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Looking at Energy Efficiency - Focus on United States 2018 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

December 4, 2018

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 4, 2018--The “Looking at Energy Efficiency - Focus on United States 2018” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Energy efficiency is generally the largest, least expensive, most benign, most quickly deployable, least visible, least understood, and most neglected way to provide energy services. Energy efficiency has gained little attention or respect for its achievements, let alone its far larger untapped potential.

The potential for energy efficiency is increasing faster through innovative designs, technologies, policies, and marketing methods than it is being used up through gradual implementation. However, till the time we start treating energy efficiency as a tradeable resource, and this spurs an innovation in business models which also attract private investment, it becomes difficult to imagine a pathway that will ensure the success of energy efficiency in today’s world.

Energy efficiency, as of today, needs all hands on deck to achieve success and to make a significant dent on climate change.

Key Topics Covered

A. Executive Summary

B. Definition and Importance of Energy Efficiency

C. Concept of Energy Efficiency

D. Measuring Energy Efficiency

E. Analyzing the Benefits of Energy Efficiency

F. Electric Utilities and Energy Efficiency

G. Engineering vs. Economic Perspectives

H. Diminishing vs. Expanding Returns to Investments in Energy Efficiency

I. Market Failures and Business Opportunities

J. The Effectiveness and Cost of Energy Efficiency Programs

K. Ways to Accelerate Energy Efficiency

L. Need for Energy Efficiency Investment Financing Interventions

M. Natural Gas and Energy Efficiency Opportunities

N. Research and Development in Energy Efficiency - Focus on US DOE

O. Prices, Energy Usage, and Investment in Energy Efficiency

P. Energy Efficiency in the Latest Budget

Q. Energy Efficiency’s Role in Energy Security, By Fuel

R. Energy Efficiency Programs Targeted at Climate Change

S. Case Studies

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KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: ENERGY OTHER ENERGY NATURAL RESOURCES OTHER NATURAL RESOURCES

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