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This paper uses LBNL (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)’s BUENAS (Bottom-Up Energy Analysis System) model to forecast demand reductions from energy efficiency in a major developing country – Indonesia. The resulting analysis finds that peak load may increase 3 times in Indonesia over the next 20 years in the business-as-usual case, primarily driven by space cooling with an important component from lighting and refrigerators. Applying BUENAS efficiency scenarios of cost-effective potential and best available technology indicates a potential peak load reduction of 13% and 37% in 2030, respectively.
This report attempts to shed light on the global landscape and enable meaningful comparisons at a macro-level which are helpful and necessary to policymakers in the development of sound and optimized energy efficiency policies.
Numerous countries use taxpayer funds to subsidize residen- tial electricity for a variety of socio-economic objectives. These subsidies lower the value of energy efficiency to the consumer while raising it for the government.
The objective of this report is to assess the test procedures and minimum energy performance standards (MEPS) for compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) and light emitting diode (LED) lamps across multiple regions including: Africa, Asia-Pacific, China, Europe, India, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America.
This report presents findings of an extensive investigation of the energy efficiency standards and labelling programs in place in China, the EU, India, Japan, and the USA.