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Tools for Building Energy Efficiency: Resources for Policy Development (Webinar) - 24.11.2015

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The Clean Energy Solutions Center, in collaboration with the Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency (C2E2), the World Resource Institute (WRI) and ICLEI—partners to the Sustainable Energy for All Building Efficiency Accelerator—hosted this webinar training on publicly available analytical tools for

Introduction to RETScreen Clean Energy Management Software (Webinar)

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The Clean Energy Solutions Center, in partnership with CanmetENERGY (Government of Canada), hosted this webinar-based training on the powerful capabilities of the RETScreen Clean Energy Management Software.

The Multiple Benefits of Measures to Improve Energy Efficiency

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Energy efficiency has been aptly dubbed ‘the first fuel’: it is widely available, it represents a cost effective investment and it increases competitiveness.

Rockefeller Foundation and REEEP to investigate lessons of mini-grid market development in India

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This December, The Rockefeller Foundation has teamed up with the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP) to take stock of the initiative, synthesise data and information gathered since operations commenced, codify these into actionable lessons and engage with key stakeholders who

Synergies Between Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency - A Working Paper Based on REMAP 2030

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The interplay between energy efficiency improvements and the deployment of renewable energy technologies is complex. If the respective potentials in these two fields are combined, total global energy demand can be reduced by up to a quarter by 2030, IRENA and C2E2 find.

The biggest innovation in energy is to go without

The biggest innovation in energy is to go without

Jan 17th 2015 | From the print edition

Guide for Conducting Energy Efficiency Potential Studies

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This Guide provides information on standard approaches for parties looking to build the policy case for energy efficiency, evaluate efficiency as an alternative to supply-side resources, and formulate detailed program design plans by understanding the potential for cost-effective energy effi ciency.

Deriving the most from every unit of energy

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India needs a broad, coherent strategy for energy efficiency to reduce its carbon emission intensity and enhance its energy security. This article breifly describes four key points that can shape this strategy. It appeared in the Hindu Business Line on 2 December, 2015.

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