IPEEC's technical work program spans several sectors. Member countries lead and participate in dedicated Task Groups that design and implement the IPEEC's technical work program. The Secretariat leads two additional initiatives. The Task Groups are funded directly by their participating members. Currently, IPEEC is working with several Clean Energy Ministerial initiatives, including the Clean Energy Solutions Center which provides technical resources and virtual expert assistance.
IPEEC members represent developed and emerging economies, which collectively account for over 75% of global GDP and energy-use. Members include OECD and non-OECD nations. As such, IPEEC provides a high-level forum for meaningful dialog between key global energy users on energy efficiency and related issues, such as energy security, climate change, and sustainable economic development.
Who can participate ?
IPEEC catalyzes global deployment of energy efficiency measures in all sectors by providing a high-level platform for policy dialog and reform that spurs market transformation to promote energy-efficient technology, products and services. IPEEC is an inclusive entity.Subject to Task Group leader approval, participation in IPEEC Task Groups is open to private sector entities, international organizations, regional associations, national agencies, local bodies and civil society groups. IPEEC membership is open to additional nations and inter-governmental organizations; however, interested parties must first participate in IPEEC Task group activities and be approved by consensus of the current IPEEC membership.
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