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CTCN webinar: Energy efficiency policies, regulations and programs

This webinar is organized by the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN), a member of LEDS GP.

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This webinar, from the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) and Econoler, offers a global view of how energy efficiency policies and regulations (including energy building codes and Standards & Labels for efficient appliances and equipment) foster the development of a low carbon economy by removing inefficient products from the market and allowing governments and stakeholders a more efficient monitoring of the scope and pace of Energy Efficiency introduction into local markets.

About the presenter

Mr. Louis Dorval-Douville is an international energy efficiency specialist and project director at Econoler (Canada). A mechanical engineer by training, his experience covers many areas of energy efficiency, such as the delivery and evaluation of energy audits, measurement and verification of energy savings, monitoring and targeting of energy consumption, development and assessment of energy efficiency programs, and the development of innovating business models used to finance energy efficiency projects. His expertise also covers the following fields: renewable energy, sustainable development, energy service companies (ESCOs), bidding processes for energy efficiency projects, carbon finance, development of building codes for energy efficiency, energy performance standards and energy labelling systems for various electrical appliances.

About Econoler

Econoler is a private sector consulting firm established in 1981 in Canada with the mission to provide quality energy efficiency and renewable energy professional services while respecting sustainable development principles. Econoler is specialized in energy efficiency and has 35 years of experience in this field of expertise, with around 4 000 projects conducted in close to 130 countries in the world, in all regions.

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Image credit: Dominic Chavez/ World Bank

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