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Efficient lighting could save over $ 108 billion annually in avoided electricity bills to consumers.

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The transport sector has the highest growth of CO2 emission of any sector.

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The buildings sector accounts for about one-third of global energy use.

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Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency is the Energy Efficiency Hub under the SEforALL initiative.

 

Calendar of Events

Webinar on Energy-efficient Buildings Renovation Action Plans for cities
14 March, 2017 at 4:00 PM CET
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Workshop - DHC Days 2017: Local to Global Approaches for Innovative District Energy Solutions
21 - 22 February, 2017, Lyon, France
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Webinar on 'How to get your building energy project funded?'
23 January, 2017 at 4:00 PM CET
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Energy Efficiency Accelerators

The Energy Efficiency ‘Accelerators’ represent key areas of action to achieve the SEforALL energy efficiency target, and are being established as global multi-stakeholder platforms that will focus on scaling up and accelerating energy efficiency work at the national, sub-national and city levels. Read more about the accelerators here.

 

C2E2 Webinars

 

 

Click to watch all webinars hosted by the Copenhagen Centre.

In Focus

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The Energy Efficiency Knowledge Management System is a one stop platform for accessing latest news, knowledge, publications, databases and tools on energy efficiency worldwide.

Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency Newsletter

   

Click to read Newsletter No. 5 and all Newsletters by the Copenhagen Centre.

http://www.energyefficiencycentre.org/
27 MARCH 2017