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The greenest energy is the energy we don’t use

Energy efficiency ensures that each watt generated from wind and solar can stretch further, drastically cutting the cost of the green transition. By using our energy smarter, we break the curve on energy-demand. This means fewer power plants are needed, and we can more quickly meet our goals for more renewable energy.


Energy efficiency first:
It’s over 40% of the solution

The science is clear: we need to act on climate change today. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), energy efficiency delivers more than 40% of the reduction in energy-related emissions we need to fully achieve international climate and energy goals. The good news is energy efficiency technologies are available.

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What next? Learn more about global conference on energy efficiency in Denmark

Sønderborg to host the world’s most important conference on energy efficiency

On 8-9th June 2022, the International Energy Agency (IEA) will host its seventh annual global conference on energy efficiency – this time in the Danish city Sønderborg, which is working towards reaching net-zero before 2030.

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