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Best Practices in Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Technologies in the Industrial Sector in APEC Region

Best Practices in Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Technologies in the Industrial Sector in APEC Region

PUBLICATION NUMBER
APEC#213-RE-01.7
YEAR
2013
PUBLISHED DATE
July 2013
TYPE OF PUBLICATION
Reports
PUBLICATIONS UNDER
PAGES
107
ACCESSED
196557

 

Individual Files

Executive Summary
1. Introduction
2. Project Objectives and Outcomes
3. Combination of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
4. Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency in Industry
5. Barriers and Obstacles to Implementation
6. Lessons Learned
7. Incentives for Development
8. A Roadmap for Development
9. Conclusion



Description

This work aims to provide a unique planning document for APEC member economies by sharing experiences of the successful introduction of renewable energy and energy efficiency in the industrial sector throughout APEC. It includes a generic roadmap that defines the actions required by governments to support this implementation, their inter-dependence and the sequence in which they must be set in place.




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INDIVIDUAL FILES

Individual Files

Executive Summary
1. Introduction
2. Project Objectives and Outcomes
3. Combination of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
4. Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency in Industry
5. Barriers and Obstacles to Implementation
6. Lessons Learned
7. Incentives for Development
8. A Roadmap for Development
9. Conclusion


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Description

This work aims to provide a unique planning document for APEC member economies by sharing experiences of the successful introduction of renewable energy and energy efficiency in the industrial sector throughout APEC. It includes a generic roadmap that defines the actions required by governments to support this implementation, their inter-dependence and the sequence in which they must be set in place.

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