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제목 New e-learning courses: ? Low Carbon Development ? and "Public Procurement of Energy Efficiency Services" available and open for registration (apply by August 19, 2011)

New e-learning courses: ? Low Carbon Development ? and "Public Procurement of Energy Efficiency Services" available and open for registration (apply by August 19, 2011)



The World Bank Institute Climate Change (WBICC) Practice is offering a course on Low Carbon Development, featuring the following modules: (i) Overview for Policymakers; (ii) Power; (iii) Household; and, (iv) Transport.

The course is offered with facilitator under the new World Bank
e-Institute - it introduces learners to climate change mitigation, explores the concepts surrounding low carbon development planning on an economy-wide basis, and takes a detailed look at what this means in the power and transport sectors and for household electricity use.
For those interested in modeling, the course discusses the development
of reference and low carbon scenarios until 2030 and beyond, the stakeholders that need to be involved and the data that is required to develop credible projections
. A downloadable copy of the EFFECT model (Energy Forecasting Framework and Emissions Consensus Tool), developed initially for low carbon modeling work in India and used in a number of other countries since, is provided. The course also provides step-by-step instructions on how to use the EFFECT model.

For more information, and to apply for the course, please click
here.

For further information and questions, please contact: Mr. Peter Schierl -
wbicc@worldbank.org




The public sector holds significant potential for improved energy efficiency and represents a large and important market in all countries. But realizing these vast energy savings and determining how to package and implement dispersed energy efficiency projects in an efficient way has proven difficult. Although Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPCs) could address many of the challenges to improve public sector energy efficiency, rigid public procurement and budgeting guidelines and procedures make ESPC procurement difficult. Furthermore, the complex nature of ESPCs requires significant capacity building throughout the public sector to ensure successful use. The course is offered with facilitator under the new World Bank e-Institute, comprising seven modules presenting key concepts and providing opportunities to apply and discuss them. All modules use multimedia presentations and offer selected readings. Quizzes, research exercises and case studies help to broaden participants’ understanding of the topics in a pro-active way. By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

- Identify the opportunities for ESPCs in the public sector
- Define the overall procurement process for ESPCs in a public agency
- Document case studies on specific country experiences using the ESPC approach
- Identify how to address the key procurement issues related to the ESPC approach
- Develop a "roadmap" for employing the ESPC approach and selecting energy service providers (ESPs) to implement energy efficiency projects in the public sector


For more information, and to apply for the course, please click
here.

For further information and questions, please contact: Mr. Peter Schierl -
wbicc@worldbank.org









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