Energy Efficiency Improvement in the Transport Sector through Transport Improvement and Smart Community Development in the Urban Area

By Mr. Ichiro Kutani (Project Leader)

Posted: December 2012


Energy demand of East Asia Summit (EAS) countries has been growing rapdily, led largeiy by demand for the power and transport sectors. Demand for transport is dominated by oil, which is increasingly dominated by imports. Increasing the efficiency of transport fuel use is a key priority for EAS countries

A number of studies have been implemented to consider the energy saving potential in the transport sector of Asia through the shifts towards fuel efficient vehicle units. Meanwhile, this study will utilize a simulation model which would be able to analyze the impacts of infrastructure development on the traffic flow and subsequent impacts of the overall transport sector energy efficiency improvement within the rapidly developing Asian cities. The outcomes from the study would provide new insights that would contribute to the sustainable development for the cities of EAS countries with the urban transport improvement through smart community development.

Project Leader

Mr. Ichiro Kutani, The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan

Project Coordinator

Mr. Mitsuo Matsumoto, ERIA

Mr. Brett Jacobs, ERIA

Dr. Xunpeng Shi, ERIA

Project Member

Mr. Andiah Feby Misna, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Indonesia

Mr. Djoko Sasono, Ministry of Transportation, Indonesia

Dr. Heru Sutomo, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Dr. Naoko Doi, The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan

Mr. Takayuki Kusajima, Toyota Motor Corporation, Japan

Mr. Akira Matsunaga, JICA Indonesia Office, Indonesia

Mr. Herbert Granado Fabian, The Clean Air Initiative for Asian Cities, Philippines

Mr. Ly Huy Tuan, Ministry of Transport, Vietnam

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