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).
  • 20 November 2006

    Comparative Test of 14 Most Popular Brands of CFLs Available in India

    The objective of this testing was to establish the quality of CFL lamp brands, and rate them according to their performance, one of the most important test parameters being the life duration of the CFL lamp.

  • 06 November 2006

    Cooperative Climate: Energy Efficiency Action in East Asia

    The purpose of this book is to identify a promising modality of energy efficiency cooperation within East Asia. Energy efficiency is of interest to all countries in the region, and a key pillar for climate change mitigation. In order to explore cooperation opportunities in greater detail, international research experts collaborated for one year.

  • 26 October 2006

    EPA Voluntary Programs Cut Emissions and Save Consumers Billions

    Highlights of the report, "Energy Star and Other Climate Protection Partnerships 2005 Annual Report" include savings from the government's Energy Star program. Americans, with the help of Energy Star, avoided greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to those from 23 million automobiles in 2005 up from 20 million in 2004 while saving about $12 billion on their energy bills.

  • 15 October 2006

    Final Reports on Japan's Top Runner Target Product Standards

    These are the Energy Conservation Center Japan (ECCJ)'s preliminary translations of Final Reports on "Developing the World's Best Energy-Efficient Appliances" (Japan's "Top Runner" Standard).

  • 25 July 2006

    CLASP China Case Study

    CLASP, with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) as its primary Implementing Partner, has helped China implement a robust energy efficiency standards and labeling program (S&L) that includes minimum standards, voluntary energy labeling, and a residential energy consumption survey. China's S&L program has transformed several product markets, improved the nation's economic efficiency, and accelerated the pace of China's GHG mitigation.