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eBook Iea Scoreboard 2011 - Implementing Energy Efficiency Policy: Progress And Challenges In Iea Member Countries epub

by Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development

eBook Iea Scoreboard 2011 - Implementing Energy Efficiency Policy: Progress And Challenges In Iea Member Countries epub
  • ISBN: 9264124594
  • Author: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
  • Genre: Business
  • Subcategory: Economics
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Organization For Economic Co-Operation & Development (October 27, 2011)
  • Pages: 76 pages
  • ePUB size: 1751 kb
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In parallel, the IEA published Implementing Energy Efficiency Policies: Are IEA Member Countries on Track?.

In parallel, the IEA published Implementing Energy Efficiency Policies: Are IEA Member Countries on Track?. Both publications found that although IEA member countries were making progress in implementing energy efficiency, more work was needed. The publication combines analysis of energy efficiency policy implementation and recent indicator development. The resulting Scoreboard 2011 provides a fuller picture of the progress as well as the challenges with implementing energy efficiency policy in IEA member countries. Published October 27th 2011 by Organization for Economic Co-Operation & Development (first published October 19th 2011). In parallel, the IEA published Implementing Energy Efficiency Policies: Are IEA Member Countries on Track?.

Oil stocks of IEA members. International cooperation. Key World Energy Statistics The IEA's introduction to energy data and statistics. Monthly OECD statistics Free statistics on oil, oil prices, electricity and natural gas. Data by topic. The energy efficiency services sector plays a relatively small role in energy efficiency investment but is the only area where units of energy efficiency are bought and sold directly. The main actors are energy service companies (ESCOs) that are contracted to provide energy efficiency benefits to customers on a continuing basis and energy utilities that are obligated to deliver energy efficiency by policy makers.

Energy Technology & Engineering. Publication date 01 Dec 2009. Publisher Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Publication City/Country Paris, France. Implementing Energy Efficiency Policies : Are Iea Member Countries on Track? Paperback. Other Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). We can notify you when this item is back in stock. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).

Energy efficiency progress and outlook in ASEAN-Region Rehan Kausar, Project Administration Unit Head, SE Asia Division, Asian Development Bank. Role of energy efficiency in sustainable development Luluk Sumiarso, Indonesian Institute for Clean Energy

Energy efficiency progress and outlook in ASEAN-Region Rehan Kausar, Project Administration Unit Head, SE Asia Division, Asian Development Bank. Role of energy efficiency in sustainable development Luluk Sumiarso, Indonesian Institute for Clean Energy. Business cases for energy efficiency Victor Zhou, Sub-regional Director for China and SE Asia, International Copper Association. Energy efficiency in emerging economies: challenges and opportunities Kaushik Das, Lead Partner, Global Energy Practice, McKinsey & Company SE Asia.

The IEA Scoreboard 2011 outlines the progress and identifies further priorities in this field by asking the .

The IEA Scoreboard 2011 outlines the progress and identifies further priorities in this field by asking the following questions: XXWhat has been the contribution of energy efficiency policies and measures in limiting energy consumption in member countries since the establishment of the IEA in 1974? .

in developing countries and its implications for sustainable energy efficient .

in developing countries and its implications for sustainable energy efficient designs in building. Bank, IMF and CIA is based on the level of economic development as they are yet to be recognized as developed countries.

In 1991, energy ministers from OPEC and IEA countries met in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, for the first IEF gathering. Currently, membership is only open to countries within the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). This became the most inclusive grouping yet, as major producers and consumers met to discuss supply and demand and the energy mar-kets. The IEF claims to be the neutral facilitator of open dialogue on energy with key global oil and gas actors. Membership therefore involves many European countries and some new influential players such as Mexico.

In particular, IEA member countries have implemented many policies in the transport, appliance and lighting sectors that were only planned in 2009. Nevertheless, IEA member countries still have significant unexploited energy savings opportunities that could be achieved with additional energy efficiency policy implementation. Concerns about energy security, climate change and rising energy costs make it imperative for all countries to significantly improve their energy efficiency. To assist them in doing so, the IEA has proposed 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations.

energy efficiency worldwide, jointly with the International Energy Agency . However its members are all developed countries.

energy efficiency worldwide, jointly with the International Energy Agency (IEA). Since its creation by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in 1974, the IEA has promoted energy efficiency. The growing economic interdependence among nations, the increasingly globalized energy market and the environmental issues affecting every country make the idea of a worldwide forum particularly relevant.


On the occasion of its 35th Anniversary in 2009, the International Energy Agency published the first edition of the Scoreboard focusing on 35 Key Energy Trends over 35 Years. In parallel, the IEA published Implementing Energy Efficiency Policies: Are IEA Member Countries on Track?. Both publications found that although IEA member countries were making progress in implementing energy efficiency, more work was needed. In the 2011 edition of the Scoreboard, the IEA has decided to focus on energy efficiency. The publication combines analysis of energy efficiency policy implementation and recent indicator development. The resulting Scoreboard 2011 provides a fuller picture of the progress as well as the challenges with implementing energy efficiency policy in IEA member countries.

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