Energy efficiency


  • Promoting energy efficiency investments

    Yet, various market barriers inhibit energy efficiency improvements in existing buildings and result in energy savings that are significantly lower than potentials... Policies that may help to overcome financial barriers to improving energy efficiency in existing residential buildings are the focus of this study
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  • Promote energy efficiency of SMEs in Turkey

    Promote energy efficiency of SMEs in Turkey... However, up to now, national energy efficiency programs have been mainly focusing on big industrial consumers. Lack of awareness among economic stakeholders, high cost of energy audits and feasibility studies and lack of accurate financial mechanisms remain the main obstacles to implement energy efficiency policy among SMEs
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  • Energy efficiency in SMEs

    Energy efficiency in SMEs... Following its signature in 2011, project KOBIENVER for the technical assistance to KOSGEB regarding the implementation of its strategy to support energy efficiency in SMEs showed some significant progress on several components
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  • Supporting energy efficiency thanks to an innovative financial model - EESL

    Supporting energy efficiency thanks to an innovative financial model- EESL... Energy consumption is expected to double by 2035. In 2010, a comprehensive strategy was adopted, the National Mission for Enhanced Energy Efficiency... Despite the potential in India, most project initiators (industries, companies, municipalities) have not yet managed to implement large-scale energy efficiency projects, because they lack the technical capacities to do so and/or do not have a sufficient structure to borrow money to make this type of investment
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  • Energy Efficiency Programme

    Energy Efficiency Programme. AFD is contributing to an ambitious multi-tranche facility on energy efficiency, led by Asian Development Bank (ADB)
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  • Support to Turkish SMEs for energy efficiency and small-scale renewable energy projects

    Support to Turkish SMEs for energy efficiency and small-scale renewable energy projects... The first law on energy efficiency passed in 2007, confirming the importance of this issue in Turkey... Investments needed to reach this economy potential are significant and mid- term to long-term financing sources are necessary to foster energy efficiency
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  • Turkey energy efficiency and climate change program: mid-term review

    Turkey energy efficiency and climate change program: mid- term review... According to a mid- term report, Energy Efficiency and Climate Change has installed more than 500 MW of renewable energy, reducing energy consumption by more than 1500 GWh / year and emissions CO ² over two million tons per year
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  • Promoting energy efficiency in Indian for small and medium-sized enterprises - SIDBI

    Promoting energy efficiency in Indian for small and medium-sized enterprises- SIDBI. This project supports the sustainable growth of Indian SMEs via energy efficiency or renewable energy generation projects for on-site consumption financed by Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI)... However, return on investment for energy efficiency is not valued by industries or financial institutions, which are generally reluctant to finance this type of investment
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  • Green Credit Line : Providing the commercial banks with an incentive to explore the renewable energy and energy efficiency markets

    Providing the commercial banks with an incentive to explore the renewable energy and energy efficiency markets... Three main causes can be identified: the importance of the industry sector to its GDP, the dominance of coal in its energy balance (71 % of primary energy consumed, 93 % of electricity produced) and finally the generally low degree of energy efficiency (industry, housing, transport, electricity) resulting from low energy prices (electricity distributed in South Africa is amongst the cheapest in the world) and the abundance of coal resources, which does not encourage energy conservation
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  • Green Credit Line : Providing the commercial banks with an incentive to explore the renewable energy and energy efficiency markets

    Providing the commercial banks with an incentive to explore the renewable energy and energy efficiency markets... Three main causes can be identified: the importance of the industry sector to its GDP, the dominance of coal in its energy balance (71 % of primary energy consumed, 93 % of electricity produced) and finally the generally low degree of energy efficiency (industry, housing, transport, electricity) resulting from low energy prices (electricity distributed in South Africa is amongst the cheapest in the world) and the abundance of coal resources, which does not encourage energy conservation
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