Review Past Webinars

13 December 2013
Policies That Work: How Vehicle Standards and Fuel Fees Can Cut CO2 Emissions and Boost the Economy

Presentation of policies intended to improve the energy efficiency of passenger vehicles

11 December 2013
Financing Urban Transportation Policies and Programs

Discussion of low-carbon urban mobility plans with a focus on planning and financing sustainable, low-carbon urban transportation

10 December 2013
Getting Building Codes Right: Lessons Learned on the Road to a Performance-Based Approach

Focus on the importance of adopting a performance-based approach to energy code design to achieve ambitious energy targets

10 December 2013
Open Source Energy System Modelling with OSeMOSYS

Training on OSeMOSYS, an open-source systems optimization model for long-term energy planning that can be used to inform the development of local, national and multi-regional energy strategies

10 December 2013
Financing Urban Transportation Policies and Programs

A webinar intended for city-level officials and technical staff that addresses national urban transport policies and programs for financing, financing practices currently in place, and two major models of financing schemes.

5 December 2013
Smart Grids Model Region Salzburg

Introduction to the Salzburg Model Region Programme, including key findings from the Programme’s 12 projects

4 December 2013
Improving Energy Access through Energy Efficiency

the role energy efficiency can play in improving energy access. Panelists discussed the implementation and results of national policies in Mexico, as well as highlights from projects implemented by the World Bank and the United Nations’ Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) initiative, which aims to make sustainable energy for all a reality by 2030

3 December 2013
India's Super-Efficient Equipment Program: SEEP

Exploration of SEEP, including its rationale, features, benefits, design and status, as well as lessons learned while developing the program

20 November 2013
Jumpstarting Combined Heat and Power Initiatives in the United States

Exploration of how federal and state governments can lead promotion efforts to increase the use of combined heat and power (CHP)

13 November 2013
Getting Building Codes Right: The Importance of Long-Term Energy Targets and Frequent Revision Cycles

Investigation of the importance of setting ambitious energy targets and ensuring systematic and regular updates of building codes in light of long-term targets