Mirka della Cava, Rose Mutiso, and Hilary McMahon have all recently joined the CLASP board, bringing with them deep and cross-sectoral expertise. Each has an exceptional history of work in energy effi
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
Shifting to a new generation of high-efficiency air conditioners using low global warming potential refrigerants could reduce global greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 98 Gt of CO2e by 2050.
Efficiency for Access, in collaboration with the Energy Access Practitioner Network, recently conducted an online survey of energy access professionals to assess the demand and impact potential of 46
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
A recent Lighting Global analysis demonstrates that a rigorous quality assurance framework – which includes product testing and quality standards – remains essential to the health of the off-grid mark
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,
The Global LEAP Off-Grid Cold Chain Challenge and UK Aid announced 10 finalists to deploy their energy-efficient, sustainable, and cost-effective technologies that can meet the cold storage requiremen
CLASP hosted the Kenya Room Air Conditioner and Refrigerator Energy Efficiency Workshop in Nairobi, Kenya from August 13 - 15. The three-day workshop brought together stakeholders from Kenyan governme
Recently, CLASP was featured in a Chronicle of Philanthropy article that discusses the relationship between philanthropy and non-profits -- the complexities, challenges, and the potential. In this art