Renée Bruel, ECF Senior Associate, Energy Efficiency, explained how the ECF’s work on standards and labels can have a great impact on the reduction of CO2 emissions in Europe.
Thomas Fricke, former Chief Economist of the Financial Times Deutschland will serve as the ECF’s Chief Economist, working from the Berlin office.
Our joint effort with the Mercator Foundation seeks to build a shared perspective on how to transition Germany to renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainable development over the next 35-40 years.
The Coalition for Energy Savings, co-founded by the ECF, has helped to build awareness of the benefits of energy efficiency and to advocate for greater political ambition.
The Global Commission on the Economy and Climate, and its flagship project, the New Climate Economy, launched today, aim to help governments, businesses, and society make better policy and investment decisions.
Establishment of a stringent emissions standard for cars of 95g CO2/km by 2020 is good for all.
Efficiency regulations for boilers will cut CO2 emissions equivalent to taking 65 million cars off the road.
The ECF has been a core supporter of the Energy Bill Revolution campaign in the UK since its inception in 2011.
ECF’s Johannes Meier and Arne Mogren lay out three prerequisites for European decarbonisation: market integration, a robust carbon price, and strengthened infrastructure.
The results of two national surveys published today disclose strong public and corporate support for the energy transition in France.