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Energy Efficient Building & Design Working Group
Industry
Energy &
Efficiency
Industry
Energy &
Efficiency
Energy
Efficient
Energy
Nuclear
Power
Building
Clean
Efficient
& Design
Transport
Building &
& Fuel
Clean
DECHP
Design
Coal
Renewable
Energy
Clean
Smart
Coal
Grid
Renewable
DECHP
DECHP
Energy
DECHP
Shale
Gas
Power
Clean Air
Eco City
Generation
1
Working Group Value Chain
Master Planning &
Integrated Urban
Solutions
Green and Clean
Tech Products &
Control Solutions
On Site Renewable
& BIPV
Develop & Assess
Green Building
Standards
2
Working Group Members
Co-Chairs
Members
3
Working Group Roadmap
Mission
To promote EE building & facilities sector development to create and support the sustainable
deployment of clean energy and EE products and technologies in the US and China
Sustainable/Eco/Low
Carbon Cities
Green Bldg
Standards &
Harmonization
Training &
Project-Based
Deployment
The three planks of EEBD WG Sector Development and Deployment Efforts:
1.
Sustainable /Eco-/ Low Carbon Cities (template & process)
2.
Green Bldg Standards & Harmonization
3.
Training & Project-based Deployment
4
Key Accomplishments in 2013

Major Events in 2013

 April: 3rd ECP annual work
meeting attended by Secretary of
State John Kerry and State
Councillor Yang Jiechi
 Year-round: systematic
engagement with US-China
Climate Change Working Group to
support ECP initiatives and
memco projects
 September: Shandong provincial
trip accompanies by VM Wang
Chao of MOFCOM and VG Xia
Geng for memco project advocacy
and market development
 2H: Industrial expertise support for
and market development through
US-China Eco-City Partnership
pilot program kick-off and local
visits
 October: MB Executive Committee
and Senior Executives Meeting
with U.S. Secretary of Energy Dr.
Ernest Moniz on U.S.-China
Energy Policy Engagement and
DOE public-private Partnership
programs
 December: ECP 4th anniversary
aside of JCCT including renewal
of 2011 USTDA and NEA MOU in
support of ECP

Industrial Emission Reduction and
Energy Efficiency
 Kick-off industrial boiler energy
efficiency improvement and
emission reduction workshop
with MIIT
 Content support for 5th Energy
Efficiency Forum
Eco-city / smart solutions for energy
efficiency improvement
 Green data center program,
including workshop, bilateral
expert committee establishment
and best practice portfolio
initiation, kick-off supported by
TDA, DOE and MIIT
 Low carbon city development
workshop with NDRC

F
Civil nuclear energy
 Content support for the first US
civil nuclear trade mission to
China
 Agreement by US DOE and
DOC to support NPWG
systematic engagement with
China on nuclear safety in
alignment with PUNT and
industry needs
A
Key
Deliverables
Achieved in
2013
E
D

Smart grid modernization technical assistance
 Demand side management demo project
in Tianjin (Honeywell, AECOM)


Renewable energy
 Content support for 3rd Renewable
Energy Industrial Forum
 Release of two studies:
 US-CN-EU PV integration
standard comparison
findings
 Reference on US wind
standard and market
conditions
B
C

Energy financing and investment
 Development of CFIUS guide
for Chinese investors
 Content support for US
investment promotion at
events led by MOFCOM,
USDOC, DOE
Clean transportation and
fuel
 Content support for USChina Advanced Biofuel
Forum
 Improved access to
Chinese government
regulators and industry
consortium on clean
transportation market
access issues
5
2014 Key Priorities (Short-term)


Major Events

 Year-round: continued
systematic coordination with the
US-China Climate Change
Working Group to support ECP
and memco initiatives and
projects
 Q1: ECP-Huaneng Carbon
Assets Cooperation MOU
 February and March: Xinjiang
trade mission follow-up for clean
coal, renewable energy and
DE&CHP
 Q1: 4th annual work meeting
 Q3: first ECP missions to InnerMongolia, Hebei and Shanxi
 Q3: Green Data Centre Demo
Project Signing (5th US-China
Energy Efficiency Forum)
 Q3: Boiler Demo Project
Signing (5th US-China Energy
Efficiency Forum)
Industrial emission reduction and energy efficiency
 Demo projects for industrial boiler efficiency
improvement and emission control (ST Johnson,
Honeywell, GE, LP Amina)
 TDA funded RTM for Industrial boiler efficiency
and emission reduction with MIIT (combined
with green data center)
Clean coal
 Follow-up visit to develop clean coal projects in Xinjiang
 Participation in DOE-NEA clean coal training programs
 Support for US-China Coal Industrial Forum
 Mercury control workshop with MEP

F

Eco-city / smart solutions for energy efficiency
improvement
 Support for memco demo project development
in Hefei and Mentougou on city planning and
smart solution energy efficiency R&D
 Domestic eco-city exchange program for
Chinese mayors
 Scale-up of green data center program
including project-based workshops and demo
project development
 TDA funded RTM for green data center with
MIIT (combined with industrial boiler
efficiency)
A
Key Priories
(Short-term) in
2014
E

D

Civil nuclear energy
 US nuclear safety culture
and technology workshop
series supported by DOE,
DOC and NRC in Q1 and Q2
2013
 Workshop on nuclear liability
protection (prospective
members, including
Chadbourne LLP)
B
Smart grid modernization technical
assistance
 FERC, TDA and DOE supported
workshops and RTM on grid
management and renewable energy
integration
 Micro-grid demo project for roof PV,
energy storage and DSM
 Cisco – CEPRI integrated smart grid
communication model feasibility
study
 OSIsoft & Cisco – China Southern
Grid EPRI distributed data
integration, mgnt, visualization, for
OEM feasibility study


Shale gas
 TDA-funded shale
gas training
program on
promotion of US
shale gas
technologies
 Shale gas RTM to
be funded by TDA
Renewable energy
 Module stability and
safety evaluation
workshop
 Wind turbine quality
Clean transportation and and standard mutual
fuel
recognition workshop
 Fuel economics
workshop proposed
with China
Petroleum Industry
Federation (CPCIF)
 High energy
efficiency engine
application on auto
vehicle (Pinnacle in
Chongqing or Anhui)
C
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2014 Key Priorities (Long-term)

Major Events

 Year-round: continued
systematic coordination with the
US-China Climate Change
Working Group to support ECP
and memco initiatives and
projects
 Early 2H: energy industrial
content support the US-China
Strategic and Economic
Dialogue
 Mid 2H: US industry content
support for APEC
 Mid and late 2H: industrial
content support for bilateral
industrial forums including EEF,
REIF, ABF
 Late 2H: memco and industry
advocacy through JCCT
 Late 2H: 5th ECP anniversary
Industrial emission reduction and energy efficiency
 Cement work series and demo project on
cement manufacturing energy efficiency and
emission reduction
 DE&CHP solution based project development in
industrial parks and cities

Clean coal
 CCUS project development in
Xinjiang and Shanxi
 CCUS RTM to be funded by
USTDA

F

Eco-city / smart solution for energy
efficiency improvement
 Chinese eco-city need assessment
feasibility study including building
retrofit
 Industrial park or building based
demo project (Honeywell, Cisco,
FXXC)
 Provision of findings from demo
projects for green data center
standards
 Upgrade of green data center
program to comprehensive smart
solution for energy efficiency
improvement

A
Key Priorities
(Long-term)
in
2014
E
D

Civil nuclear energy
 Support for US companies’ existing
project and market development in China
through continuous engagement on
nuclear safety supported by USG
 Engagement with bilateral governments
on localization regarding market access
issues e.g. Part 810, HAF regulations,
liability protection
Renewable energy
 Small scale wind power
generation pilot project in
industrial park (FloDesign)
 Thin film PV power generation
station demo project (First
Solar)
 New energy power generation
operation and management
training
B

C
Shale gas
 Development of
technology trading
platform in
collaboration with
CIODPA

Clean transportation and
fuel
 Continuous dialogue
with NEA on market
entry regulations for
alternative fuel
Energy financing and investment
 City financing workshop
 Portfolio development of USbased energy projects for
Chinese investment
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