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There Is Not Enough Transmission to Meet US Corporate’s Renewable Energy Demands

According to a report released on January 16 by the Wind Energy Foundation (WEF), U.S. corporations have committed to signing deals result in 60 GW of renewable energy capacity being added to the grid in coming years.

Nigeria:'How to Close Huge Gap Between Energy Demand and Supply in Nigeria'

[Guardian] Franklin Ajaegbu, Program Manager, Energy Efficiency - Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Plc (PHED), in this interview with Paula Eseghene, says energy efficiency is indisputably the most cost-effective solution to close the huge gap between its demand and supply in Nigeria.

Energy Efficiency Brief, Rosario-Argentina

Publication / Report

Argentina’s significant domestic natural gas and hydro resources has led to an electricity generation system based on these fuel sources, offering low electricity prices.

CommONEnergy Economic Assessment Tool

Tool / Instrument

The EU funded project CommONEnergy developed a tool, the Economic Assessment Tool, to estimate the energy saving potential and economic benefits of retrofitting shopping centers, together with a tutorial video, to explain how to use the tool.

WEBINAR: De-Mystifying Demand Response | 23 May | 16H CET

User generated Initiative

As smart metering programs proliferate worldwide and balancing energy supply and demand becomes more difficult (and costly) than ever, Demand Response (DR) is “having a moment” in the energy world today. But are you prepared for the monumental changes about to come?

Smart buildings in a decarbonised energy system

Publication / Report

10 principles are making the case for buildings to be at the core of a decarbonised energy system, producing, storing and supplying energy, making the energy system more flexible, resilient and efficient.

European Energy Efficiency Fund (eeef)

Web Resource

As energy demand in the member states of the European Union is still raising climate change mitigation by improving energy efficiency and renewable energy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions becomes increasingly important.

GLOBAL STATUS REPORT 2016: Towards zero-emission efficient and resilient buildings

Publication / Report

Energy use in buildings and for building construction represents more than one-third of global final energy consumption and contributes to nearly one-quarter of greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions worldwide. A growing population, as well as rapid growth in purchasing power in emerging economies and de

Balancing energy demand could save money

An incentive program that shifts electricity usage for low-priority activities to nonpeak times could help balance the demand for electricity and ease pressure on aging transmission lines.

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