bodies)

Clarity and appropriateness of policy recommendations;

Relevance to domestic requirements

Evaluation questionnaires collected during consultation workshops and international conference

Linkages

With a strong policy and standards element, the project will engage the EWG, EGEEC and SCSC for review, inputs and recommendations. All the outputs will be circulated among members of these groups and they will be invited to attend the consultation workshops and the international conference. The project overseer will regularly update on progress and outputs.

This project directly builds on several previous work: 1) CNIS and ICA have completed a project named “China Higher Efficiency Power and Distribution Transformers Promotion Project” funded by the EU to increase EE standards including GB20052-2006 about MEPS of three-phase distribution transformers in China for DTs as well as build capacity of manufacturers and users. It will provide useful data, lessons and training materials and analysis models/tools to be used in the APEC-funded project; 2) In 2004 with support of ICA, CNIS hosted the development of MEPS for power transformers, and market survey were conducted on production, export, sale, price, energy efficiency situation, annual average load rate, operation time, etc., and life-cycle cost and energy saving potential were analyzed. It has laid solid technical foundation regarding market survey methodology and energy saving potential analysis models/tools and will provide important reference for this project; 3) CNIS and ICA have successfully completed the APEC funded project EWG 15/2012A: “APEC Distribution Transformers Survey: Estimate of Energy Savings Potential from Increase in MEPS”, on which this project directly builds. 4) In ASEAN, ICA is managing the ASEAN SHINE program which has extended its scope from air conditioners to all EE technologies. The project will therefore benefit from the ASEAN SHINE platform: strong linkage to ministries of energy, technical team including experts from UNEP, advisory committee (IEA, UNEP, UNDP, UL, …), full-time project management team.

APEC constitutes the best source of funding as one of the strategic consideration behind this project is to prepare the ground for a future harmonization of standards for testing methods for DTs in APEC. It is critical at this stage to engage all APEC economies into this data gathering, energy savings analysis, and dialogue regarding the possibilities and feasibility of harmonization (adoption of international standard IEC 60076-20).

Sustainability

Sustainability is embedded in the design of the project. Among the outputs to be produced, recommendations for policy measures as well as a roadmap for the adoption of the international standard IEC60076-20 will be provided to policy makers. Such recommendations and roadmaps will be prepared in consultation with policy makers to ensure local ownership. The preparation process, with two consultation workshops, will ensure that such policy recommendations are accepted by policy makers. 

After project completion, it is expected that some APEC economies will initiate a domestic process for adoption of IEC60076-20. In ASEAN, the ASEAN SHINE platform will provide technical assistance to economies for the adoption of IEC60076-20. 

CSC will work in close cooperation with the International Copper Association (ICA, partner in the project) to provide technical assistance to economies expressing the intention to develop domestic policy roadmaps, as part of its ongoing programs to support the promotion of higher efficient DTs. In Southeast Asia, ICA is managing the ASEAN SHINE program. This project will enable the inclusion of DTS under the scope of ASEAN SHINE, and as such lead to the development of a regional policy roadmap, followed by the development and adoption of domestic policy roadmaps in ASEAN economies. ICA will also use the outcomes and outputs of this project under the umbrella of the United for Efficiency (U4E) under the Sustainable Energy For All initiative in partnership with UNEP to support the development of domestic policy roadmaps in other developing economies, especially in Latin America.

Project Overseers

The Project Overseer is Ms. An Min, Supervisor of International cooperation, China Standard Certification Company (CSC). Ms. An Min is a long-time active member of the EGEEC. She has more than ten years of experience in energy efficiency standardization, EE S&L, energy conservation policy research and international project management. Ms. An Min has unique and profound insights in the design, explanation and application of distribution transformer energy policy. Ms. An Min has overseen many international projects. 

The contact e-mail: anmin@csc.org.cn.

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