Energy Efficiency Has Moved to the Top of the Energy Agenda?

WEF_EE_report_2010Even the World Economic Forum[1] finally understands the benefits from improved EE (Energy Efficiency)… the report (pdf format).

The report covers the usual issues, so if you are looking for new content you would be disappointed. Although several industry leaders including US DOE Steven Chu provide some quotes which could be useful to help persuade your own CFO.

Whilst there is a plenty of talk, action needs to follow, Energy Efficiency is not a thing or product that can be bought, it’s  a process and persuading Asian CEO’s, management decision makers, and CFO’s to invest in a process is real the future.  Governments, for example United Kingdom have use the 10% carbon tax as one incentive to drive improvements. Yet whilst other governments still procrastinate, Asia’s would factory will keep producing the products for European and US consumers.

– John Herbert, Director

About John Herbert, REA

John has with more than 30 years of engineering experience gained across three continents and he is Registered Energy Assessor REA.
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