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).
  • 15 March 2006

    ELI Voluntary Technical Specifications

    The Efficient Lighting Initiative (ELI) program aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by increasing the use of energy-efficient lighting technologies. ELI operated through country- based programs in seven countries: Argentina, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Latvia, Peru, the Philippines, and South Africa

  • 17 February 2006

    Standards & Labeling Questionnaire

    This list of topics and preliminary questions are intended to solicit an initial sense of the information that is readily available in the market or that can be assembled with a minimum effort, such as meetings with stakeholders and collection of available information.

  • 06 October 2005

    Assessment of Proposed Motor Standards Supports Brazilian Regulations

    This study was commissioned in order to evaluate the Brazilian government's proposed target program for motors up to 250 HP and estimate the potential savings of mandatory standards for three-phase motors up to 500 HP, in consultation with the other Brazilian regulatory agencies, PROCEL and INMETRO.

  • 07 July 2005

    Regulatory Impact Statement - Proposal to Increase Australian MEPS for Room Air Conditioners

    This report was prepared by Syneca Consulting in February 2005 for the National Appliance and Equipment Energy Efficiency Committee (NAEEEC) and the Australian Greenhouse Office (AGO) as Report 2005/04. The proposals in this Regulatory Impact Statement (RIS) are supposed by a technical review of the minimum energy performance standards (MEPS) options and international MEPS levels (Report 2005/03) undertaken by EnergyConsult for NAEEEC.

  • 03 May 2005

    A Multi-Country Comparative Evaluation of Labeling Research

    Reports on work to date regarding label research. For organizational purposes, the paper splits the available research into four categories: (1) research to design a label from first principles; (2) research to inform an a priori label selection; (3) hybrids of the first two; and (4) research to amend an existing label.