Cutting carbon emissions through super-efficient appliances, lighting, and equipment
CLASP provides expertise in top-emitting countries and regions
Africa’s total primary energy demand will increase 50% by 2040.
Countries in the Americas represent 14% of the global population, but 30% of global greenhouse gas emissions.
Regulating energy performance from appliances can improve air quality in Asia, home to 83 of the world’s top-100 polluted cities.
The energy sector accounts for 75% of the European Union’s annual greenhouse gas emissions.
CLASP focuses on data-driven, cost-effective interventions to mitigate the climate crisis and promote uptake of super-efficient technologies
Energy-efficient appliances are one of the most cost-effective methods for mitigating climate change. They save money for governments and consumers alike, reduce peak energy demand, and bolster economic and energy security. CLASP collaborates with governments, industry and other stakeholders to catalyze markets for energy efficient technologies. Our expertise includes:
- Technology and market assessments
- Energy performance standards development
- Consumer product labeling
- Market transformation
- Policy compliance and enforcement