NewEnergyNews: Global Energy Efficiency Push Gains Momentum

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    Friday, June 24, 2022

    Global Energy Efficiency Push Gains Momentum

    Global energy body backs 2030 heat and buildings efficiency push

    Neil Merrett, 21 June 2022 (H&V News)

    “…Energy efficiency improvements in buildings and prioritising heat pumps over fossil fuel systems should be among the main priorities for global decarbonisation, says the International Energy Agency (IEA)…[G]lobal commitments to ramp up use of more efficient technologies and materials over this decade could significantly reduce carbon emissions…[and] could be delivered without compromising economic growth by focusing on moving to high efficiency solutions with regards to buildings, transportation and industry…

    …[A joint IEA member statement affirmed the significant environmental, economic and social benefits of early action on energy efficiency over the next decade…[Ramping up efficiency measures in line with the IEA Net Zero Emissions by 2050 Scenario (NZE) would double global energy intensity] from 2020 and 2030 to four per cent from the two per cent recorded between 2010—2020. Energy intensity rates are based on measuring energy use per unit of GDP…[That would make the global economy] one third more energy efficient by the end of the current decade…[and address] a range of pressing global challenges by ensuring a more secure, sustainable and affordable supply of power… click here for more

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