CLASP and Pakistan’s national and provincial energy efficiency agencies convened a workshop to kick off a multi-year engagement on appliance efficiency policy.
Pakistan is extremely susceptible to
India’s national nodal agency for energy conservation, the Bureau of Energy Efficiency, announced a revised policy on ceiling fans, effective from 1 August 2019.
Ceiling fans are among the fastest an
Recently, CLASP joined our partners in the energy efficiency community at the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (eceee) 2019 Summer Study on energy efficiency in Presqu'ile de Giens, Fr
Markets for off-grid appropriate appliances are nascent throughout much of the world. Manufacturers, development institutions, bulk procurers, policymakers and others often lack access to the data and
On May 10th, at the Dockmaster Building at D.C.’s District Wharf, past and current team, board members, and partners gathered to celebrate CLASP’s 20 years of impact. Founder and Board Chair Stephen W
The Global LEAP Awards Solar E-Waste Challenge recently closed after a two-month nomination period for innovations in solar e-waste management. The Solar E-Waste Challenge is an international competit
On 14 May, the Modern Energy Cooking Services (MECS) programme held a launch event at Strathmore University in Nairobi, Kenya. The £39.8 million MECS programme, run by Loughborough University and ESMA
“In 2018, CLASP continued its dual objective of mitigating catastrophic climate change and delivering sustainable energy services to the world’s poor,” explains CLASP CEO Christine Egan. Within the ne
On March 26, CLASP held the “Developing a Foundation for Compliance for the Standards and Labeling Program in Lao PDR” workshop in Vientiane, Lao PDR. The workshop launches CLASP’s collaboration with
Major moves in energy efficiency are occurring in India. We’re pleased to announce that the “India Cooling Action Plan” was released; microwaves are included for the first time in the Bureau of Energy