Guidebook on Promotion of Sustainable Energy Consumption: Consumer Organizations and Efficient Energy Use in the Residential Sector
United Nations Publications, 2002 - Consumer education - 153 pages
This publication presents the main findings and recommendations of various consultations ESCAP has undertaken with non-governmental organisations, mainly consumer groups, on strategies to raise public awareness and improve consumer information regarding energy efficiency and sustainable energy use. It includes an introductory overview of the promotion of sustainable energy consumption in the region's residential sector; four papers on key legal, technical and policy aspects of effective campaigns for energy efficiency; and five case studies which highlight best practice in promotional campaigns.
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