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Government-led initiatives to promote the uptake of energy management systems.

Programs to purchase energy savings from industry or the residential sector. Energy savings are delivered by utilities or third parties (often through financial or technical assistance). In Europe, such programs are often called energy efficiency obligations.

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    Michigan

    DTE Energy (Detroit Edison)

    Program Type:
    Resource Acquisition
    Year:
    2009
    Status:
    in operation
    Supervising Entity:
    Michigan Public Service Commission
    Implementing Entity:
    DTE Energy
    Program Summary:

    One of the most common models of energy efficiency programs at the state level involves the state government imposing energy savings targets on utilities operating within the state. Each affected utility is then legally obligated to achieve those savings.

    Ontario

    Enbridge Gas Distribution

    Program Type:
    Resource Acquisition
    Year:
    1995
    Status:
    in operation
    Supervising Entity:
    Ontario Energy Board
    Implementing Entity:
    Enbridge Gas Distribution
    Program Summary:

    Enbridge Gas Distribution is a natural gas distribution company that operates primarily in Ontario, Canada. As a regulated utility, their energy efficiency programs, targets, rates, and cost recovery are negotiated with the Ontario Energy Board (OEB).

    China

    Energy management system requirements under the Top-10,000 Program

    Program Type:
    Energy Management
    Year:
    2012
    Status:
    in operation
    Supervising Entity:
    National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC)
    Implementing Entity:
    Local Energy Conservation Authorities
    Program Summary:

    China’s mandatory energy conservation target-setting policy for large energy users, known as the Top-10,000 Program (*1), was introduced in 2011. One of the key requirements laid out in the Program is the establishment of energy management systems.

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