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Sustainable Housing in Mexico  
Date: 07-09-17
The residential, public and commercial buildings are responsible for approximately 15% of Mexico’s total energy consumption. In 2012, the National Housing Commission CONAVI developed the world’s…  
Promotion of Bioenergy and Biogas  
Date: 07-09-17
The energetic use of biomass is a key tool in efforts to mitigate climate change. The International Climate Initiative (IKI) has been supporting biogas projects in a number of countries, including…  
Supporting innovative Technologies: Concentrated Solar Power (CSP)  
Date: 07-09-17
Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) is an innovative technology that countries with appropriate solar conditions can use to decarbonise their economic development. Through the International Climate…  
Renewable Energy Investments: Mobilizing Private and Public Investments against Climate Change  
Date: 07-09-17
Renewable energies are widely considered to be the most important pillar in efforts to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions globally. To evaluate progress in transitioning to a low-carbon economy, the…  
Jeffrey's Bay Wind Farm in Eastern Cape Province  
Date: 07-09-17
Renewable energy and energy efficiency have played a central role in the International Climate Initiative (IKI) since its inception in 2008. The IKI supports more than 100 renewable energy and…  
Saving Energy by Replacing Inefficient Energy Systems – New Pathways towards Energy Efficiency in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises  
Date: 07-09-17
Across the world, large numbers of small and medium-sized supermarkets, restaurants and other commercial businesses rely on refrigeration technology and other electrical appliances. These are…  
Energetic Use of Palm Oil Residues in Indonesia and Thailand  
Date: 07-09-17
The energetic use of biomass is one of the key measures used in efforts to mitigate climate change. Vast supplies of agricultural residues make Southeast Asia one of the most important regions in…  
From Fossil Fuels to Renewable Energies – Transforming the Energy Sector on Islands  
Date: 07-09-17
Small Island Development States (SIDS) share characteristics that make them especially vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Many SIDS are still heavily dependent on imported fossil fuels for…  
Global Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Fund: Addressing Climate Change with Equity Investments  
Date: 07-09-17
Perceived high risk, lack of upfront capital and high transaction costs are keeping away private sector investments in emerging economies. GEEREF is a pioneer climate finance initiative…  
Promotion of a Carbon-Neutral Water Sector  
Date: 07-09-17
The water sector is highly vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Droughts, intense rainfall and mudslides affect drinking water and wastewater services, decreasing the availability and…