All articles for the topic: emissions
Publication / ReportWater heaters are one of the most complex product categories due to a large variety of product types, technologies, and fuels used for heating water.
Publication / ReportRecognizing the importance of LFL in overall lighting energy consumption, this LFL mapping and benchmarking analysis assesses market trends and perform international comparisons of policies in major economies around the world.
Publication / ReportEnergy use in buildings worldwide accounts for over 40% of primary energy use and 24% of greenhouse gas emissions. Simply increasing energy supply will not solve the current energy supply and security situation and associated environmental problems.
Publication / ReportThe following report – Efficient Cooling Products in Latin America and the Caribbean – presents an analysis of the economic and energy savings potential from adopting more efficient cooling appliances in Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) countries.
Publication / ReportAPEC member economies account for approximately 57% of global GDP and 76% of global vehicles sales. The expansion of vehicle populations is pressuring governments around the world to improve vehicle efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Web ResourceThe Clean Energy Solutions Center, in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), hosted this webinar on developing nationally appropriate mitigation actions (NAMAs) on efficient lighting.
Publication / ReportThis study of general services lamps (GSL) will assist policymakers, program managers, and other stakeholders who are working to transition national and regional markets from inefficient incandescent and halogen lighting toward more energy efficient, cost effect alternatives including compact fluore
Publication / ReportThis paper examines energy efficiency's role in boosting economic growth and reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Publication / ReportChina’s industry is responsible for approximately 70 percent of the nation’s total energy use. Heavy industry also accounts for a very high share of China’s GHG emissions.
Publication / ReportThe industrial sector accounts for about one-third of total GHG emissions in the United States. Industrial energy efficiency in the US has improved substantially over the past 30 years; however, there are still significant opportunities for energy savings.