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2008 MIT Energy Conference: End-Use Energy Efficiency: Removing the Barriers to Implementation

This panel explores the barriers that have prevented the widespread adoption of demonstrated efficiency improvement strategies – including policy distortions, lack of transparency in energy usage and pricing, information gaps, agency issues, financial constraints, and other market inefficiencies. Also discussed are innovations in policy, technology, and business to optimize end-use energy efficiency as a resource.

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good work. keep it burning but do not forget research in the energy consumption needs of the developing countries and investment in forests research and development

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