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

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Energy Efficiency Centre Focus Areas

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 Options for Incentivizing Voluntary, Above-code Construction
10 May 2017, 3 PM CEST
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Webinar on Standards to Achieve City Sustainability
26 April 2017 at 16:02 CEST
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Webinar on EDGE Voluntary Certification and Discussion of Municiple Incentive Options
19 April 2017 at 2:00 PM
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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



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In Focus

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Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency Newsletter


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

23 MAY 2017