Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy (AEEE)
|Name of initiative||Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy (AEEE)|
|Secretariat|| Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy
Saira Tower, 4th Floor, N-161A, Gulmohar Enclave, Yusuf Sarai, New Delhi -110049 India
|Organisational structure||Executive Council|
|Geographical coverage||Only one country|
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|Location/Nationality of lead organisation||India|
|Description||The Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy (AEEE) is an industry led, membership based not-for-profit organization that drives energy efficiency (EE) markets and policies in India. Launched in 2008, it engages in capacity building, market development, policy advisory and industry advocacyinitiatives. AEEE mainstreams EE solutions; promotes well-functioning EE markets; and enables Indian industries to meet accelerated energy needs while hedging against energy risks. It is the only organisation in India which works on creating awareness about energy efficiency as a resource (energy efficiency is the cheapest, cleanest and fastest resource and must be the first fuel in India, before thinking about power generation from any fuel, including renewables) advocates for data driven and evidence-based energy efficiency policies that will unleash the innovation and entrepreneurship within the country to create an energy-efficient economy.|
|Objectives|| AEEE mission is to make an energy-efficient India.
AEEE aims to transform India into a global leader in the field of energy efficiency by helping reduce the country’s energy intensity (energy used/per GDP unit) to have a globally competitive and environmentally sustainable economy and shape India as one of the most attractive markets for companies with the best available energy-efficient technologies.
|Activities|| AEEE supports its members to increase their credibility in the area of energy efficiency by
providing a bouquet of value-added, customised services. AEEE creates opportunities for its members that enable scaling of energy efficiency products and services, and also catalyse EE financing. AEEE works closely with private sector companies and invites companies and organisations to become members of AEEE to strengthen its hands and scale up the energy efficiency market for their energy-efficient products and services by becoming active partners in the development and implementation of government’s energy efficiency policies in the buildings, industry and appliances and equipment sector. AEEE works closely with national and international institutions, governmental and non-governmental (e.g. Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Energy Efficiency Services Limited, Niti Aayog, SIDBI, FICCI, The World Bank, Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation, American Council for an Energy Efficiency Economy, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, etc.), private sector companies (SME ESCOs, Equipment manufacturers, to big real estate developers, etc.) to provide a convening platform for government and industry to engage in a constructive dialogue to design and implement more effective and impactful policies.
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Monitoring and Impacts
|Function of initiative||Political dialogue, Technical dialogue|
|Activity of initiative||Advocacy, Knowledge dissemination and exchange|
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|Companies||31|| 75F (India),AEON (India),Agnisumukh (India),Alternative Futures (India),Amazon (USA),Armstrong (USA),Aspiration Energy (India),Atomberg (India),Baghirathi (India),BEBLEC (India),CEPT University (India),ckinetics (India),Coolflo Engineers (India),Covestro (Germany),Customized Energy Solutions (India),EcoEnergy (USA),EN systems (India),Energy Tech Ventures (India),Engie (France),GSH (India),Greetude (India),Greentree (India).
Idam (India),International Institute of Information Technology Hyderabad (India),Jeneffco (India),Schnabel (Germany),SEEtech (India),Shamar (India),Smart Joules (India),Stenum Asia (India),Synurja (India),TORO (India),Vivikanda Global University (India)
|Research and educational organisations||0|
|Regional / state / county actors||0|
|City / municipal actors||0|
|Intergovernmental organisations||17||BEE (India), SHAKTI (India), DST (India), EESL (India), DERC (India), Mac Arthur Foundation (USA), OAK Foundation (India), World Bank (USA), UNDP (USA), GEF (USA), UNIDO (Austria), ACEEE (USA), Berkeley Lab (USA), NRDC (USA), USAID India (USA), EVO (India), Alliance to save energy (India).|
|Number of members in the years|| |
|Have only national states as participators||No|
|Transport||Agriculture||Forestry||Business||Financial institutions||Buildings||Industry||Waste||Cities and subnational governments||Short Term Pollutants||International maritime transport||Energy Supply||Fluorinated gases||Energy efficiency||Renewable energy||Supply chain emission reductions||Adaptation||Other||Resilience||Innovation||Energy Access and Efficiency||Private Finance|
Not only have national states as participators