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States’ energy use correlates with efficiency policies, new data suggest

Mitigation Finance Update: Support for Tidal Energy in France, Loans for Energy Efficiency and Distribution in India

India signed US$220 million IBRD loan to improve the domestic energy efficiency market, and a US$250 million IBRD loan to reform electricity distribution in Rajasthan. The European Commission approved France’s support of a tidal energy pilot project.

California must go big on energy efficiency to be carbon-free by 2045

On Labor Day, we salute the 2.2 million-plus Americans who work to save energy

Energy efficiency helps rural households afford energy bills

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.

IEA Report Shows Falling Global Investment in Energy, Record Spending on Solar

The report highlights that energy efficiency represents “the lone sector of growth” in 2017. While China leads on solar investment, Europe appears to be the frontrunner in offshore wind.

National Energy Efficiency Authority (Croatia)

Web Resource

National Energy Efficiency Authority has a role of energy efficiency agency that has information on all activities in the field of energy efficiency in Croatia.

Support Public Authorities for Implementing Energy Efficiency Policies (PUBLEnEf)

Tool / Instrument

PUBLEnEf project aims to assist European Union Member States in implementing effective and efficient sustainable energy policies (with the focus on energy efficiency) and empower them to make use of the best practices and policy processes implemented in other Member States at the national, regional

Good news from the Midwest: Michigan emerges as energy efficiency powerhouse


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