Energy efficiency


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Energy efficiency

Measures advanced industrial processes and high-efficiency motors, lighting, and appliances that have the potential to provide significant reductions in electricity use.
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Improvements in energy efficiency not only help the global environment, they also offer considerable economic value.
According to the IEA report, innovative new products and standards are helping to overcome risks in the global energy efficiency market, which is estimated to be worth at least USD310bn annually.
The competition for preparation of best business plan is part of the activities within the frames of the Platform on energy efficiency organized by EVN and the Ministry of Economy.
According to the EEIF, financing is key to energy efficiency policy making.
Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships (NEEP) is a regional nonprofit organization founded in 1996 whose mission is to promote energy efficiency in homes, buildings and industry in the Northeast U.
Hatcher often works with administrators to dispel the notion they should wait for grant money before doing an energy efficiency improvement.
While HERS inspections can cost as much as $400, the projected savings from energy efficiency are considered part of the borrower's income and can help homebuyers qualify for larger mortgages.
He says a fundamental way to increase energy efficiency is to sort and stage the material before baling.
gov/bestpractices or call the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Information Center at 1 877 337-3463.
Subrato Chandra, project director for the Department of Energy's Building American Industrialized Housing Partnership at the Florida Solar Energy Center, says much of the interest in energy efficiency stems from the threat of lawsuits over health problems attributed to mold [see "Mold Insurance: Crafting Coverage for a Spreading Problem," p.
The minimum energy efficiency standard for clothes washers will become more stringent in 2004 and again in 2007.
In New York state, some companies have paid more than $1 million in demand-side management surcharges in a single year, while receiving almost no energy efficiency subsidies.

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