CLASP and SEAD transform the global market for efficient appliances.
APEC ESIS provides and streamlines exchange of S&L information.
2013 saw major successes under each CLASP program, through close collaboration with the world’s best experts and most forward-thinking policymakers in our field.
Victor brings three years of accounting experience to CLASP’s Operations team.
Global LEAP of the Clean Energy Ministerial increases energy access by identifying the world’s best low-voltage DC appliances and promoting them to global markets.
Initial SEAD analysis suggests that the ECOWAS region could save 60 terawatt hours (TWh) of electricity per year by 2030 by adopting best practice efficiency standards.
Use our S&L Database and Economy Profiles to learn about energy efficiency standards and labeling programs across countries and regions.
Use our Policy Analysis Modeling System (PAMS) to estimate the energy savings and monetary costs of implementing local minimum efficiency performance standards.
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