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Advancing energy efficiency in G20 economies. Final report june 2018.

By: G20 Energy Transitions Working Group (ETWG).
Contributor(s): International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation (IPEEC).
Publisher: ETWG, 2018Description: 25 p.Subject(s): Eficiencia Energética | Desarrollo Sostenible | G20DDC classification: 354.43 Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online Summary: Under the motto Building consensus for fair and sustainable development, Argentina’s G20 Presidency will address three new themes: the future of work; infrastructure for development, with enhanced engagement with private sector to reduce the infrastructure deficit; and sustainable food future by improving soils and increasing productivity. G20 economies, through the Energy Transitions Working Group (ETWG), are working together to ensure their respective energy transitions towards cleaner, more flexible and transparent systems. In this context, energy efficiency represents an essential pillar to the G20’s efforts in facilitating these transitions, in particular in securing a more sustainable energy future in a cost-effective manner.
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Under the motto Building consensus for fair and sustainable development, Argentina’s G20 Presidency will address three new themes: the future of work; infrastructure for development, with enhanced engagement with private sector to reduce the infrastructure deficit; and sustainable food future by improving soils and increasing productivity. G20 economies, through the Energy Transitions Working Group (ETWG), are working together to ensure their respective energy transitions towards cleaner, more flexible and transparent systems. In this context, energy efficiency represents an essential pillar to the G20’s efforts in facilitating these transitions, in particular in securing a more sustainable energy future in a cost-effective manner.

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