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"Analysis on Energy Saving Potential in East Asia"

Date:
1 March 2011
Highlight Author/Editor(s):
Anita Prakash, Alloysius Joko Purwanto
Authors:
Shigeru Kimura, Edwina Heyhoe, Ahmad Haji Mohamad, Lieng Vuthy, Bai Quan, Pradep Dadhich, Cecilya Laksmiwati Malik, Edito Barcelona, Momoko Aoshima, Soo-Il Kim, Khamso Kouphokham, Zaharin Zulkifli, Pe Zin Tun, Simon Lawrence, Lilibeth T. Morales, Yuksum Wong, Boonli Sillavatkul, Nguyen Quoc Khanh, Xunpeng Shi
Editors:
Shigeru Kimura
Tags:
Energy

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Republic of Korea : Dr. Soo-Il Kim,Research Fellow, Energy Supply and Demand Analysis Division Energy Economics Institute (KEEI).

Lao PDR : Mr. Khamso Kouphokham,Chief, Administrative Division, Department of Electricity, Ministry of Energy and Mines.

Malaysia : Mr. Zaharin Zulkifli,Research Officer, Data Management and Statistics Unit, Malaysia Energy Center.

Myanmar : Mr. Pe Zin Tun,Director, Energy Planning Department, Ministry of Energy.

New Zealand : Mr. Simon Lawrence,Manager, Energy Information & Modelling GroupEnergy and Communication Branch, Ministry of Economic Development.

Philippines : Ms. Lilibeth T. Morales,Science Research Specialist IIPolicy Formulation and Research Division, Energy Policy and Planning Bureau, Department of Energy.

Singapore : Mr. Yuksum Wong,Research Fellow, Energy Studies InstituteNational University of Singapore.

Thailand : Mr. Boonli Sillavatkul,Director, Energy Information System development Division, Energy Policy and Planning Office, Ministry of Energy.

Vietnam : Dr. Nguyen Quoc Khanh ,Senior Researcher,Energy Economics and Demand Forecast Group, Institute of Energy.

Coordinator : Dr. Xunpeng Shi ,Associate ResearcherEconomic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia(ERIA).

Contents


Front cover

Disclaimer

Foreword & Acknowledgements

Member List

Table of Contents

List of Figures, List of Abbreviations and Acronyms

Executive Summary

I. MAIN REPORT

1. Introduction

2. Data and Methodology

3. Socio-Economic Indicators and Energy Policies: Assumptions

4. Energy and Environmental Outlook for the EAS Region

5. The Pilot Survey on Residential End-Use Energy Consumption

6. Additional Research Activities

7. Conclusions and Recommendations

II. COUNTRY REPORTS

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