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Conference Proceeding
This proceedings is related to the “Dissemination of Japanese Low-Carbon Technology in Thailand – Consultation Workshop” for the Technology Assessment (TA) project funded by MoEJ in FY2017, which was held in Bangkok on December 1, 2017. The workshop was jointly conducted by the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies together with the Thai...
Technical Report

Feasibility Study Report Potential Application of Japanese Compressed Air system at Eagle Fiber Pvt. Ltd.

Author:
Chetankumar
Sangole (TERI)
This report is related to the feasibility study on the potential application of Japanese low carbon technologies, namely compressed air system was conducted on November 15, 2017 at Eagle Fiber Pvt. Ltd. at Surat, Gujarat in India.
Presentation
GCF Capacity-Building Workshop and Expert-led Exchange
The presentation was given at a training program organized by Green Climate Fund (GCF) on 6-8 December 2017, Holiday Inn, Songdo, South Korea. The training was designed to assist the Country Programming Division (CPD) of the GCF to deepen their understanding of the strategies and approaches to enhance the engagement of countries, entities, and...
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Presentation
WORKSHOP ON ACCELERATING RENEWABLE ENERGY DEPLOYMENT IN SMALL ISLAND DEVELOPING STATES (SIDS)
The presentation was given at a follow-up workshop on accelerating renewable energy deployment in SIDS, held in Fiji on 13-15 Dec. 2017. It highlighted the key outcomes of the training program on the similar topic held in Japan on Oct. 2017
Conference Proceeding
Training of trainers workshop on ‘dissemination of Japanese low carbon technologies in India’ was organised on September 27, 2017, at Hotel Crowne Plaza, Pune by TERI in collaboration with Maharashtra Energy Development Agency (MEDA). The event was supported by ‘Institute for Global Environmental Strategies’ (IGES), Japan. This proceeding contains...
Technical Report
Author:
Takayuki
URASHI
Natee
KATEMANOROM
This report is related to the feasibility study on the potential application of Japanese low carbon technologies, namely once-through boiler was conducted on October 30, 2017 at Carabao Tawandang CO.,LTD. at Samutprakarn in Thailand. It was a part of the activities conducted in Thailand in FY2017 under the “Technology Assessment” project, which is...
Policy Report
Author:
UNESCAP
Heinz
Schandl
ASEAN is committed to the implementation of two parallel, but inter related processes: the ASEAN Community Vision 2025 (ASEAN Vision 2025) and the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (2030 Agenda). From the outset ASEAN Member States underlined the complementarity of these two agendas in their efforts to uplift the standards of...
Training or Learning Material
Author:
Tsukasa
SAITO
Training of trainers workshop on ‘dissemination of Japanese low carbon technologies in India’ was organised on September 27, 2017, at Hotel Crowne Plaza, Pune by TERI in collaboration with Maharashtra Energy Development Agency (MEDA). This is the material distributed in the workshop. The event was supported by ‘Institute for Global Environmental...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Procedia Engineering
Author:
Regan Leonardus
Kaswanto
Hadi Susilo
Arifin
Nurhayati
Arifin
Aris
Munandar
Mochamad
Muchtar
Kei
Gomi
Tsuyoshi
Fujita
Kaohisa
Koakutsu
Governments are increasingly seeking low-cost ways to curb residential energy use. This article examines the effect of one such innovative approach to energy savings in Bogor, Indonesia: a prepaid electricity meter system. The Bogor prepaid system requires households pay up front for their electricity as the meter tracks consumption and credit. By...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Procedia Engineering
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In 2011, the newly elected Seoul Mayor introduced administrative reforms that breathed new life into a series of grassroots initiatives. High-profile reforms helped strengthen the connection between Seoul’s government, environment, and citizenry and the collection of reforms spurred changes that were pivotal to reorienting Seoul development...