Five Key Factors for Attracting Investments in Energy Efficiency

By District Energy posted 06-20-2017 13:18


Balkan Green Energy News
June 15, 2017


Eric Mackres, Building Efficiency Manager with the World Resources Institute (WRI) – Ross Center for Sustainable Cities, explains in an interview for the Balkan Green Energy News portal how the Building Efficiency Accelerator (BEA) and Global District Heating in Cities (DES) initiatives, that UN Environment (UNEP) is implementing in Belgrade with the help of WRI, contributes to Belgrade’s efforts to improve energy efficiency in buildings thus contributing to the UN goal of doubling energy efficiency by 2030. He also reveals five key elements for attracting investments to energy efficiency, so-called“five S” – stability, scale, standardization, segmentation and sequencing.

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