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Webinar: changing energy behaviour - what works?

In order to identify the best strategies for activating behaviour-related energy savings in Ireland, the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland performed an extensive analysis of international best practice. The DSM TCP will hold a webinar on 25 October to discuss this review which indicates that incorporating behaviourally informed interventions into the design of future energy policy in Ireland will strengthen Ireland's ability to transition to a low-carbon economy. Register here

ISGAN Award of Excellence

The ISGAN TCP is accepting applications for the fifth ISGAN Award of Excellence on the theme of "Local integrated energy systems (Smart Microgrids)". The award will recognise excellence in innovation, integration, and transformation of smart grid systems. The deadline for submission is 15 November. More...

Crowdfunding for energy efficiency projects (CF4EE)

The DSM TCP, through its work on innovative energy services, has recently completed a feasibility study to explore crowdfunding for energy efficiency (CF4EE) projects in developing countries and emerging economies. The study builds on two cases selected in consultation with GIZ in Morocco and in Indonesia. Download the report here

Interactive tool catalogues high-temperature superconductivity projects at a glance

A web-based tool developed by the TCP on High-Temperature Superconductivity (HTS TCP) catalogues HTS projects around the world, and highlights projects having made recent progress. Data is separated by region and updated on an as-needed basis.  More... 

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