Organisation

International Energy Agency

Acronym
IEA
Description

The IEA works to ensure reliable, affordable and clean energy for its 30 member countries and beyond. Our mission is guided by four main areas of focus: energy security, economic development, environmental awareness and engagement worldwide.

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Buildings: Session 4 (Energy Efficiency Training Week, Paris 2018)
17 May 2018

Slide presentation documenting fundamentals of building technologies and energy efficiency products to reduce energy use in buildings.

Trainers: John Dulac and Brian Dean

Presentation

Buildings: Session 6 (Energy Efficiency Training Week, Paris 2018)
17 May 2018

This presentation provides a guideline to policymakers on

1. How to test the claims that the building energy codes were outdated from the industry association.

2. What to do if the claims and information are correct.

The slides explained the fundamentals of...

Presentation

Buildings: Session 7 (Energy Efficiency Training Week, Paris 2018)
17 May 2018

Slide presentation covering the fundamentals of how energy efficiency targets and policies can be used in tandem to reduce energy use in buildings and meet energy and development goals. The slides provided guidelines to policymakers to identify, prioritise and quantify different policy options. Trainers: Brian...

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Buildings: Session 8 (Energy Efficiency Training Week, Paris 2018)
17 May 2018

The presentation guide policymakers on the fundamentals of how to evaluate both energy and non-energy benefits (the multiple benefits) of energy efficiency for buildings. Previous case studies that have been completed were compared to evaluate the monetised value of energy efficiency measures using numerous categories...

Video

7 Mar 2018

The global buildings sector is responsible for 30% of final energy consumption and more than 55% of global electricity demand. Progress towards sustainable buildings is advancing, but improvements are still not keeping up with a growing buildings sector and rising demand for energy services. The...

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Energy efficiency in emerging economies training week
7 Aug 2018

Slide presentation capturing a broad spectrum of industry-based energy efficiency policies. Energy efficiency options for the building sector include regulation, information and incentives.

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Buildings: Session 5 (Energy Efficiency Training Week, Paris 2018)
17 May 2018

The slides were to teach the fundamentals of energy efficiency policies that can be used to reduce energy use in buildings and how energy efficiency policies can enable effective investment and finance for energy efficiency in buildings.

Presentation

Buildings: Session 4 (Energy Efficiency Training Week, Paris 2018)
17 May 2018

Slide presentation documenting fundamentals of building technologies and energy efficiency products to reduce energy use in buildings.

Trainers: John Dulac and Brian Dean

Presentation

Buildings: Session 6 (Energy Efficiency Training Week, Paris 2018)
17 May 2018

This presentation provides a guideline to policymakers on

1. How to test the claims that the building energy codes were outdated from the industry association.

2. What to do if the claims and information are correct.

The slides explained the fundamentals of...

Presentation

Buildings: Session 7 (Energy Efficiency Training Week, Paris 2018)
17 May 2018

Slide presentation covering the fundamentals of how energy efficiency targets and policies can be used in tandem to reduce energy use in buildings and meet energy and development goals. The slides provided guidelines to policymakers to identify, prioritise and quantify different policy options. Trainers: Brian...

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Report

29 Jun 2017

Several standards regarding energy consumption have emerged in the last decade, defining increasing requirements, and culminating with the recent emergence of the “nearly zero energy” buildings concept, as described in the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive1. However, these standards are mainly focused on new buildings...

Report

19 Mar 2017

The renovation of the existing building stock represents a huge potential in actions to mitigate climate change, not only by the improvement of the overall energy performance of the built environment but also by the reduction of resource depletion and minimization of waste production related...

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