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Post date: 29 Nov 2012
Type: Enlace

A second round of grants is now being offered in the following programs:
Post date: 21 Nov 2012
Type: Noticias

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Post date: 11 Jul 2012
Type: Noticias

The cost implications of improving the energy efficiency of appliances is a vital input for those involved in developing sustainable energy policies. Residential appliances contribute 30% of all electricity generated in OECD countries, producing 12% of all energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. They are the second largest consumer of electricity and the third largest emitter of greenhouse gas emissions in the OECD. By 2020 it is estimated that residential appliance electricity consumption will have grown by 25% compared to current levels (OECD/IEA, 2003).
Post date: 6 Jul 2012
Type: Publication

The Australian Government has established the $200 million Community Energy Efficiency Program to work with councils and community organisations to implement energy efficiency measures across diverse local communities.The government has announced the successful applicants under Round One of the Community Energy Efficiency Program. Over $42 million will be distributed to 63 recipients including local councils and non-profit community organisations.
Post date: 6 Jul 2012
Type: Noticias

The Centre offers the Building Energy Efficiency Policies database (BEEP). Policy-makers, practitioners, industry and researchers from all over the world will be able to access this database and look at effective policies which are being implemented. These policies include:
Post date: 28 Mayo 2012
Type: Noticias

The Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, on behalf of the Energy Efficiency Working Group of the Select Council on Climate Change, has released a Draft Framework which proposes initiatives for public comment. Supporting consultancy reports have also been released. Comments are welcomed on the Draft Framework until 6 July 2012. Consultation forums on the Draft Framework are also being held in all capital cities in May and June. 
Post date: 28 Mayo 2012
Type: Noticias

The report’s major findings for 2011 include: • 29.7 GW of PV systems were connected to the grid in 2011, up from 16.8 GW in 2010; in terms of installed systems the estimated numbers are a minimum of 24.7 GW in 2011, up from a maximum of 21.8 GW in 2010 • With approximately 70 GW cumulative global installations, PV is now, after hydro and wind power, the third most important renewable energy source in terms of globally installed capacity
Post date: 22 Mayo 2012
Type: Publication

www.ecbcs.org/newsletters/index.htm This edition features articles on -
Post date: 14 Mayo 2012
Type: Noticias