This tool provides an analysis of a building's energy consumption to assess compliance with Part L (England & Wales), Section 6 (Scotland), and Part F (Northern Ireland) of Building Regulations and eventually for building performance certification for the Energy Performance of Buildings Dire
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This website describes a project to reduce energy consumption in buildings through the adoption of new standards based on international best practices for energy efficiency technologies and renewable energy use by the Chinese government.
This report explores the cost and benefit effects of renewable energy (RE) expansion in the German power and heat sector.
This European Commission communication to the European Parliament and Council concludes that moving towards a low carbon economy needs new technology to be conceived, tested, and then deployed. Public and private investment in energy technology development has to increase substantially.
This is the first Energy Efficiency Strategy for South Africa. It is the first consolidated Governmental document geared toward the development and implementation of energy efficiency practices in this country.
Energy Saving Trust is an online database that allows consumers to compare the energy efficiency of various white goods and appliances. The database has a labeling scheme for more efficient products and appliances within the United Kingdom.
This report is one of a series of Carbon Trust documents aimed at educating the public on energy efficiency in commercial buildings.
This free online software tool helps users analyze energy use and savings opportunities in industrial compressed air systems. It includes English and metric and unit measurements.
This quarterly newsletter for the U.S. Department of Energy's Industrial Technologies Program, provides in-depth articles to help industry professionals save energy, reduce costs and increase productivity.
The China Energy Conservation Investment Corporation (CECIC), with international technical assistance from Energy Resources International, conducted a cogeneration market assessment that analysed current and projected market demand and barriers, and this report will be used to help China develop