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The document sets out the equations necessary to calculate the star rating index for appliances that carry an energy label in Australia. Equations for new air conditioner and refrigerator algorithms from April 2010 are included.

Source: Australian Energy Efficient Strategies (EES) for the Equipment Energy Efficiency Committee (E3)
Date: May 2009

This webpage is designed to give hyperlinks providing specific information about Canada’s various energy efficiency programs for standardizing and labelling of domestic, commercial and industrial appliances.

Source: Natural Resources Canada

This document sets out practical guidance and technical details for energy efficiency labelling of air conditioners, refrigerating appliances, compact fluorescent lamps, washing machines and dehumidifiers in Hong Kong.

Source: Hong Kong Electrical and Mechanical Services Department

CLASP is an international non-profit organization that accelerates worldwide implementation of best-in-class appliance energy efficiency policies via technical and market analysis, strategic policy advice, and collaboration.

Source: Collaborative Labeling and Appliance Standards Program

Energy Star is a labelling program begun in the United States by the U.S.

Source: European Commission

This is the fourth in a series of guide books prepared for energy managers and auditors. It focuses on practical methods of assessing performance in the field. Chapters address furnaces, thermal power systems, electric motors, and other equipment.

Source: Indian Ministry of Power

This report is the first effort of the World Bank to contribute to a deeper understanding of 1) the integration of power generation and carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) technologies, as well as their costs; 2) regulatory barriers to the deployment of CCS; and 3) global financing requiremen

Source: The World Bank
Date: June 2011

This report compares carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) with other emissions mitigation options and assesses its potential. The report describes the challenges that a CCS strategy must overcome to reach market introduction by 2015 and achieve its full potential over the next 30-50 years.

Source: International Energy Agency
Date: January 2004

This report summarizes key learning points on carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) from Phase 5 of the International Energy Agency Greenhouse Gas Research and Development Program (IEAGHG).

Source: International Energy Agency
Date: January 2010

This report describes issues that should be considered during the financing stage of hydropower projects and offers suggestions and alternatives to aid in securing financing for small-scale hydropower projects.

Source: International Energy Agency
Date: March 2000