Introduction and Welcome
Opening Remark: Wan-Siang Huang, Council for Economic Planning & Development
Welcoming Remark: Gary G. Oba, American Institute in Taiwan (AIT)
Session 1: Keynote Speech
This session will address the key components of the ESCI projects, especially for the development of energy smart communities promoted by APEC members. It will provide an introduction to the progress of ESCI projects, best practices and major policies and an overview of current related activities in the United States and Chinese Taipei.
An Introduction to U.S. Current Development on Energy Smart Community (Phyllis Yoshida, U. S.Department of Energy)
An Introduction to Chinese Taipei’s Current Development on Energy Smart Community (Wan-Siang Huang, Council for Economic Planning & Development)
Session 2: KSP Overview
This session will address the current development and implementation Strategies of Knowledge Sharing Platform (KSP), which is used to create a collaborative network as a hub among the 13 (plus LCMT) ESCI projects.
The Development Implication of ESCI KSP for APEC Developing Economies (Ling-Ling Tsao, Taiwan Institute for Economic Research)
Current Development and Implementation Strategies of KSP (Eugenie L. Birch, Penn Institute for Urban Research)
Session 3: Development of ESCI Projects (Phyllis Yoshida, United States Department of Energy)
This session discusses the ongoing implementation projects based on the four pillars, including Smart Transport, Smart Building, Smart Grids, and Smart Jobs & Consumers for reviewing the best practice and significant development for sharing and learning innovations and resources within APEC region.
Smart Transport (Patrick Sherry, National Center for Intermodal Transportation at the University of Denver)
Smart Building (Alice Goh, Singapore Building and Construction Authority (BCA))
Smart Grids (Dan Ton, U.S.Department of Energy)
Smart Jobs & Consumers (Michelle Fox, U.S. Department of Energy)
Session 4: Low Carbon Model Town (LCMT) Workshop
Session 5: ESCI Executive Session (Alven Lam, Office of International and Philanthropic Innovation, U.S.Department of Housing and Urban Development)
In this session, APEC economies active in energy smart community planning and implementation will share their perspectives and experience on creating an enabling governance framework, overcoming internal coordination challenges, and implementing ESCI task projects.
Presenters: Executive Committee Panel for all the task leaders among APEC region and Technical Experts at the task of Chinese Taipei
ST-1&2: Patrick Sherry (Director, National Center for Intermodal Transportation at the University of Denver)
ST-3: Lynda Palombo (Senior Manager, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)
ST-4: Miura Kenji (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)) and Huang, Hsin-hsun (Ministry of Transportation and Communication, Chinese Taipei)
SB-1: Alice Goh (Singapore Building and Construction Authority (BCA))
SB-2: Twarath Sutabutr (Ministry of Energy Thailand)
SB-3&4: Cary Bloyd (U.S. Department of Energy) and Chen, Jui-Ling (Ministry of the Interior, Chinese Taipei)
SG-1: Dan Ton (U.S. Department of Energy)
SG-2: Gue Jae Jeong (Korea Energy Economics Institute (KEEI)) and Lin Faa Jeng (National Science Council, Chinese Taipei)
Smart Jobs and Consumers
SJ-1: Phil Jago (Natural Resources Canada)
SJ-2: Michelle Fox (U.S. Department of Energy)
SJ-3: Miya Shimotomai (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)) and Chang Tzu-Chau (Ministry of Education Chinese Taipei)
Low Carbon Development
Ken Kodama (Nikken Sekkei Research Institute)
Yiing-Bin Reu (Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs)
Session 6: CEO Roundtable (Hsung-Hsiung Tsai, Sinotech Engineering Consultants, Inc.)
This session will be a Panel Discussions for CEOs among APEC that discusses the main subject, Energy and Green Business Collaboration for the purpose to establish an integrated knowledge and information platform for sharing and learning innovations and resources on energy utilization and sustainable community subject among governments, enterprises, academia, and so on in Asia Pacific Region.
Michinaga Kohno (Senior Chief Engineer, Group Management Planning Office of Smart City Business Management Division, Japan Hitachi, Ltd.)
Rurng-Terng Tsai (General Manager, Business Development, Delta Electronics, Inc.)
Peter Yen (Vice President, Tatung Co)
Chang-Ren Fei (Vice President, Taipower Company)
Shih Da-Chien (Manager, Digital Research and Development Division, Farglory Groups)
Materials presented at the LCMT Workshop can also be found at the APEC Meeting Document Database.