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Energy Efficiency Innovation Review - EE01001

Description
The Energy Efficiency Innovation Review (EEIR) will examine what is needed to deliver cost effectively the step-change in energy efficiency to which Defra has committed. As a key input to the wider review of the UK Climate Change Programme, the EEIR will examine future policy options, covering: All energy end-use sectors except transport (i.e. business, commercial / public sector and household) and all energy services (i.e. space and water heating, cooling, lighting, appliance power, process consumption.); Demand-side technologies, excluding energy generating or transforming technologies; All policy levers (i.e. regulatory, voluntary, information, price mechanisms, market mechanisms, grants and R&D grants and government procurement).

Project Documents
• Final Report : Energy Efficiency Innovation Review - Summary Report   (353k)
Time-Scale and Cost
From: 2004

To: 2005

Cost: £396,120
Contractor / Funded Organisations
CSE, Enviros Ltd, Oxera, FES
Keywords
Climate and Weather              
Climate Change              
Energy Efficiency              
Environmental Protection              
Sustainable Production              
Fields of Study
Energy Efficiency