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COP24 Magazine - Mainstreaming energy efficiency experience by Josué Tanaka, Managing Director EBRD

Wednesday, 12 December 2018 14:30

This year's COP 24 Magazine by AOB and IPEEC features an article from Josué Tanaka, Managing Director, Operational Strategy and Planning, Energy Efficiency and Climate Change (EBRD). In this article titled Maintreaming Energy Efficiency, the experience of the EBRD, M. Tanaka reminds us of the importance of energy efficiency investments in tackling climate change. He also presents EBRD's successful model bundling financing, technical assistance, and grants when needed, to overcome market barriers. Over the past decade, EBRD has invested €22 billion in energy efficiency projects throughout the EBRD regions. 

 

To view the 2018 COP24 EE magazine by AOB, click here

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