PUBLICATIONS

Advancing Energy Efficiency Globally

Arquit Niederberger, A. (2008). Advancing Energy Efficiency Under the Bali Action Plan. Submission to the UNFCCC in response to the call for input from accredited observer organizations included in FCCC/AWGLCA/2008/L.7.

Arquit Niederberger, A. (2007). Overview of Policies and Measures to Promote Household Equipment Efficiency. Background Paper, United Nations Forum on Energy Efficiency and Energy Security: Taking Collaborative Action on Mitigating Climate Change, 17-18 December 2007, Seoul.

Arquit Niederberger, A., Brunner, C., Jiang, K., & Chen, Y. (2007). Energy Efficiency in China: The Business Case for Mining an Untapped Resource, Greener Management International, 50, 25-40.

Arquit Niederberger, A., & Fry, T. (2007). An Eye on Demand, Environmental Finance, S52.

Arquit Niederberger, A., & Waide, P. (2007). Putting Efficiency First, Environmental Finance, 8(7), S44-S46.

Brunner, C.U., Arquit Niederberger, A., de Almeida, A.T., & de Keulenaer, H. (2007). Standards for Efficient Electric Motor Systems SEEEM – Building a worldwide community of practice. In: eceee 2007 Summer Study proceedings, “Saving Energy – Just do It!, La Colle sur Loup, 1443-1455.

Brunner, C., Arquit Niederberger, A., de Almeida, A., & de Keulenaer, H. (2007). Standards for Energy Efficient Electric Motor Systems SEEEM – Building a Worldwide Community of Practice. In: EEMODS 2007 Conference Proceedings Vol. I, 5th International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Motor Driven Systems, Beijing, 123-139.

Arquit Niederberger, A., Brunner, C., & Zhou, D. (2006). Energy efficiency in China: Impetus for a global climate policy breakthrough? China Environment Series, 8, 85-86.

Arquit Niederberger, A. (2002). Climate protection in America without "Kyoto”: Engagement of states and enterprises (English translation of German original), Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 5 September 2002, p. 9.

CONSULTING PORTFOLIO

Market Mechanisms to Promote High-Efficiency Electric Motor Systems

  • Convened international workshop “Defining a Clean Development Mechanism Pilot Program to Promote High-Efficiency Electric Motor Systems” in Beijing, China (14 June 2007). Nearly 60 international and Chinese persons, with expertise ranging from government policymaking to private investment and high-efficiency motors and motor systems, actively participated in the event to evaluate the use of market mechanisms to promote the uptake of high-efficiency motors and motor systems.
  • Sponsors: International Copper Association, A+B International, Azure International
  • Other partners: Energy Management Company Association of China, EU Joint Research Center (Ispra)
  • Completed: 2007