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Energy Efficiency and the 10YFP. Background Paper for the 10YFP Workshop in UN City, Copenhagen, Denmark

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Energy Efficiency (EE) is an important for mitigating climate change, but also for deriving economic benefits and competitive advantage. According to the IEA, EE alone could contribute 49% of the GHG reduction required for adhering to the 2°C limit.

IEA reports large energy efficiency gains but calls for accelerated efforts


Energy Efficiency and the Cooling Imperative: Tapping the synergies with the HFC Refrigerant Phasedown under the Kigali Amendment (Webinar) - 05.09.2018

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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.

Program administrators can stay ahead of the curve with high-efficiency air conditioners


Energy News: Events for SDG 7 Implementation, Countries Advance with Renewable Energy and Storage

The IEA held a workshop on Enhancing the Impact of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Policies and launched an online resource to centralize its data and scenario projects relating to SDG 7.

Energy Efficiency Indicators Highlights 2017

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This statistical report is designed to help understand what drives final energy use in IEA member countries in order to improve and track national energy efficiency policies.

How many billions do US businesses and individuals invest in energy efficiency each year?


IEA, EU and China Advance Energy Efficiency

High-level participants to the second IEA Global Conference on Energy Efficiency discussed global perspectives, evolution of technology and policy and financing and investment regarding energy efficiency.

Global Electric Vehicles Sales Surge, but Emissions from Transport Rise Faster

IEA reports that global sales of electric vehicles surpass two million, but adoption rates must increase to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement. EU emissions rose for the first time since 2010 due to higher demand for transport offsetting increases in average fuel economy.

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