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Study on the Advancement of the Energy Management System in the East Asia Summit Region

Study on the Advancement of the Energy Management System in the East Asia Summit Region
28 February 2017
Yasushi Iida, Inoue Shota, Yanfei Li
Energy, East Asia Summit

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This study aims to (i) analyse the potential for deploying advanced energy management system (EMS) in the East Asia Summit region, especially focusing on ASEAN countries; and (ii) propose, upon identifying the policy challenges common in the region, policy recommendations to promote EMS. The study was conducted for 2 years, and this report deals with the results of the second-year sturdy which focused on the applicability of EMS for factories. It is meant to complement the first-year study report (ERIA Research Project FY2014 No.39, published in September 2015) on EMS for office buildings. It likewise proposes a set of policy recommendations promoting the deployment of EMS in the ASEAN region.

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List of Figures & Tables

List of Abbreviations

Executive Summary

Chapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 2 Deployment of Energy Management System Technologies

Chapter 3 Exploring Energy-Saving Potential for Industrial Sector Using Factory Energy Management System

Chapter 4 Case Study of Energy Managment System Deplyoment for Office Buildings

Chapter 5 Policy Measures for Promoting the Deployment of Energy Management System


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