New data on the Indonesian appliance market and usage among households highlight the potential benefits of building on the country’s energy efficiency policy framework to support markets for high-qual
The Global LEAP Awards test method for off-grid refrigerators assesses product performance and quality. This story gives insights into how the CLASP team and our partners developed the test method. R
A new report by the Swedish Energy Agency and CLASP shows that eliminating three common fluorescent bulbs from European markets would significantly reduce toxic mercury pollution, while also reducing
Over the past two years, CLASP has supported the Kenyan government to revise energy efficiency policies for cooling appliances, e.g. refrigerators and room air conditioners. The new AC policy, in addi
Kenya, the largest and most advanced economy in East Africa, is facing rising concerns over climate change. The government has announced the Big Four Agenda, as part of Kenya Vision 2030, an ambitious
In celebration of CLASP's 20th anniversary, each month we profile one of our incredible team members. This month, we sat down with Matt Malinowski who joined CLASP in April.
Matt, tell us about your p
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
Europe took another step forward in embracing energy efficient lighting when the EU banned the sale of non-directional halogen lamps on September 1, 2018. This policy measure will facilitate consumers
New policy for commercial and industrial AC systems will substantially reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions.
On September 14, India’s Ministry of Power announced a major energy efficiency polic
In 2007, when Kenya’s presidential election turned deadly, western Kenya faced the brunt of the violence. Riots left 1,500 people dead and over half a million displaced.
Dorine Adhiambo, her husband,