Blog posts with the tag: "Investor Confidence Project"
Monday 25 February 2013
One of the big issues with energy efficiency is that investors – either internal to the project host or external third party investors – don’t have enough confidence in the evaluation, implementation or measurement of projects. In the USA, the Investor Confidence Project (ICP) which is being sponsored by the Environmental Defense Fund is addressing…
Monday 18 February 2013
We know that buildings use about (40)% of all energy use and we also know that the energy efficiency of buildings can be greatly improved, often just by better monitoring and controls with low capex and fast paybacks. Savings of 20% or more can often be achieved by better control strategies and recommissioning. New design…
Dr Steven Fawkes
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