Energy in Demand

Energy in Demand is an independent view of the world of sustainable energy. With a focus on Europe, it considers global developments in energy efficiency, renewable energy, and the policy context of climate change.
Energy in Demand is not new.  It started in 1990 as a quarterly newsletter and continued through to 1999. Many of you still remind us of those good old days.
Energy in Demand is edited by Rod Janssen, an independent expert on sustainable energy, based in Paris. Rod’s wide-ranging career began with the Canadian Energy Department, then shifted to the International Energy Agency before establishing a consultancy in energy, environment and climate change, based in Europe.
In the 1980s, he led the International Energy Agency’s first international study to evaluate energy efficiency programmes. He has been involved in Europe-wide energy efficiency and renewable energy policy analysis for the past two decades. His extensive work for the European Commission in the 1990s included evaluations of the SAVE (energy efficiency), ALTENER (renewable energy) programmes of the EC and Council Directive 93/76, the “SAVE Directive” that preceded the Energy Services and the Energy Performance of Buildings Directives.

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Sectors: Cross cutting, Renewables

Country / Region: Europe, France, Global

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