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New Energy Efficiency Bill for Malaysia in 2019

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New Energy Efficiency Bill for Malaysia in 2019

Thursday 19th July 2018

A Malaysian Energy Efficiency Bill is to be introduced in 2019 to cut the country’s carbon emissions by 45% by 2030. This will be in compliance with the Paris climate accord. So stated Malaysian Energy, Green Technology, Science and Climate Change Minister Yeo Bee Yin, as reported by the Malay Mail ...

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3BN Swedish Kronor Loan for Energy Efficient Social Infrastructure

Sunday 15th July 2018

THE European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed a SEK 3bn (Euro 292m) loan agreement with Hemsö Fastighets AB. The Swedish property owner will use the long-term (up to 25 years) financing facility to build healthcare and research infrastructure, elderly care homes and educational facilities, all to nearly-zero-energy-building (NZEB) standards. The ...

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LONDON'S £500m Energy Fund to Tackle CO2 Emissions

Wednesday 11th July 2018

LONDON'S Hospitals, museums, offices, libraries, social housing and universities are amongst the public buildings and small businesses set to become more energy efficient thanks to a new £500 million-pound investment fund. A recent study from the Green Finance Taskforce revealed that many public-sector organisations and small businesses want to install energy-efficiency ...

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Energy Technology Could Save NHS £130m per year

Wednesday 4th July 2018

AT a time when the UK's National Health Service (NHS) budgets are under pressure, the savings are enough to fund more than 4,000 nursing jobs, which could help to meet significant and increasing demands for NHS services. The figures, released by Centrica Business Solutions, are part of a wider report that ...

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Nigerian Engineers Urged to Improve Energy Efficiency

Monday 2nd July 2018

IN an effort to tackle Nigeria’s energy crisis, the President of NSE (Nigerian Society of Engineers) has urged professional engineers to use innovative solutions to improve energy efficiency. NSE President Adekunle Mokuolu stressed the importance of improved energy efficiency to the nation’s economy and stability. He added many companies are moving out ...

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