Étiqueté : energy demand

Does better information lead to better choices? Evidence from energy-efficiency labels

Information provision is a key element of government energy-efficiency policy, but the information that is provided is often too coarse to allow consumers to make efficient decisions. An important example is the ubiquitous yellow “EnergyGuide” label, which is required by law to be displayed on all major appliances sold in the United States…

Prospects for energy supply and demand in the Southern Mediterranean: scenarios for 2010–30

The aim of this CEPS technical report is to quantify alternative energy demand and supply scenarios for ten southern and eastern Mediterranean countries up to 2030. It presents the model-based results of four alternative scenarios that are broadly in line with the MEDPRO scenario specifications on regional integration and cooperation with the EU…

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