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26.05.2018 | Original Article

Modeling on building sector’s carbon mitigation in China to achieve the 1.5 °C climate target

The ambitious goal of limiting end-of-century temperature rise relative to pre-industry level below 1.5 °C will offer both great challenges and opportunities in terms of curbing energy use and CO2 emissions for the building sector of China. This …

25.05.2018 | Original Article

Tracking economy-wide energy efficiency using LMDI: approach and practices

Various national and international agencies have developed and reported accounting systems to track progress in energy efficiency improvements. Most of these energy efficiency accounting systems (EEAS) are based on index decomposition analysis and …

21.05.2018 | Original Article Open Access

The potential contribution of disruptive low-carbon innovations to 1.5 °C climate mitigation

This paper investigates the potential for consumer-facing innovations to contribute emission reductions for limiting warming to 1.5 °C. First, we show that global integrated assessment models which characterise transformation pathways consistent …

13.05.2018 | Original Article

Exploring the complexities of energy retrofit in mixed tenure social housing: a case study from England, UK

Article 19 of the Energy Efficiency Directive requires EU member states to address split incentives for energy efficiency between the multiple owners of buildings. But, building governance has been relatively neglected by researchers and policy …

10.05.2018 | Research Article Open Access

Achievability of the Paris targets in the EU—the role of demand-side-driven mitigation in different types of scenarios

With the Paris target of limiting global warming to well below 2 °C until 2100, at best even 1.5 °C, the question arises what this implies for the EU’s mitigation targets and strategies. In this article, the reduction of carbon intensities and …

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The journal Energy Efficiency covers wide-ranging aspects of energy efficiency in the residential, tertiary, industrial and transport sectors. Coverage includes a number of different topics and disciplines including energy efficiency policies at local, regional, national and international levels; long term impact of energy efficiency; technologies to improve energy efficiency; consumer behavior and the dynamics of consumption; socio-economic impacts of energy efficiency measures; energy efficiency as a virtual utility; transportation issues; building issues; energy management systems and energy services; energy planning and risk assessment; energy efficiency in developing countries and economies in transition; non-energy benefits of energy efficiency and opportunities for policy integration; energy education and training, and emerging technologies. See Aims and Scope for more details.

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