Editorials-Energy Efficiency Scorecard !!!

  •  Energy Efficiency Scorecard:-23 countries just got energy efficiency report cards- and they’re almost all flunking,published by ACEEE-American Council For Energy Efficient Economy.

     

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    73.5

    GERMANY

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    68.5

    JAPAN

  • Energy Efficiency Scorecard

    68.5

    ITALY

  • Energy Efficiency Scorecard

    67.5

    FRANCE

  • Energy Efficiency Scorecard

    65.0

    UNITED KINGDOM

  • Energy Efficiency Scorecard

    64.0

    CHINA

  • Energy Efficiency Scorecard

    62.0

    SPAIN

  • Energy Efficiency Scorecard

    61.5

    SOUTH KOREA

  • Energy Efficiency Scorecard

    61.5

    UNITED STATES

  • Energy Efficiency Scorecard

    59.0

    CANADA

  • Energy Efficiency Scorecard

    58.0

    NETHERLANDS

  • Energy Efficiency Scorecard

    53.5

    POLAND

  • Energy Efficiency Scorecard

    51.0

    TAIWAN

  • Energy Efficiency Scorecard

    48.5

    INDIA

  • Energy Efficiency Scorecard

    46.5

    TURKEY

  • Energy Efficiency Scorecard

    41.0

    AUSTRALIA

  • Energy Efficiency Scorecard

    38.0

    RUSSIA

  • Energy Efficiency Scorecard

    37.5

    INDONESIA

  • Energy Efficiency Scorecard

    37.0

    MEXICO

  • Energy Efficiency Scorecard

    35.5

    THAILAND

  • Energy Efficiency Scorecard

    33.0

    SOUTH AFRICA

  • Energy Efficiency Scorecard

    32.5

    BRAZIL

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    32.5

    SAUDI ARABIA

 

How energy-efficient is India?

India has scored highest for the energy efficiency in its transportation sector. Despite having any fuel economy standards for passenger vehicles, it ranks third in passenger-vehicle fuel economy. The country also has far lower number of passenger miles travelled per capita than any other country analysed.

However, India’s national efforts on energy efficiency need a major improvement with operational efficiency of thermal power plants being the lowest of any country analysed. It needs to increase the level of government and utility investment in energy efficiency. The country could also focus on making energy codes mandatory for new residential and commercial buildings

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In general, most countries did not score as well in transportation as they did in industry, with many countries’ transportation systems reflecting heavier investments in roads than in public transit. The report called out Italy and Japan for practices that include stringent fuel economy requirements for new cars (in Italy’s case, part of a broader European Union initiative) and investments in public transit.

2016-world-scores

 

 

 

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