CLASP News: What We're Working on Now
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Find CLASP at the Africa Climate Summit 2023
Between September 4 -6, CLASP attended the Africa Climate Summit, convened by the African Union (AU) and hosted by the Government of Kenya.
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Find CLASP at South Asia Forum for Distributed Energy 2023
On August 23 and 24, CLASP will be at the South Asia Forum for Distributed Energy 2023, organized by Global Off-Grid Lighting Association in New Delhi, India.
CLASP Collaborates to Accelerate India’s Net Zero Transition
CLASP and India's Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the 14th Clean Energy Ministerial to support EESL's 10 million Energy-Efficient Fans program, which will help support India's transition to Net Zero Carbon Emissions.
CLASP at Clean Energy Ministerial 2023
On 19 July, CLASP will co-host an event with Asian Development Bank on 'Opportunities for Energy Transition within the Agricultural Cold Chain & Logistics Sector' in Goa, India.
CLASP Celebrates Women in Engineering Day!
For this year’s International Women in Engineering Day, CLASP is highlighting members of our team who represent some of the brightest, most innovative minds in the fight for people and the planet.
Find CLASP at the Asia Clean Energy Forum 2023
From 13-16 June, team members from our New Delhi, Washington D.C., Jakarta and Beijing offices will present at the Asia Clean Energy Forum (ACEF) 2023 in Manila, Philippines.
CLASP is one of the more credible, long-term operating NGOs in the space. It is able to explain the potential of legislation, give an overview of important issues globally, and put information in appropriate context.Viktor Sunderberg
President of Environmental & European Affairs, Electrolux
CLASP 2022 Annual Report
In CLASP’s new 2022 Annual Report, we highlight how CLASP is making significant strides in appliance efficiency for people & planet.
UK policies do not protect the public from the impacts of gas cooking
CLASP's new study finds home gas cooking appliances may be exposing millions of people in the UK to levels of indoor air pollution that breach national and international regulations.
Africa Region Galvanizes Efforts to End Mercury Lighting
The Africa delegation – representing 39 countries - to the Minamata Convention on Mercury introduced an amendment to phase out all remaining fluorescent lamps.
Tackling Water and Energy Inequality in the Favelas of Rio
Community youth and leaders generate data by and for the favelas on inequalities in water and energy access and quality.
Making Energy Labels Work for You: Insights from Southeast Asia
CLASP Manager Lina Kelpsaite offers observations into why design and communication strategies are integral to labeling program success.
For Women, By Women: Unlocking a More Inclusive, Gender-Diverse Energy Sector
On International Women’s Day, CLASP India’s Neha Dhingra, Moumita Chandra and Sumedha Awasthy reflect on the role of women in the energy sector, arguing for greater representation to ensure equitable access to energy services.
CLASP Tools: A Year in Review
CLASP's tools grew tremendously this past year, with new additions to existing data powerhouses Mepsy and the CPRC as well as two brand new tools to test computer energy usage and encourage compliance.
CLASP’s New CPRC Map Depicts Appliance Policy Coverage Globally
CLASP has launched a new interactive map that allows users to run quick queries of CPRC policies and generate new visuals that summarize the scope of regulations within a certain region.
How is Energy Efficiency Labeling Working in the Philippines?
CLASP and Philippines partner Innogy Solutions, Inc. conducted a consumer, retailer, and industry survey of the efficacy of the Philippine Energy Labeling Program after a 2021 redesign.
CEO Christine Egan: Witnessing Efficiency in Action in India
CLASP CEO Christine Egan reflects post-trip on CLASP's work and the state of energy efficiency in India.
Press Release: Gas cookers regularly breach air pollution limits
A new report from CLASP and EPHA suggests that cooking on gas in a typical kitchen without mechanical ventilation causes indoor NO2 pollution that exceeds World Health Organisation air quality guidelines and outdoor EU air pollution standards multiple times each week throughout the year.
India Dialogue Series: Climate Group x CLASP
Working towards climate change mitigation involves speed and scale, which can be achieved largely through collaborative efforts between stakeholders. Neha Dhingra, Senior Manager - CLASP spoke with Divya Sharma, Executive Director - Climate Group on India's climate goals, COP27, equity and more.