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Energy efficiency networks. Towards good practices and guidelines for effective policies to stimulate energy efficiency. Working paper.

Por: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
Colaborador(es): International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation (IPEEC).
Editor: Paris: OECD, IPEEC, 2017Descripción: 38 p.Tema(s): Conservación de la Energía | Eficiencia EnergéticaClasificación CDD: 354.43 Recursos en línea: Haga clic para acceso en línea | Haga clic para acceso en línea Resumen: Energy efficiency is a crucial pillar of the global energy transition and should be considered a priority measure in achieving the goal of building and reinforcing resilient energy systems that are economically and ecologically sustainable. This report summarises key findings from the workshop on the benefits of energy efficiency networks (EENs), key challenges and elements of success, and provides a basic toolkit for consideration by policy makers and industry to scale up EENs.
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Energy efficiency is a crucial pillar of the global energy transition and should be considered a priority measure in achieving the goal of building and reinforcing resilient energy systems that are economically and ecologically sustainable. This report summarises key findings from the workshop on the benefits of energy efficiency networks (EENs), key challenges and elements of success, and provides a basic toolkit for consideration by policy makers and industry to scale up EENs.

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