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    Friday, June 03, 2022

    EU Push For Energy Efficiency Takes The Main Stage

    Why the IEA’s 7th Annual Global Conference on Energy Efficiency is more relevant than ever; Highest ministerial presence in the history of the conference

    May 26, 2022 (Danfoss via Zawya)

    “…World leaders from government and industry will meet in the southern Denmark city of Sønderborg in early June for the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) 7th Annual Global Conference on Energy Efficiency [with private sector support from global engineering firm Danfoss] at a time when energy efficiency solutions have never been more relevant, and needed…The focus of the conference will be to discuss how international ambition on energy efficiency can be translated into faster and stronger real-world progress. This comes at a particularly critical time, as governments ramp up ambitious plans to tackle the climate crisis and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, while concurrently strengthening energy security…

    …[The highest ministerial presence ever for this 7 June to 9 June conference will] focus on how international ambition and collaboration on energy efficiency [enabled by new technology] can provide much-needed progress towards carbon neutral and low carbon economies…[by halting] needless energy waste across industry, transport, construction and existing buildings…

    …[I]f the world is to meet climate goals to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees above pre-industrial levels, energy efficiency measures must be called on to deliver a large, worldwide reduction in emissions…[Since 2007, the municipality of Sønderborg] has been collaborating with local companies with the aim to reduce emissions. In 2020, the municipality reached the important milestone of having reduced CO2 with more than half…[and] is on course to reach carbon neutrality in its energy systems by 2029, 20 years ahead of the rest of Denmark…” click here for more


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