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Air Conditioner Labeling in Thailand: Key Findings and Recommendations
This Policy Brief presents findings from an evaluation of the Electricity Generation Authority for Thailand (EGAT) No. 5 air conditioning (AC) energy label and provides recommendations to enhance the labels' impact in driving the transition to higher-efficient products.
Webinar Materials | Are Permanent Magnet Motors the Next “Game-Changer” in Energy Access?
Presentation materials from an April 22 webinar on the benefits of permanent magnet motor applications in off-grid and weak-grid markets.
Webinar Materials | How to Evaluate and Prioritize Efficiency Policies with Mepsy
Presentation materials from a webinar demonstration of Mepsy and its features on April 27, 2021.
Unraveling Urban Household Energy Use Patterns in India
CLASP published a research paper in the ACEEE 2020 Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings in India. The paper reviews first-of-its-kind nationwide research, carried out in 2018, that encompassed an urban residential end-use survey of 5,000 households and real-time appliance energy use monitoring of 200 households.
The Benefits of Permanent Magnet Motors: Efficiency Opportunities in Off- and Weak-Grid Appliance Markets
This report offers a comprehensive analysis of permanent magnet motor-driven appliances in off- and weak-grid markets.
Development of Efficiency Policy for Ultra High Definition Televisions in India
The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) and CLASP worked with Environmental Design Solutions (EDS) to make a comprehensive assessment of the Indian UHD television market through primary and secondary research to formulate a comparative energy efficiency labeling standard for UHD televisions.
Through our work with CLASP, we were able to determine buying and use patterns of energy efficient, off-grid appliances. This information can be used to better serve off- and weak-grid Bangladeshi end-users, shape future programming, and the availability of off-grid appliances.Dr. Rushad Faridi
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In-depth Assessment of Water Efficiency Opportunities in India
In the In-Depth Assessment of Water Efficiency Opportunities in India report, CLASP and local partner Environmental Design Solutions investigated the viability of water efficiency policies in conserving water and mitigating associated carbon emissions from water heating.
Enabling Reliable Testing Capacity in Southeast Asia
In 2019, CLASP carried out an inter-laboratory comparison exercise in Vietnam—an exercise to assess regional testing capacity of air conditioners and promote more accurate, consistent, and reproducible tests. The Round Robin Testing Report summarizes the RRT exercise findings, analysis results, and recommendations to improve the testing procedures and processes.
The Market Surveillance for Air Conditioners: Voluntary Guidelines for ASEAN Member States
The Market Surveillance for Air Conditioners: Voluntary Guidelines for ASEAN Member States provide best practice for governments and compliance authorities for designing and implementing national market surveillance efforts, or when revising and strengthening the existing ones.
India Air Compressor Policy Report
CLASP worked with PwC India to conduct comprehensive technology and market assessments for air compressors in India, to inform efficiency standards development and a labeling program. Using both surveys and in-person interviews of manufacturers and their associations, we examined the air compressor market in order to understand product segmentation, projected growth rates, and prevalent technologies.
Lowering Energy Consumption and CO2 Emissions from Electric Motors in Pakistan Through Efficiency Policy
This report quantifies the current status of the motor market in Pakistan, the potential impact of introducing a policy that initally only regulates large motors, and the practicality of doing so.
Indonesia Residential End-Use Survey
CLASP and Ipsos conducted a first-of-its-kind national survey of household appliance use in Indonesia to provide insights into appliance ownership and usage at the household level to support energy efficiency policies that maximize energy and CO2 reductions and cost savings for household consumers, manufacturers, and the nation.
Indonesia Market Study and Policy Analysis for Fans
CLASP, in partnership with PwC, conducted a comprehensive study of electric fans in Indonesia in efforts to characterize the market; inform the development of appropriate and robust fans testing, standards, and labeling requirements; and assess the potential impacts of these energy efficiency policies.
Indonesia Market Study and Policy Analysis for Refrigerators
This comprehensive study of domestic refrigerators in Indonesia aims to characterize the market; inform the development of appropriate and robust refrigerator testing, standards, and labeling requirements; and assess the potential impacts of these energy efficiency policies.
Indonesia Market Study and Policy Analysis for Rice Cookers
This comprehensive study of rice cookers in Indonesia aims to characterize the market; inform the development of appropriate and robust refrigerator testing, standards, and labeling requirements; and assess the potential impacts of these energy efficiency policies.
Indonesia Market Study and Policy Analysis for Lighting
CLASP, in partnership with PwC, conducted a comprehensive study of lighting products in Indonesia in efforts to characterize the market; inform the development of appropriate and robust fans testing, standards, and labeling requirements; and assess the potential impacts of these energy efficiency policies.
Renewable Energy Systems
Off- and Weak-Grid Solar Appliance Market: India
Insufficient data about off-grid appropriate appliances makes it difficult for manufacturers, policymakers, distributors, mini-grid operators, investors, and other market actors to make informed decisions. To help address this challenge, Efficiency for Access has worked to gather data on the availability of off-grid appropriate appliances in key countries.
The Socio-Economic Impact of Super-Efficient Fans in Bangladesh
Super-efficient off-grid fans have the potential to deliver a range of socio-economic, health, and environmental benefits for households in Bangladesh, yet reliable data on the impacts of fans remains sparse. To address these gaps in knowledge, CLASP conducted over 1,600 telephone surveys with off-grid fan customers in Bangladesh.