Energy Efficiency

Asia Pacific, Climate Change, Energy Efficiency, Events, Investment | 23 April 2019

Join us in Tokyo at the G20 Global Summit on Financing Energy Efficiency, Innovation and Clean Technology

Co-hosted by UNEP FI and IPEEC, and as an official side event to the G20 Presidency of Japan, the G20 Global Summit on Financing Energy Efficiency, Innovation and Clean Technology will be held in Tokyo, Japan on June 12th. Join fellow financial institutions and senior G20 policy-makers in addressing the urgency of scaling up energy efficiency investment to deliver on the world's agreed policy objectives for a clean energy transition.

Energy Efficiency, Events | 21 December 2018

Webinar: Energy efficiency taxonomy and green tagging: Participate in first EEFIG working group

This webinar will help financial institutions understand the main topics and process for applying to participate in the first working group set up by the Energy Efficiency Financial Institutions Group (EEFIG) in its third phase: the working group on the development of an EE taxonomy and green tagging to inform the EU´s Sustainable Finance Technical Expert Group (TEG).

Energy Efficiency, Events, News | 09 May 2018

Financing for efficient buildings: Learning from G20 and GlobalABC

In order to realise the objectives of the Paris Agreement and the energy transition, the global building stock needs to be made zero emission, efficient and resilient. As the world adds the equivalent of the floor space of the city of Paris in new construction every week, there is an urgent challenge to bring together those who finance this large amount of new construction with the policy-makers who can enable new construction finance to evolve towards zero emissions.

Energy Efficiency, Events, News | 23 April 2018

Financing energy efficiency in Greece and Cyprus

This event, organised by the European Commission in partnership with UNEP FI and the Greek Ministry of Environment and Energy aims to share best practices from Greece and Cyprus as well as further countries on how energy efficiency investments can be financed, including through private sources of capital.