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Global Electric Vehicles Sales Surge, but Emissions from Transport Rise Faster

IEA reports that global sales of electric vehicles surpass two million, but adoption rates must increase to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement. EU emissions rose for the first time since 2010 due to higher demand for transport offsetting increases in average fuel economy.

Energy and Emissions: Mapping the Impacts (Webinar) - 23.05.2017

eLearning

This BEA webinar is demonstrating how to measure the potential sustainability impacts of city policies and projects. Speakers are discussing how to find the estimated emissions reductions from policies intended for, or unrelated to, climate mitigation.

Is CHP part of your vision for the modern grid? Let’s discuss


Keeping cool in the summer leads to increased air pollution

As the weather warms, so does the use of air conditioners. But running these devices requires power plants to ratchet up electricity production, causing air polluting emissions to rise.

Standards to Achieve City Sustainability (Webinar) - 26/27.04.2017

eLearning

This BEA webinar engages participants on how to use tools and standards to improve city sustainability.

Optimising the energy use of technical building systems – unleashing the power of the EPBD’s Article 8

Publication / Report

The main objective of the proposed revision of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) which the European Commission released on the 30th November 2016 “is to accelerate the cost effective renovation of existing buildings.

Renovating Romania

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A strategy for the energy renovation of Romania’s building stock

Vehicle standards are energy efficiency at its best – and too valuable to roll back


Wading into the Trump era of energy efficiency


Mitigation Update: France, China Announce Mitigation Commitments, IEA Reports on Energy Efficiency

France submits its Long-term National Climate Plan, in which it commits to to reduce carbon emissions by 40% compared to 1990 levels by 2030, and achieve a 75% reduction by 2050.

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