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India Hosts National Dialogue on Phase-down of HFCs

India’s Council on Energy, Environment and Water and the Norwegian Environment Agency hosted a national dialogue on phasing down HFCs in India. The dialogue highlighted findings an independent study on incentives and regulations to phase-down HFCs in India.

Roses are red, but they might not be green

Africa:UN Environment Energy Initiative Lauded As Best Partnership At Major Summit

[UNEP] Copenhagen -UN Environment's District Energy in Cities Initiative, which is unlocking private sector finance to cut greenhouse gas emissions from heating and cooling, has been named best State-of-the-Art partnership in the energy sector at a global summit, hosted by the Prime Minister of D

Energy Efficiency and the Cooling Imperative: Tapping the synergies with the HFC Refrigerant Phasedown under the Kigali Amendment (Webinar) - 05.09.2018


The IEA estimates that by 2050 energy demand from space cooling will triple.

Sistemas urbanos de calefacción y refrigeración eficientes – Energía distrital en América del Sur (Webinar) - 01.08.2018


La actual situación energética en los países de la América del Sur necesita un cambio radical: aumentar el uso de fuentes de energía renovables y tener un uso más eficiente de la energía, también alineándose con los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible 7, 8 y 13.

Renovating Belgrade – A framework for exploring the potential to renovate the City of Belgrade

Publication / Report

In the present report, BPIE outlines the renovation potential and approaches to increasing renovation activities in Belgrade.

Program administrators can stay ahead of the curve with high-efficiency air conditioners

American University just graduated to carbon neutral, thanks partly to energy efficiency

Cooling For All Panel Discusses Sustainable Cooling Access Ahead of Flagship Report Launch

The Kigali Cooling Efficiency Program (K-CEP) hosted the Africa Cooling Efficiency Conference in Kigali, Rwanda, to explore opportunities to maximize energy efficiency of cooling solutions in the context of the global clean energy transition.

Rwanda:Govt Moves to Ban Toxic Gases Used in Fridges

[New Times] The Ministry of Environment is set to conduct a detailed energy efficiency market survey that will inform new policy aimed at introducing new non-pollutant cooling technologies by restricting imports of air pollutant gases used by fridges and air conditioners in the country, Environme


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