Upping the Bottom Line: A Business Perspective, Lena Ek
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On December 14, 2009, the Alliance to Save Energy and the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP) held a side event at the COP15 climate conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, entitled, ...

On December 14, 2009, the Alliance to Save Energy and the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP) held a side event at the COP15 climate conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, entitled, "Paradox to Paradigm: The Role of Energy Efficiency in Creating Low Carbon Economies."

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    • Lena Ek Member of the European Parliament
    • Upping the Bottom Line: A Business Perspective Lena Ek Member of the European Parliament
    • Lena Ek Member of the European Parliament Final Energy Consumption by Sector in EU-27
    • Lena Ek Member of the European Parliament The World’s Energy Mix
    • Solutions Lena Ek Member of the European Parliament
    • Lena Ek Member of the European Parliament
    • Lena Ek Member of the European Parliament Technologies that can reduce global CO2 emissions from energy consumption Reduction pathways - it is possible! 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 1990 2000 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050 Mt CO 2 Energy savings Fossil fuel switch Renewable energies Nuclear energy Carbon sequestration Emission of reduction case avoided emissions
    • Towards an Eco-Efficient Economy
      • Focus on competitiveness.
      • Build leadership in frontier innovation.
      • Policy strategy focused on pro-growth.
      • Reduce red tape for research.
      • Create a sustainable, dynamic and efficient world economy.
      Lena Ek Member of the European Parliament
    • Lena Ek Member of the European Parliament
      • Energy Efficiency in Housing:
      • Buildnings account for up to 40% of energy use.
      • Energy Labeling:
      • Creates possibilities for informed consumer choice.
      • Energy Labeling for Tyres:
      • Up to 20-30% of fuel consumption.
      Newly Adopted EU Policy Areas
    • Lena Ek Member of the European Parliament
      • New thinking is needed for the distribution of electricity.
      • Smart homes – individual meetering of energy consumption.
      • Create possibilities for small producers through feed-in tariffs.
      Energy Efficiency in the Grid System
    • Lena Ek Member of the European Parliament Cities and Energy Efficiency Source: Mobility in Cities Database, EEA Energy consumption for passenger transport versus density
    • Lena Ek Member of the European Parliament Efficency Creates Cost Saving Opportunities
      • The construction company JM has lowered its energy use with 35% - saves 1 300 tonne CO2.
      • Housing company Vasakronan has lowered its emissions with 90% or 35 000 tonne CO2 since 2006.
      • Coop Forum in Karlstad saved 1 800 MWh per year through energy efficiency.
    • Energy Efficiency = Hugh Benefits for Business
      • Lower energy costs.
      • Brand management.
      • Lower emissions.
      • Diminished dependence on undependable governments.
      • Excellent strategy for competitiveness.
      • More jobs and higher growth in a world with a better climate.
      Lena Ek Member of the European Parliament