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Big data for greater energy efficiency

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20 April 2017 - 15:00 | Webinar

Data streams relevant for energy use in buildings are increasing. Many households have “smart” meters in place or are installing smart thermostats or smart plugs; and the first IoT applications are entering households. We see similar developments in commercial buildings.

Introduction to EDGE Voluntary Certification and Discussion of Municiple Incentive Options

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19 April 2017 - 14:00 | Webinar

A city can reduce its utility bills and its carbon footprint through better design of not just the buildings it owns but also all buildings that lie within its jurisdiction.

Webinar 1: Energy Efficiency Actions in Denmark-Copenhagen-Nordhavn

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07 April 2017 - 15:00 | Webinar

The Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency is hosting a no-cost webinar series ‘Think globally, act locally’ in order to show how energy efficiency policies and actions are linked together at the global, national and local levels of decision-making and how potentially local actions can drive policy and market transformation at the higher levels of governance.

100% Renewables: Pipe Dream or Reality? (Webinar)

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04 April 2017 - 13:00 | Webinar

The Clean Energy Solutions Center, in partnership with the Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21), is hosting a no-cost webinar on the launch of REN21’s newest report: Renewables Global Futures Report: Great debates towards 100% renewable energy.

2017 ACEEE National Symposium on Market Transformation

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02 April 2017 - 09:00 to 04 April 2017 - 17:00
| USA, Arlington

In 2016, we celebrated 20 years of innovative thinking, collaborative action, and commitment to addressing the opportunities and challenges in market transformation. Join us as we look forward to continued success. Market transformation is defined as "strategic interventions that attempt to cause lasting changes in the structure or function of a market, or the behavior of market participants, resulting in an increase in the adoption of energy efficient products, services, or practices."