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Kenya: Taxpayer Billions to Bail Out Spanish Power Line Builder

[Nation] Kenyan taxpayers have been forced to bail out a debt-ridden Spanish contractor building the Lake Turkana Wind power transmission line to ensure the project is completed by June.

Energy performance certificates across the EU

Publication / Report

Mapping of national approaches

Alleviating fuel poverty in the EU

Publication / Report

Investing in home renovation, a sustainable and inclusive solution

Integrated Design Process (IDP) library

Tool / Instrument

A tool for shopping centres retrofitting developed by the FP7 project CommONEnergy

Europe’s buildings under the microscope

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Country-by-country review of the energy performance of Europe's buildings.

Don’t Tread on ENERGY STAR

Uganda: Govt to Set Up Shs1 Trillion Unitary Oil Pipeline

[Monitor] Entebbe -Energy minister Irene Muloni has said government is set to construct a unitary pipeline worth $3.35b (Shs1.2 trillion) that will transport the country's crude oil from Hoima to Tanga Port in Tanzania.

Kenya: Estimated Bills Reduce Kenya Power's Earnings

[East African] Kenyan electricity transmission and distribution firm Kenya Power has recorded a negative working capital of Ksh7 billion ($70 million) in the six months to December 31, 2016, suggesting that the firm does not have cash to repay short-term debts and finance its day-to-day operation

Why rate design matters for energy efficiency

Read Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency's (C2E2) Fifth Newsletter

User generated Initiative

Read Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency's (C2E2) Fifth Newsletter


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