Organisation

International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation (IPEEC)

Literature review

Building energy performance gap issues: an international review

Building energy efficiency has been identified as a cost-effective opportunity to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions and a variety of policies are being implemented to harvest this efficiency potential. However, there are growing concerns about a gap between predicted or expected energy consumption...
Report

Accelerating energy efficiency progress in G20 economies

The energy agenda under the G20 Presidency of Japan focuses on the theme of “accelerating the virtuous circle of environmental protection and economic growth by innovation”. Through the Energy Transitions Working Group (ETWG) and Environment Senior Officials Meeting, G20 countries are working together to progress...
Presentation

Behavioural insights and climate change countermeasures: Ministry of the Environment (MOE), Japan

This presentation was delivered for the conference of Behaviour Change for Energy Efficiency: Opportunities for International Cooperation in the G20 and beyond, Paris.
Report

Zero energy building definitions and policy activity: an international review

Building energy efficiency policies are an important tool in addressing energy and climate policies. There has been tremendous technical and policy activity in recent years aimed toward improving building energy performance, with a focus on getting to very low energy buildings and targeting “zero” energy...
Fact sheet

Top ten 2018: Energy efficiency practices for the China buildings sector

The National Development and Reform Commission of China (NDRC) guided the China Quality Certification Center (CQC) to develop a China TOP TENs Best Energy Efficient Practices list to highlight energy savings practices for the China’s buildings sector. The list covers a broad range of building...