The webinar will showcase the use of blockchain technologies in development and cooperation projects with a focus on sustainable energy (SDG#7). Speakers will present how alternative finance can leverage public-private partnerships on renewable energy projects in Moldova, how a community is empowered through peer-to-peer energy trading in Thailand, and how blockchain-based applications can bring societal benefits and support the achievement of SDG#7.
Arab countries are putting in place numerous energy efficiency measures in all sectors to save energy, reduce emissions and fulfill their climate goals. The case of Tunisia strikes to be progressive due to its structure and projects that support energy efficiency in the country.
The IEA estimates that by 2050 energy demand from space cooling will triple. Entering into force in 2019, the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol seeks to reduce the global warming impacts of air conditioners and refrigerators through reducing the use of refrigerants with strong global warming effects. Such a shift in refrigerant offers a great opportunity for energy efficiency improvements during appliance re-engineering.
National Energy Efficiency Authority has a role of energy efficiency agency that has information on all activities in the field of energy efficiency in Croatia. It has a database with all achieved savings, which is a key tool for reporting and defining of new measures that are necessary for achieving national energy efficiency objective.
PUBLEnEf project aims to assist European Union Member States in implementing effective and efficient sustainable energy policies (with the focus on energy efficiency) and empower them to make use of the best practices and policy processes implemented in other Member States at the national, regional and/or local level.