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In an era of increased climate change and energy security concerns, coupled with rising demand, energy efficiency is widely recognized as a scalable, low cost route to reduce energy consumption.
While it is not a new concept and extensive efforts have been made across stakeholder groups to raise awareness and implement energy efficiency measures, measurable progress has remained limited.
The focus of this study was to identify where we are today, what is working well, what is not and to explore the role of each stakeholder group in pursuing energy efficiency to gauge why implementation to date has been so limited.
January 1, 2011
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