Potential gains from improving energy efficiency are substantial — not only in terms of saving energy and combating climate change, but also in terms of contributing to an array of other co-benefits, including improving human health and creating jobs. We asked Tim Farrell, Senior Advisor at the Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency, what works best when it comes to boosting energy efficiency. He stressed that targeted policy measures and sufficient resources to support implementation and compliance are among a number of critical ingredients for success.
This is the list of the top 50 documents world wide which can inform policy to do with building energy improvements for commercial building retrofits.Read more
This is the current list of the top 50 open resources world wide chosen by experts, as the resources can and should influence building policies toward better energy efficiency and environmental outcomes in design and construction.Read more