To increase end-use efficiency and reduce losses in power generation, transmission and distribution, Brazil adopted an appliance labeling program in 1984. With assistance from Programa Nacional de Conservação de Energia Elétrica (PROCEL, the National Energy Conservation Program), the federal government has taken steps towards establishing a formal regulatory framework for energy efficiency standards and labeling.
There are 49 Policies related to Brazil in the S&L Database
CLASP Presents on AC Policy Opportunities for Brazil
On March 25, CLASP participated in the “International Conference – Perspectives for Energy Efficiency Improvement in the Brazilian Air Conditioner Market” in Rio de Janeiro. The Instituto Clima e Soci...
CLASP launches 'Cooling in a Warming World' e-magazine
We are entering a new era in which hundreds of millions of people in developing and emerging economies have the economic means to purchase air conditioners, and will therefore enjoy the benefits of co...