Energy Gap a Consumer’s Problem

Like It or Not, the Energy Gap is becoming a Consumer’s Problem

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Like It or Not, the Energy Gap is becoming a Consumer’s Problem While energy efficiency is extremely important, today’s energy landscape requires us to look at the bigger picture. Energy Efficiency Alone is not Enough Energy Efficiency is extremely important but it’s only part of the solution. Why? Energy efficiency saves money but employing energy efficiency alone […]

Energy Efficiency Alone is Not Enough

Energy Efficiency Alone is Not Enough

Posted on Posted in Energy, Resilience, Strategy

40 years ago, in response to energy crises, energy efficiency (EE) measures were introduced to mitigate petroleum production shortages and associated skyrocketing fuel costs. When the crises ended, the perceived value of EE declined. Fast-forward to the 21st century where climate change and resource depletion can no longer be ignored. Consequently, the magnitude and scale […]

Energy Efficiency and the Human Factor

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Climate change and energy efficiency has emerged as one of the most important energy and economic policy issues of the 21st century.  Energy efficiency has been commonly accepted as an attractive approach to reducing GHG emissions and as response to the resources depletion. Although energy efficiency had been recognized and energy efficiency measures applied in […]