Over the past month, Climatelinks featured content on the opportunities, challenges, tools, technologies, policies and actions related to energy efficiency, emissions reductions, air pollution and related health issues in urban areas.
We also asked Climatelinks community members to share their resources at the intersection of these topics. The shared resources, found below, include best practices in energy efficiency policy, the 2018 State of Global Air report and interactive tools, an article on mainstreaming building energy efficiency codes, energy efficiency successes in Kazakhstan, a publication on removing barriers to energy efficiency in municipal heat and hot water supply, webinars on good practices and innovative business models for energy efficiency financing, and the World Energy Outlook 2017 on power, renewables, and energy efficiency.
Do you have resources on these topics that you would like to share? Please do so in the comment box below this blog! Also, check out USAID-supported clean energy and energy efficiency resources and blogs on Climatelinks.
Academic Journals, Websites
Energy Efficiency Academic Journal (Springer Netherlands, 2018)
IEA’s Work on Energy Efficiency (International Energy Agency, 2018)
Best Practice in Energy Efficiency Policy (International Energy Agency, 2018)
Energy Efficiency Dashboard for India (UJALA, 2018)
Videos & Webinars
Power, Renewables and Energy Efficiency (International Energy Agency, 2017)
Total Running Time
IEA-Mexico Energy Efficiency Webinar Series (International Energy Agency, 2018)
Financing Energy Efficiency in Developing Countries – What are Challenges & Options Available? (UNFCCC Climate Action Studio, 2016)
Who Pays for Energy Efficiency in Developing Countries? (Fortune, 2015)
Scaling Up Energy Efficiency in Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam (World Bank, 2014)
Innovative Business Models for Energy Efficiency Financing (Clean Energy Solutions Center, 2014)
State of Global Air 2018 (Health Effects Institute, 2018)
Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency in Developing Countries: Contributions to Reducing Global Emissions (United Nations Environment Programme, 2017)
Removing Barriers to Energy Efficiency in Municipal Heat and Hot Water Supply: Lessons Learned (Global Environment Facility, 2016)
Mainstreaming Building Energy Efficiency Codes in Developing Countries: Global Experiences and Lessons from Early Adopters (Feng Liu, Anke S. Meyer, and John F. Hogan, 2010)
Dominican Republic Leapfrogs to Energy-Efficient Lighting (Global Environment Facility, 2018)
Energy Efficiency Success Stories in Kazakhstan (Global Environment Facility, 2016)
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