This map shows key information on policies supporting the transition to efficient lighting in Latin American and Caribbean countries. The information is based on the Draft Report on Efficient Lighting in Latin America and the Caribbean, prepared for the OLADE/UNEP IV Latin American and Caribbean Seminar on Energy Efficiency (August 3-4 2011 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic).
Presentations and other relevant documents for the OLADE/UNEP IV Latin American and Caribbean Seminar on Energy Efficiency
Declaration of the participants of the IV Latin American and Caribbean Seminar on Energy Efficiency to the ministers of environment (ESPAÑOL) / (ENGLISH)
Report on the transition to efficient lighting in Latin America and the Caribbean (ESPAÑOL) / (ENGLISH)
- Introduction to the en.lighten partnership (ESPAÑOL) / (ENGLISH)
Session 5 : The UNEP en.lighten initiative towards the transition to efficient lighting
·Introduction to the en.lighten initiative, Gustavo Mañez (UNEP en.lighten)
·National and regional potential of efficient lighting in Latin America and the Caribbean, Harry Verhaar (Philips)
Session 7 : National experiences in the transition to efficient lighting
·Powerpoint presentation by Alicia Baragatti (Energy Efficiency Coordinator), Argentina
·Powerpoint presentation by Luis Muñozcano (SEMARNAT) and José Antonio Urteaga (MGM Innova, DG), Mexico
·Powerpoint presentation by Luis Ayala (Advisor to the office of the Minister, Ministerio de Electricidad y Energías Renovables), Ecuador
·Powerpoint presentation by Ramsés Montes (Specialist for the Direccíon de Uso Racional de la Energía), Cuba
Session 8 : (Continuation) A Roadmap for the transition to efficient lighting
·Powerpoint presentation by Barry Bredenkamp (National Energy Efficiency Agency, South Africa).
·Powerpoint presentation "The Importance of Monitoring, Verification and Enforcement for Lighting Products", by Peter Banwell (Environmental Protection Agency, Energy Star Program, USA).
·Powerpoint presentation "Aspectos Ambientales y de Salud de la Iluminación Eficiente", by Hans Peter Grieneisen (INMETRO, Brazil), Pablo Reali (DINAMA, Uruguay) and Michael Bender (Mercury Policy Project, USA)