Appliance ownership and associated energy use in India have ballooned in recent decades, but accurately measuring this growth has proved difficult—until now.
In India – as in many countries – no data
In an exciting development for global clean energy access, and off-grid solar market development, the University of Nairobi Lighting Laboratory (UoN-LL) is now the first lab in Africa—and one of only
CLASP and the World Bank hosted the Launch Workshop on Opportunities for Higher Energy Efficient, Lower-Global Warming Potential Room Air-conditioning in the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam on May 7
In 2017, sweeping droughts in East Africa severely harmed farmers like Leah, who lives in Mogotio, Kenya. Her two cows barely produced enough milk for the family to drink, much less store or sell. Her
UK aid, USAID/Power Africa, Rockefeller Foundation, Shell Foundation, Good Energies Foundation, and more join together to promote energy efficient appliances as a powerful catalyst to clean energy acc
Cold chains manage the temperature of perishable goods from farm to table, maintaining quality and safety in the supply chain, reducing food loss and increasing food supplies.
The Food and Agriculture
In July, the European Commission approved a measure to revise the European appliance energy efficiency label back to the A-G scale, removing the +'s that confused consumers. In 2010, the European Comm
United 4 Efficiency (U4E) focuses primarily on developing and emerging economies, where electricity demand is set to more than double by 2030.Lighting accounts for 15% of total electricity consumpti
The Coalition’s work is meant to amplify India’s substantial progress developing and implementing cooling policies for the commercial and residential sectors
Recently, the Shakti Sustainable Energy Fo
In Pakistan, where fans are the primary cooling appliance, the sweltering summer months exacerbate peak energy demand—over 140 million Pakistanis either have no access to the grid or suffer up to 12 h