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Want to use energy efficiency to benefit low-income communities in planning for the Clean Power Plan? We’ve got a guide for that.

An Introduction to the SE4ALL Building Efficiency Accelerator (Webinar) - 23.06.2015

Web Resource

Energy efficiency is touted as a “low-hanging fruit” for cities to take hold of, in order to lower overall carbon emissions. Indeed, energy efficiency opportunities are well understood and implemented in a variety of settings worldwide.

The Role of Electricity in Heating and Cooling

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This report describes how there are strong opportunities to better marry the European Union's electricity and thermal energy markets to help drive up penetration of renewables, increase efficiency, lower emissions and support economic growth.

Buildings for Our Future: The Deep Path for Closing the Emissions Gap in the Building Sector

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A cumulative work commissioned by the Global Buildings Performance Network, this report explores the mitigation potential from buildings in China, the European Commission, India and the United States.

Promoting Strong ISO 50001 Outcomes with Supportive National Infrastructure

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This report describes how the ISO 50001 standard is a flexible voluntary standard that can be used to help countries and industries meet climate change mitigation goals.

Local Governments for Sustainability Highlights Report - Africa

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This report describes the official closing and key highlights of the "Local Renewables: South-South Cooperation between Cities in India, Indonesia, and South Africa" South African project, and the launch of the "Promoting Urban Low Emission Development Strategies in Emerging Economy C

The World’s Carbon Markets: A Case Study Guide to Emissions Trading

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This case study examines climate legislation in Japan, including Japan's participation in domestic and international markets for carbon offsets, as well as emissions trading schemes, feed-in tariffs and carbon taxes. The authors also consider Japan's participation in the Kyoto Protocol.

Potential Global Benefits of Improved Ceiling Fan Energy Efficiency

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The analysis, using the Bottom-Up Energy Analysis System (BUENAS) developed by Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory and CLASP, shows that ceiling fan energy efficiency can be cost-effectively improved by at least 50% using commercially available technology, with potential savings of 70 TWh per year


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