Publication Library

Browse CLASP's publications by date of publication, or use the dropdown menus below to narrow your search to an economy and/or topic.

  • Economies include countries and select regions;
  • Topics include appliances (e.g., air conditioners) and research topics (e.g., harmonization, case studies, or incentives).
  • 03 June 2016

    Demand DC: Accelerating the Adoption of DC in the Home

    In this paper we provide a glimpse into a more energy efficient, reliable, and secure energy future, one in which generation, storage, distribution, and consumption of electricity in the home is increasingly – though by no means entirely – based in DC.

  • 19 April 2016

    Cost Benefit of Improving the Efficiency of Room ACs in India

    This report presents an analysis of the cost and benefit of improving efficiency of air conditioners in India, based on a bottom-up engineering analysis of key AC components such as compressors and heat exchangers.

  • 19 April 2016

    The State of the Global Off-Grid Appliance Market

    The report presents a data-driven analysis of the current and potential scale of the global off-grid appliance market, as well as a discussion of barriers to the development of this market. It draws on input provided by a wide range of market stakeholders, from manufacturers and industry representatives to technical experts, policymakers, and other researchers.

  • 22 February 2016

    Policy Opportunities for More Efficient Residential Water Heating

    Based on the results of policy review and gap analysis, this study recommends stronger and more coherent policies for all three economies analyzed. However, the precise policies recommended vary by economy.

  • 31 January 2016

    Mapping & Benchmarking of General Service Lamps

    This study of general services lamps (GSL) will assist policymakers, program managers, and other stakeholders who are working to transition national and regional markets from inefficient incandescent and halogen lighting toward more energy efficient, cost effect alternatives including compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) and light-emitting diode-based lamps (LED).