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The International Energy Agency estimates that energy efficiency can provide 40% of the solution to reach the Paris climate commitments. But energy efficiency remains chronically underfunded – a lost opportunity that is becoming increasingly more costly. Meanwhile, advances in information and communications technologies, greater distributed renewable energy, and innovations in business models are disrupting energy markets and the efficiency sector as we know it.
This all points to the need to transform our view of energy efficiency.
During this breakfast briefing, the Alliance to Save Energy will launch the Active Efficiency Collaborative, a new initiative that challenges leaders in the energy community to re-imagine the dialogue around energy efficiency. The Alliance will propose a new concept – Active Efficiency – that promotes a more comprehensive vision of energy efficiency and allows us to rethink how we use energy well in a digitized and systems-oriented world. Leaders from the public and private sector will discuss the role that innovative energy management will play in addressing the climate crisis and policies that will allow us to unleash the myriad benefits of Active Efficiency.
Russell Senate Office Building, Kennedy Caucus Room
Russell Senate Office Building