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Energy Efficiency in Transport Successes and Failures - 14 April, 2015

April 14, 2015 | 10:00 AM | Webinar

For those of you interested in energy efficient transport, below is information on a free webinar by Enerdata and the Clean Energy Solutions Center. You can register here. Please note it starts at 4 pm Central European Summer Time, which is 10 am Eastern Daylight Time.








Enerdata, in partnership with Clean Energy Solutions Center,
  is hosting a no-cost, webinar-based training on transportation energy

  The webinar will consist of three parts:
    • Energy consumption and energy efficiency trends in
             transport in G20 countries
    • Major policies implemented in the EU and other G20
    • The role of the different drivers, mainly in the case
             of EU countries.
The presentations will be followed by an interactive Q&A session with the audience.


    Webinar starts at 4:00 p.m. CEST



  Transport is widely recognized as one of the most difficult sectors for
  improving energy efficiency and slowing energy demand growth, as part of the
  problem goes beyond energy efficiency policy measures. Most G20 countries
  have focused so far on improving the energy efficiency of cars. While in many
  OECD countries transport energy demand has been decreasing, partly because of
  these measures and partly because of the economic downturn, in emerging
  countries transport energy demand is still growing rapidly, driven by the
  increase in traffic of goods and passengers and a modal shift to road

  The purpose of this webinar is to review the various policy measures
  implemented in the transport sector (such as minimum energy performance
  standards, labels and promotion of modal shifts) within the European Union
  and in G20 countries and to relate them to energy demand growth and energy
  efficiency improvements.


14 April 2015

  4:00 p.m. CEST


















About Clean Energy Solutions Center:

    The Solutions Center, an initiative of the Clean Energy Ministerial, helps
    governments and policy experts design and implement clean energy policies
    by providing no-cost expert assistance, training, policy reports, data, and
    tools. To learn more about the Solutions Center and how it can assist in
    meeting countries' clean energy policy objectives, please visit
    cleanenergysolutions.org and follow us on social media.




About Enerdata:

    Enerdata is an independent Research & Consulting firm with over 30
    years of experience specialising in the global energy and carbon markets.
    Leveraging advanced forecasting models and quantitative databases, Enerdata
    brings innovative expertise to address complex political, economic and
    financial issues.



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