Efficient lighting could save over $ 108 billion annually in avoided electricity bills to consumers.
The transport sector has the highest growth of CO2 emission of any sector.
The buildings sector accounts for about one-third of global energy use.
Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency is the Energy Efficiency Hub under the SEforALL initiative.
06 February 2017
New Vacancies at Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficency
20 January 2017
Policy makers and companies explore improving industrial energy efficiency
21 December 2016
Workshop on High Impact Opportunities for Energy Efficiency in India
14 December 2016
Workshop on High Impact Opportunities for Energy Efficiency in China
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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Workshop on High Impact Opportunities (HIO) for Energy Efficiency Improvement in China
13 December 2016, Beijing. See Agenda
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.
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