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This chapter presents background information on the potential for energy efficiency, global energy efficiency investment gaps, and market barriers that cause the gaps. The chapter also reports on efforts that have been pursued to close the gaps. These efforts include government policies and measures, capacity-building and enabling activities, technology transfer and deployment, and incremental costs and co-finance. Historic trends and key issues of global energy efficiency considered by international organizations are also reviewed. Finally, this chapter discusses how the Global Environment Facility (GEF) has addressed these trends and considered key issues while financing energy efficiency projects in developing countries over the past 20 years.
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