Blog posts with the tag: "co-benefits"
Thursday 20 February 2014
There have been a few interesting energy articles in the FT, most notably; “Consumers see the light over lower energy costs”, by Guy Chazan, which reported that people use nearly a third less electricity to light their homes than they did 16 years ago. Brenda Boardman from the Environmental Change Institute at Oxford said that…
Thursday 30 January 2014
I recently attended a very thought provoking meeting at the International Energy Agency looking at the multiple benefits of industrial energy efficiency, a topic that I have written about before both in the blog and in my book. Interest in making sure all the benefits from energy efficiency are evaluated at the investment decision point…
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