IIEC-India recently conducted two successful state level workshops in Jharkhand and Manipur with funding under the UNDP-GEF project – “Market Transformation and Removal of Barriers for Effective Implementation of State Action Plan for Climate Change”. The project’s goal is to facilitate implementation of India’s State Action Plan on Climate Change (SAPCC) in the selected states.
IIEC has been selected by the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) to develop the Pacific regional Efficient Lighting Strategy (PELS) document. The goal of PELS is to transform the lighting markets in the Pacific to be more energy-efficient, and to consume higher quality, environmentally sound lighting technologies.
IIEC India was recently awarded a contract by World Bank (WB) to organize a high level knowledge exchange visit on energy efficient street lighting to South Asia. The visit is scheduled to take place during May 2015, and will bring delegates from India to South Korea and Thailand.
The Lao Demand Side Management and Energy Efficiency Project (DSM/EE) Phase II concluded on the 31st of March 2015 with a final workshop held in Vientiane Capital. IIEC and Electricite du Lao (EdL) co-hosted the final seminar of the DSM/EE Phase II, with funding from the World Bank.