APEC Vehicle Fuel Efficiency Labelling Workshop
Concorde Hotel,Singapore, Tuesday 24 March 2015
This workshop was held as part of the current APEC-funded Review of the Design and Effectiveness of Vehicle Fuel Efficiency Labelling and Consumer Information Schemes (EWG 05 2014A), led by New Zealand. It took place at the Concorde Hotel, Singapore ahead of the 45th meeting of the APERC Expert Group on Energy Efficiency and Conservation (EGEE&C). The workshop presentations are available below.
The workshop presented preliminary results from a survey of vehicle fuel efficiency labelling schemes in APEC (and non-APEC) economies, identified best practices, highlight information gaps, and provided an opportunities for discussion and knowledge-sharing between economies on current and planned labelling schemes.
The outcomes from the workshop will be a report recommending best practices for economies that wish to develop or enhance a vehicle fuel efficiency labelling scheme.
For any enquiries relating to this workshop and the wider project, please contact the project overseer Joern Scherzer (Joern.Scherzer@eeca.govt.nz) or administrator Lisa Sinclair (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This project is being coordinated by New Zealand’s Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA).
Please find below the links to the workshop videos and powerpoints.