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ADVANCED VERSION The transition of the global energy system is leading society towards an innovative future, offering an opportunity to transcend the current global economy in favour of a more sustainable one. Equal gender participation in this endeavour can help society leap to a future of technological advancement in the energy sector. This report analyzes key issues,
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Across the UNECE region, member States are facing unprecedented challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, geopolitical crises in the region, supply chain disruptions, and climate change impacts. These challenges have exposed the vulnerability of the UNECE energy systems and highlighted the urgent need to build more resilient energy systems. The UNECE Expert Community prepared a paper to help
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The multifaceted requirements of sustainable development depend primarily on the optimal and responsible use of natural resources. A new paradigm of natural resource production and use, including progressing towards a circular economy, is required to realise the need for the balanced development of natural resources. The United Nations Resource Management System (UNRMS) is a comprehensive,
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This publication calls for ambitious and bold action from governments, the private sector and regulators. Development of technologies will require new regulatory frameworks to support immediate commercialization. Policy frameworks should also incorporate legally binding commitments for increased international technology transfer, harmonized standards, and definitions for 'green' hydrogen, energy
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Эта публикация требует решительных и смелых действий со стороны правительства, частного сектора и регулирующих органов. Для разработки технологий потребуется новая нормативно-правовая база в поддержку немедленной коммерциализации. Политические рамки должны также включать в себя юридически связывающие обязательства в отношении расширения международной передачи технологий, согласованных стандартов
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Micro-, small and medium enterprises (MSME) are prominent in sectors affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. MSME in the energy efficiency and renewable energy sectors were implementing innovative, circular, green and sustainable initiatives before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, so they are well-placed to contribute to the post-COVID-19 recovery. However, on both the supply and demand sides MSME
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Promoting Energy Efficiency Standards and Technologies to Enhance Energy Efficiency in BuildingsECE Energy Series No. 60Geneva, 2020Buildings today are responsible for approximately one third of total final energy consumption and account for almost 40 percent of carbon dioxide emissions. Advanced technical solutions
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Experience in the Europe & CIS Region with Clean Energy -UNDP, GEF and UNECEThe sixth day of October 2016 was a historic day for global efforts to combat climate change. The Paris Agreement entered into force as more than 55 countries representing 55% of total global greenhouse gas emissions have now
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Energy Efficiency – Getting more from less (Booklet - December 2015)Improving energy efficiency contributes to energy security, better environment, quality of life, and economic well-being for all. Energy efficiency is called “the first fuel” as it is the best way of getting more out of existing resources,
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Increasing Energy Efficiency to Secure Energy Supplies in the CIS regionThe strengthening of integration processes inthe world economy encourages better interactionand coordination of energy policies of thecountries that are members of various economicassociations. One of the examples of
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Strategy Study on Inter-Fuel Substitution implemented in the Kolpashevo municipality (2009)The paper aims to analyze the outlook of implementing inter-fuel substitution in municipal entity «Kolpashevo urban settlement», the Tomsk Region, and to develop recommendations on implementing inter-fuel substitution in