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Bridging the Innovation Gap: Pakistani Manufacturers Tour Chinese Test Facility
To encourage domestic appliance innovation, CLASP led a group of Pakistani manufacturers on a lab tour of a leading appliance test facility in China.
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 Showcases Universal Labeling Module at the European Sustainable Energy Week
Marie Baton, Consultant Senior Adviser for CLASP Europe, presented a universal labeling module, designed to make it easier for online retailers to comply with energy label regulations.
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.
Kenya Launches First National Cooling Action Plan
To promote sustainable cooling solutions amidst rising temperatures, Kenya has introduced a comprehensive five-year National Cooling Action Plan.
Results from China’s Energy Efficiency Program Encourage Further Progress
Evidence of China’s successful energy efficiency policies encourages CLASP to continue raising ambition through collaboration with industry and government.
Video: CLASP Launches Awareness Video on India’s Standards & Labeling Program for World Environment Day
CLASP, in collaboration with BEE, launched a video educate Indian consumers about the S&L program for residential appliances.
PRESS RELEASE: Supporting the Deployment of Approximately 10 Million Energy-Efficient Fans Pan-India
On June 2, EESL and CLASP co-hosted a workshop to discuss opportunities, challenges and ways to increase the adoption of energy-efficient fans in India.
Powering Up Pakistan: CLASP’s Two-Year Plan to Tackle Energy Crises & Climate Change
CLASP's next two-year program in Pakistan will tackle the ongoing energy crisis and help adapt to worsening climate conditions.
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.
Insights into Energy Efficiency in Rio’s Favelas
‘Energy Efficiency in the Favelas’ report reveals new details about the impacts of energy inefficient services on residents in Rio de Janeiro favelas.
CLASP Presents World’s Best MEPS at APEC Energy Meeting
China program lead Steven Zeng presented CLASP's World's Best MEPS research to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting to motivate APEC countries to update standards.
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 Supports First Lighting Efficiency Policies in Nigeria
CLASP is supporting the Nigerian government in accelerating the transition to energy-efficient, clean lighting