Webinar – Energy Efficiency: A strategy at the heart of the G20

16 June 2016 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

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In November 2014, the G20 countries representing 80% of the World GDP, the World Energy Consumption and GHG emisions, launched the G20 Energy Efficiency Action Plan. The Action Plan comprises a series of 6 concrete international collaboration on EE in buildings, networked devices, industry, power sector, transport and finance. In 2016 under the Chinese G20 Presidency, the collaboration on energy efficiency is being consolidated.

The Webinar will explain the latest achievements of the G20 Collaboration on energy efficiency. Each work stream generate outcomes, recommendations, principles that G20 Countries are invited to adopt.


Speaker: Benoit Lebot

As the Executive Director of IPEEC, Mr. Lebot has had an extensive career in the fields of Energy Efficiency, Climate Change Mitigation, and Clean Energy Policies. Before joining IPEEC (www.ipeec.org), he worked 10 years as Climate Change & Sustainable Energy Policy Advisor for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Europe, Africa and Latin America. From 1997 to 2003, Mr. Lebot worked at the International Energy Agency (IEA) as an advisor within the Energy Efficiency Policy Analysis Division. He started his professional career first at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California, then in ADEME, the National Energy & Environment Agency of France.

Mr. Lebot is a Civil Engineer from France’s National School of Public Works (1986) and holds a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California in Berkeley (1987).

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