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CLASP and the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves (the Alliance), with partner Kantar Public Ghana, are supporting the Ghana Energy Commission (GEC) in the development of a cookstoves performance lab
Lighting accounts for 15% of global electricity consumption and 5% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Accelerating the transition to energy efficient lighting could be one of the most significant sho
This first in the world QR code energy label offers access to useful product information for consumers and other stakeholders In June 2016, China launched a fully digitized China Energy Label, newly
06 December 2016

Forecast on Cooling

Air conditioning (AC) units in use around the world are expected to triple by 2050. Slowly, global markets are shifting to more energy efficient ACs, but CLASP is working to accelerate that trend. For
Since 2012, India has launched several major efficient lighting initiatives. With CLASP support, India’s Bureau of Energy Efficiency developed the world’s first standards for LEDs in 2012 and LED stre
The approach takes into account the economic realities of markets while putting the planet’s finite resources at the forefront. The European Commission adopted an ambitious Circular Economy Policy Pac
A new 10-minute video intended to serve as an HDR test sequence and to function as an alternative to the IEC 62087 test sequence. CLASP's Europe program has developed a new ten-minute test video which
On June 1, 2016, the China Leading Energy Efficiency Program (LEP) published a new energy label logo. LEP is the first nationwide program focusing on promoting energy efficient products since the conc