Webinar on Outlook for the second cycle of the Perform Achieve and Trade Scheme: Understanding the Designated Consumer Viewpoint

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Date : 24/04/2015

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Sustainability Outlook and Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy (AEEE) conducted a webinar on its recently released Market Brief “Outlook for the second cycle of the Perform Achieve and Trade Scheme: Understanding the Designated Consumer (DC) Viewpoint” on 24 April. Roselin Dey, Sustainability Outlook presented the findings of the Market Brief during the webinar focusing on:

  1. Impact of operationalizing the PAT Scheme from the perspective of Designated Consumers (DCs) with a sectoral deep dive on pulp and paper, cement, iron and steel sectors
  2. Outlook for the second cycle of PAT from a Designated Consumers (DC) perspective with a focus on using Energy Saving Certificates (ESCerts) to build an internal business case

To access the presentation, kindly click on the link below

Outlook for the second cycle of the Perform Achieve and Trade Scheme: Understanding the Designated Consumer Viewpoint

To access the summary report of the webinar, kindly click on the link below

PAT Market Brief_Summary Report

To access e-version of the Market Brief

PAT Market Brief