Project Title

APEC Workshop on Promoting the Development of an Evaluation Community 

Project Year

2016   

Project Number

EWG 19 2016A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

EWG 19 2016A 

Project Title

APEC Workshop on Promoting the Development of an Evaluation Community 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Energy Efficiency 

Project Year

2016 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

115,442 

Co-funding Amount

30,000 

Total Project Value

145,442 

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)

United States 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

China; New Zealand; Thailand 

Expected Start Date

01/11/2016 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2017 

Project Proponent Name 1

Edward Vine 

Job Title 1

Staff Scientist 

Organization 1

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory 

Postal Address 1

1 Cyclotron Road, Building 90-2128, Berkeley, CA 94720, USA 

Telephone 1

1-510 4866047 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

elvine@lbl.gov 

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

Edward Vine 

Project Summary

This project will organize and host a two-day workshop to bring together policy makers and the evaluation practitioners to highlight the value of evaluation and discuss the idea of developing an evaluation community. This workshop will provide insights of the value of having robust evaluation practices and open a dialog between APEC policy makers and evaluators through the presentation of best practice, case studies and workshop sessions. The workshop will be a first step in developing a platform to discuss and exchange experiences, current strategies, policies, protocols, and regulations for designing and implementing program and policy evaluations. The workshop is planned to be co-located with the International Energy Policy and Program Evaluation Conference (IEPPEC) and an APEC Expert Group on Energy Efficiency and Conservation (EGEEC) meeting. The workshop is anticipated to be in Bangkok, Thailand, in the October/November timeframe. The aim is to begin a capacity building process through enabling a robust environment for evaluation, strengthening institutional capacity, and improving individual evaluator capacity.

Relevance

This workshop responds to numerous ministerial declarations, such as the Fukui Declaration following EMM9, instructing EWG and associated sub-groups to promote and strengthen energy efficiency in the region. The project is also directly linked to APEC’s Energy Intensity reduction target (as set out in the 2011 APEC Economic Leaders’ Declaration) as it enables improved efficiency results. The benefits of a successful implementation of this project expand beyond energy efficiency as a robust evaluation practice is beneficial in many areas of energy policy such as renewables, social policy such as women’s rights, or trade and investment policy. 

The key problem this project addresses is the low level of energy efficiency evaluation practice prevalent in most APEC economies, in particular developing economies. There are several reasons for this situation: government initiatives do not include evaluation, action plans or policy often focus only on implementation of policies and programs, funding of data collection and evaluation of programs and policies is often not available or of low priority, expertise (trained evaluators) is limited, and evaluation data are lacking and not standardized. This project targets several of these limitations by bringing policy makers and evaluation practitioners together to increase awareness of the value of evaluation, and to discuss the possibility of creating an evaluation community and an action plan to address the above barriers. 

The project is relevant, and generates benefits for virtually all APEC economies, particularly developing economies, by: introducing evaluation in the development and implementation of new policies on energy efficiency, increasing evaluation expertise in government and non-governmental organizations, increasing the body of knowledge on the effects of energy policy and programs, and improving energy efficiency policy and program design and implementation. The project aims to bring together representatives and practitioners from all economies to exchange experience and disseminate this knowledge wide. The creation of an evaluation community aims to expand the benefits of the initial workshop and sustain it over time. 

This project is directly linked to “Energy efficiency, energy security and energy resiliency including the development of low carbon technology and alternative energy sources (Rank 2)”, as this projects supports the development of robust evaluation processes within energy efficiency policy. This project directly supports improved efficiency results across the region through better policy, capacity building, and a more robust knowledge base.

Objectives

1) To hold an evaluation workshop and create a foundation for the development of a community of practice of qualitative and quantitative evaluation of energy efficiency programs and policies, particularly in developing economies.

2) To build capacity in evaluation and raise awareness in policy makers on strategies, policies, protocols, and regulations for designing and implementing program and policy evaluations of energy efficiency programs and policies. 

3) To create an enabling environment for evaluation of energy efficiency programs and policies (relating to residential, commercial and industrial buildings and processes) through bringing policy makers and evaluation practitioners together. 

4) To strengthen institutional capacities of Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation and Civil Society through their participation and discussion.

Alignment

In pursuit of the APEC leaders’ Growth Strategy adopted at their 2010 Yokohama meeting, APEC aims to achieve five growth attributes, namely, balanced, inclusive, sustainable, innovative and secure growth. Two of which directly apply to the EWG activities. In Sustainable Growth, APEC needs to adopt a more sustainable and green growth model to enable us to prosper as a low-carbon society, for which promotion of energy efficiency is one of the constituting elements. In Innovative Growth, APEC needs to adopt policies that foster the enabling environment for innovative growth that will be increasingly crucial for future prosperity, which include developing a skilled, adaptable and professional workforce of energy efficiency experts. 

This project also addresses the instruction from the 11 APEC Energy Ministers Meeting in Beijing for the Energy Working Group and related expert groups to continue their cooperation efforts on energy efficiency and help member economies to enhance capacity building, make energy efficiency policies more scientific and practical, and speed up the development, promotion and application of energy efficiency technologies and products. The expertise and experience this project aims to achieve in the practice of evaluation directly impacts an economy’s ability to direct policy to achieve desired impacts.

One of the key elements in the Energy Working Group’s work plan is the support of APEC’s energy intensity reduction target of 45% by 2035 compared with 2005 levels. Energy efficiency is one of the key areas of action to reach this target. As stated, by building capacity in evaluation, this project directly improves energy efficiency policy through improving the policy process, understanding and identifying areas of action, and increasing the body of knowledge of energy efficiency and evaluation.

TILF/ASF Justification

This project is targeted to the capacity building needs of APEC developing economies. The practice of evaluation of energy programs has not been a high priority for several economies, limiting potential interest in a community of practice of evaluation. Asian economies, in particular, have a varied level of development in energy policy development and practice, which may mean markedly different levels of interest for evaluation activities. 

Two workshops have been held to start the capacity building process in evaluation: the Project Overseer partnered with the China National Institute of Standardisation to host a workshop in Beijing in October 2015 with the objective to provide an introduction to evaluation and gather interest on the subject. This work was followed up by a workshop in Chinese Taipei organised by the Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre as part of their Energy Efficiency Policy Workshop series, and with the cooperation of the International Energy Policy and Program Evaluation Conference (IEPPEC).Thus, this workshop will continue the process of building evaluation capacity in APEC member economies.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: The primary output from this project is the two-day workshop on evaluation. Before the workshop, an Evaluation White Paper will be prepared on the evaluation landscape of APEC member economies, focusing on the developing economies. This paper will include a “typology” of attendees (e.g., policymakers, evaluation practitioners, academics, and voluntary organizations for professional evaluation and civil society) from each economy to enable optimum targeting of organisations and individuals within each economy to obtain broader participation from economies and identify champions within each economy that will help push the concepts and development. This paper will also identify key strategies, policies, protocols and regulations that are being used to promote evaluation of energy efficiency programs and policies. 

During the workshop, key presentations will be made by experts from APEC member economies, focusing on the developing economies. All of the presenters will frame their presentations in the context of their experience of capacity building for evaluation in developing economies. Additionally, representatives from developing economies who participate in the EGEEC will help to guide and implement the project, and thus will help define the agenda and speakers. Also, some members of the workshop planning group are from developing economies and will play a critical role in the design of the workshop, selecting participants and experts, and making presentations at the workshop. Finally, APEC member representatives will be encouraged to invite policymakers and evaluators from developing economies who will potentially benefit from this workshop (see Beneficiaries above). 

The presentations will highlight the barriers to energy efficiency evaluation practice prevalent in most APEC economies, in particular developing economies, by describing how government initiatives do not include evaluation, action plans or policy often focus only on implementation of policies and programs, funding of data collection and evaluation of programs and policies is often not available or of low priority, expertise (trained evaluators) is limited, and evaluation data are lacking and not standardized. Other presentations will highlight the value of evaluation and discuss the possibility of creating an evaluation community and an action plan to address the above barriers. Additional presentations will identify networking opportunities, areas of collaboration, and evaluation training needs. As noted above, several presenters will be from developing economies who can show how they have benefitted from implementing evaluation effectively.                               

In addition, an Evaluation Action Plan will be developed by the end of the workshop outlining those activities that need to be undertaken to sustain the evaluation community in Asia, such as networking opportunities, areas of collaboration, evaluation training needs, and identification of next steps. An Evaluation Survey of workshop participants will also be conducted to assess the value of the workshop. The survey will assess the value of workshop to participants, including "likes and dislikes" of workshop, recommendations for future workshops, and potential use of information. The final project report will include Evaluation White Paper, the presentation materials, a summary of issues raised, the survey results, and the Evaluation Action Plan. 

Outcomes: An overall outcome of this workshop would be to develop the interest for the creation of a self-sustaining community of practice on evaluation. We hope that policymakers, program managers, evaluation practitioners, voluntary organisations, academics, students, and associated stakeholders involved in evaluation will find the results from our workshop to be instrumental in helping to create this community practice. 

Based on their participation in the workshop, participants are expected to:

·  Disseminate the knowledge gained at the workshop to the evaluation community in their own economy

·  Organize workshops and meetings on evaluation in their own economy

·  Encourage policymakers to support and fund evaluation in their own economy

·  Identify evaluation training needs and develop an action plan for meeting those needs (perhaps with others in other economies) 

We consider this workshop as a step in a long-term effort in developing an evaluation community in member economies: we want to begin a capacity building process through enabling a robust environment for evaluation, strengthening institutional capacity, and improving individual evaluator capacity. We hope that some of the workshop participants will return to their economies as an “evaluation champion” who will lead the charge in developing the tools and resources for developing this capacity. IEPEC and IEPPEC are committed to providing financial and technical assistance in supporting conferences in member economies, and we hope that the IEA, Asia Development Bank, USAID, and World Bank will also provide similar assistance. 

Beneficiaries: The key beneficiaries for this project are energy efficiency policy makers across APEC, especially in developing economies as better information and evaluation will enable them to make more robust policy. Other beneficiaries include program managers, evaluation practitioners, voluntary organisations, academics, students, and associated stakeholders involved in monitoring and evaluation as a more robust community of practice in which they can grow develops in APEC. 

Participation in the workshop will be open to all APEC member economies and relevant stakeholders. Support will be provided for travel eligible economies that desire to send 1-2 representatives who are in place to develop evaluation expertise or to champion expertise development. The participants will include representatives from government, academia, utilities, non-governmental organizations, and research institutes. The energy program implementers will be invited to join. We will also ensure the participation of the APEC EGEE&C. Key ministries have already been notified about the proposed project: National Energy Administration (China), Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (Indonesia), Ministry of Energy (Thailand), Ministry of Industry and Trade (Vietnam), Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (New Zealand), and US Department of Energy (United States). 

Finally, a strong and experienced community of practice benefits society at large through the benefits of effective policy and programs and the associated benefits (e.g., reduced utility payments and greenhouse gas emissions and increased comfort and productivity). 

The beneficiaries will be primarily engaged through existing APEC EWG and EGEEC communication processes and networks. The project team will also look to develop new networks within APEC and with world leading experts such as the IEPPEC, IEPEC and IEA to bring high level expertise and the beneficiaries together.

Dissemination

The following material will be made available to the public, but particularly targeted to energy efficiency policy makers and evaluators:

·  Presentation files – will include all material presented at the workshop

·  Evaluation White Paper - will include a “typology” of attendees (e.g., policymakers, evaluation practitioners, academics, and voluntary organizations for professional evaluation and civil society) from each economy and will also identify key strategies, policies, protocols and regulations that are being used to promote evaluation of energy efficiency programs and policies.

·  Evaluation Action Plan – will outline those activities that need to be undertaken to sustain the evaluation community in Asia, such as networking opportunities, areas of collaboration, evaluation training needs, and identification of next steps.

·  Final project report – will include the Evaluation White Paper, the presentation materials, a summary of issues raised, the survey results, and the Evaluation Action Plan. 

We will make this information available via emails and on websites of APEC, IEPPEC and IEPEC. There is no intention to sell any of the publications or materials resulting from this project. 

If possible, we will try to secure funding for having the above materials translated into local languages, and conduct economy-specific webinars so that we can attract more people within an economy and address specific issues and barriers to evaluation. We expect the Evaluation Action Plan to identify additional opportunities for dissemination.

Gender

Women participate in the EGEEC that will help to guide and implement the project, and thus will help define the agenda and speakers for the Workshop that is the main focus of this project. Women will also participate in the workshop planning group and play a critical role in the design of the workshop, selecting participants and experts, and making presentations at the workshop. APEC member representatives will be encouraged to invite women who will potentially benefit from this workshop (see Beneficiaries above). Based on our experience in conducting workshops in Beijing and Chinese Taipei, we plan on inviting previous workshop participants, such as Kritika Rasisuddhi (Thailand), Melanie Slade (IEA), and Devi Laksmi (Indonesia), to participate in the workshop and help use to identify other women participants and speakers. We will also engage (with) experienced gender and energy experts and organizations to provide guidance to this project. We have already contacted Women in Energy (U.S.), American Evaluation Association (AEA), Clean Energy Solutions Centre (CESC), and the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) Global Gender Office (GGO).

Work Plan

The workshop is envisioned as a two-day event led by an expert consultant that will deliver a tailored program to deliver capacity building in energy efficiency policy evaluation. The workshop is anticipated to be in Bangkok, Thailand, in the October/November timeframe. The workshop is planned to be co-located with the IEPPEC and an APEC EGEEC meeting. This will help to increase attendance and optimize the costs of travel for attendees, and the attendees could possibly attend more events in a single mission trip and make it more attractive to attend. 

The workshop will include several sessions with varying dynamics such as expert presentations, case studies discussion, workshop sessions and more to maximize learning and retention. The project overseer (PO) will select and engage an expert consultant and guide the content development process in conjunction with associated partners (e.g., the EGEEC group) to ensure it meets the needs of the project. The chosen consultant will lead the delivery of the content of the workshop, as well as the Evaluation White Paper and Evaluation Action Plan, and will be assisted by invited presenters as needed. In order to design the material, the consultant will be required to consult peer reviewed literature and generate an authoritative set of materials that will be the basis of the presentation and the attendees can take home for future reference. 

Support will be provided for travel eligible economies that desire to send 1-2 representatives who are in place to develop evaluation expertise or to champion expertise development. 

As noted above, an Evaluation White Paper will be prepared in advance of the workshop, an Evaluation Action Plan will be developed at the end of the workshop, an Evaluation Survey will be conducted of workshop participants, and a final report on the project will be prepared. 

A project team will be established to carry out daily operations under the project. An expert in evaluation will coordinate the project team and will be responsible to the Project Overseer (PO). The composition of the project team will comprise experts from co-sponsoring APEC economies. The PO will work closely with APEC officials, international organizations and other interested organizations to implement the project. 

Time

Tasks

Deliverables

November 2016

Preparation: Financial support for the project will be sought from the APEC Support Fund account, co-sponsors and other interested participants. The task assignments and timeline will be discussed further between co-sponsors and other interested participants.

Work plan and task assignment

December 2016 - March 2017

Review of Evaluation in APEC region: Through a literature review, the current situation of evaluation in APEC region will be assessed. A questionnaire will also be developed and circulated to investigate the status of evaluation in each economy (strategies, policies, protocols and regulations), identification of key stakeholders and organizations in evaluation, and technical/policy barriers to evaluation in APEC economies. The findings of the survey will support the development of workshop.

Literature review. Questionnaire (distributed to APEC Member Economies and other stakeholders).

Evaluation White Paper.

April 2017 –October 2017

Development of Workshop: The participants will include representatives from government, academia, utilities, non-governmental organizations, and research institutes. The energy program implementers will be invited to join. We will also ensure the participation of the APEC EGEE&C. Participation will be open to all APEC member economies and relevant stakeholders. A draft agenda for the workshop will be determined after consulting with co-sponsors. Project team will confirm venue arrangements – venue, dates and facilities and to begin to make the necessary logistical arrangements. The exact date and place will be determined after consulting with co-sponsors. We are tentatively planning to hold the workshop in Bangkok where the IEPPEC will be holding its first conference in Asia. However, alternative venues may need to be considered.

Confirmed agenda distributed to APEC Member Economies and other stakeholders

Confirmed lists of participants and speakers

Confirmed travel arrangements for participants

Late October/early November 2017

Implementation of the Workshop: A 2-day workshop is scheduled to be organized in late October/early November, 2017, and we are expecting 50-60 participants. The workshop will provide the stakeholders with an opportunity to share experiences on evaluation. The creation of a community of practice of evaluation will be discussed. Participants will also be able to share information and ideas on capacity building. The workshop will consist of keynote speakers and panel discussions, and breakout sessions may also be incorporated. A survey of participants will be conducted at the workshop.

Workshop presentations

Survey of participants

Evaluation Action Plan

November 2017 – December 2017

Conclusions and Final Report: The project team will produce a final report of the project which is supposed to offer a list of recommendations to APEC economies for creating and sustaining a community of practice of evaluation. The Project Overseer will consult with APEC EGEE&C to ensure better coverage of the target audience for the final report and its better positioning within APEC. With the contribution of participants, the project is going to build a sustainable platform to fully achieve the objectives of the projects. Further activities may be planned and proposed following discussion in the workshop.

Final project report

Risks

We expect a relatively low level of risk associated with project implementation. As noted above, this project proposal grew out of two very successful workshops (Beijing, Chinese Taipei) focusing on evaluation. The participants from these workshops agreed to continue to work together to help build an evaluation community in Asia. The participants have already reached out to their evaluation networks to inform them of this initiative and workshop. It is our objective to capitalize on this high level of collegiality and agreement and move forward rapidly on developing this evaluation community. In addition, the PO will be in frequent contact with experts, consultants, and the EGEEC group in the design of the workshop, selecting participants and experts, and making presentations at the workshop.

We consider this workshop as a step in a long-term effort in developing an evaluation community in member economies: we want to begin a capacity building process through enabling a robust environment for evaluation, strengthening institutional capacity, and improving individual evaluator capacity. Building capacity is not without risks – especially in the long run. We hope that some of the workshop participants will return to their economies as an “evaluation champion” who will lead the charge in developing the tools and resources for developing this capacity. IEPEC and IEPPEC are committed to providing financial and technical assistance in supporting conferences in member economies, and we hope that the IEA, Asia Development Bank, USAID, and World Bank will also provide similar assistance. See also Project Sustainability section below.

Monitoring and Evaluation

The following indicators of progress may be used: 

1) number and accuracy of member economies’ responses to the survey questionnaires – we are hoping for 12 responses and a 60% response rate from the 21 member economies;

2) number and gender of the workshop participants – we are hoping for 40 participants and 10 or more women;

3) quality and usefulness of the workshop, assessed by an evaluation form to be filled by the workshop participants – we are hoping that the participants will find the workshop to be of high quality and useful/very useful;

4) feedback and comments by APEC economies at EGEE&C meetings (throughout the whole project);

5) number of publications downloads or site visits (if feasible). 

A qualitative measure of success may be the expertise and qualification of the organizations and individuals involved in providing input to the Evaluation White Paper, in preparing the Evaluation Action Plan, and in participating in the workshop. A key indicator of project success may be the workshops and training sessions held in member economies after the workshop.

Linkages

This project has the potential to develop strong linkages to many areas of policy beyond energy efficiency as evaluation principles could be applied to renewables (supporting APEC’s renewable energy target), climate change, and other topics of interest to APEC. Also, the project will engage with international experts and networks such as IEPPEC and International Energy Agency (IEA) to add their experiences and national experts such LBNL and IEEJ.  Similarly, donor agencies such as the Asia Development Bank, USAID, and World Bank will be engaged to highlight the importance of evaluation to have access to international funding.

Sustainability

We feel strongly that the outcome of this workshop addresses critical needs, and we'll see long-term application and support. As noted above, an overall outcome of this workshop would be to develop the interest for the creation of a self-sustaining community of practice on evaluation There is considerable interest within the University and academic community to develop an evaluation community within their own economy. Professional organizations are starting to support this process through accreditation and further acknowledgment of sustainable training efforts. We will ensure that the products from this workshop are sent to these groups to help build and maintain the community of practice of evaluation.

Energy agencies and utilities involved with demand-side management are also increasing their funding to support energy efficiency programs, and professional evaluators will see this as an excellent opportunity for ensuring evaluation is considered in the design and implementation of these programs, as well as in their evaluation, over time.

As noted above, we consider this workshop as a step in a long-term effort in developing an evaluation community in member economies: we want to begin a capacity building process through enabling a robust environment for evaluation, strengthening institutional capacity, and improving individual evaluator capacity. We hope that some of the workshop participants will return to their economies as an “evaluation champion” who will lead the charge in developing the tools and resources for developing this capacity. IEPEC and IEPPEC are committed to providing financial and technical assistance in supporting conferences in member economies, and we hope that the IEA, Asia Development Bank, USAID, and World Bank will also provide similar assistance.

Project Overseers

The Project Overseer is Dr. Edward Vine, currently an Affiliate and formerly a Staff Scientist with the Energy Analysis and Environmental Impacts (EAEI) Division of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.  For over 36 years, he has managed and participated in a wide range of projects associated with the evaluation of energy efficiency programs and policies for the US Department of Energy, utilities, local government, and other organizations. He contributed to the development of the California Public Utilities Commission’s Energy Efficiency Evaluation Protocols, the US Department of Energy’s Impact Evaluation Framework for Technology Deployment Programs, and the National Action Plan on Energy Efficiency’s Evaluation, Measurement and Verification Guidelines. He served on the Board and the Planning Committee of the International Energy Program Evaluation Conference (IEPEC), and on the Planning Committee of the International Energy Policy and Program Evaluation Conference (IEPPEC).

He has received the following awards related to his work on evaluation: the Lifetime Achievement Award from the IEPEC, Outstanding Achievement in Marketing Research and Evaluation Award from the Association of Energy Service Professionals and Certificates of Appreciation from the IEPEC and from the International Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol (IPMVP) organization. In 2007, as a member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), he received the Nobel Peace Prize.

Dr. Vine has a BS in Environmental Studies from Middlebury College, and a MS and Ph.D. in Ecology from UC Davis.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

With the assistance of the Project Overseer, a consultant will be engaged to: 

a) help conduct a literature review and conduct a survey of member economies for preparing the pre-workshop Evaluation White Paper

b) help organize and identify speakers for the workshop

c) run the workshop

d) conduct a survey of participants at the workshop

e) help prepare Evaluation Action Plan

f)  help prepare final project report 

The total APEC funding for this consultant is estimated at $18,000.

Waivers

We would like to request a waiver from the normal APEC financial rules to fund government participation.

This project will target participation of government officials from developing economies who are assigned responsibilities for energy efficiency policy and program evaluation; as such, it is requested that travel costs for government officials be allowed under this project. We also request a waiver to fund travel costs for employees of International Organizations as potential speakers.

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