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High Iimpact Opportunities For Energy Efficiency in China

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This report, High Impact Opportunities for Energy Efficiency in China, presents six High Impact Opportunities (HIOs) for improvements to energy efficiency in China in the transport, building, industry and power sectors.

Enhancing Energy Efficiency in India: Assessment of Sectoral Potentials

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This report, Enhancing Energy efficiency in India: Assessment of sectoral potentials, presents a model based assessment of the potential for improvements in energy efficiency in key sectors of the Indian economy.

Enhancing Energy Efficiency in China: Assessment of Sectoral Potentials

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This report, Enhancing Energy Efficiency in China: Assessment of Sectoral Potentials, uses energy and economic models to assess the potential for further energy-efficient improvements in the transport, building, industry and power sectors.

Using Data to Measure Building Efficiency Policy Impacts (Webinar) - 27/28.06.2017

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This webinar will cover how to calculate the potential emissions impacts from city activities on building efficiency using quality data and standardized methodologies.

Budget ax threatens manufacturing program that puts America first


The results are in: here are the most energy-efficient utilities in the US


Energy Efficiency Brief, Tbilisi-Georgia

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Georgia will soon be releasing its first National Energy Efficiency Action Plan (NEEAP), which covers a comprehensive set of policies and cross-sectoral measures in power, transport, industry, buildings and services.

United for Efficiency (U4E)

Web Resource

U4Eis a global effort supporting developing countries and emerging economies to move their markets to energy-efficient appliances and equipment. Informs policy makers of the potential environmental, financial and economic savings of a transition to high-efficiency products;Under the leadership of t

Energy Ministers Discuss Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Deployment

The energy ministers of Canada, China, Norway, and the US, as well as the Heads of delegation from Australia and the European Commission (EC), along with leaders from the industry and key organizations, gathered to discuss increased collaboration to drive further deployment of CCUS.

Ohio Opt-Out Will Cost State Billions in Benefits


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