Within the framework of the Vietnam – Denmark Energy Partnership Program period 2017 – 2020 (DEPP). The Department of Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Development – Ministry of Industry and Trade in collaboration with the Danish Department of Energy organized “Consultation and training workshop on implementing processes under Circular 09/2012/TT-BCT and Circular 19/2016/TT-BCT” in Hanoi (December 5-6, 2019) and Ho Chi Minh (December 9-10, 2019).
Attending the workshop were representatives of the Department of Energy Saving and Sustainable Development, representatives of the Danish Department of Energy, representatives Departments of Industry and Trade, domestic and international consulting organizations and key energy users.
The workshop aims to support the Departments of Industry and Trade and Key Energy users to comply with Circular 09/2012/TT-BCT and Circular 19/2016/TT-BCT. It guides make a plan, energy audit reports, and energy efficiency and conservation.
Mr. Trinh Quoc Vu – Deputy Director of DEESD expressed his hope that the delegates would actively, share information and recommend to the stakeholders in the workshop.
Mr. Nguyen Dat Minh (VETS) – Domestic consultant and Mr. Peter Kristensen – International Consultant presented the completed implementation processes to the Departments of Industry and Trade to check compliance with Circular 09/2012/TT-BCT (level 1): introduce online reporting tool on dataenergy.vn; energy audit report (Level 2), inspection procedures for compliance on energy use norms and instructions for enterprises to implement; Draft energy-saving plan; the Draft Process for checking compliance with the energy audit report (Level 2) and the inspection procedures for compliance energy user norms and guiding enterprises to make reports in accordance with Circular 19/ 2016/TT-BCT
At the workshop, the delegates discussed with domestic and international consulting units. The comments of the domestic consulting unit (VETS) and the participants of the workshop are the basis for the Ministry of Industry and Trade to consider, adjust and issue the revised Circular 09 in the near future.