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Energy Efficiency in Buildings 2.0 (EEB 2.0)

Status: Ongoing (2013- 2016)

Area: world

Short goal: "Engage local stakeholders to stimulate demand for financially viable energy efficiency investments (achieved through Private-Sector Leadership). 10 pilots around the world (Houston, Poland, Rio de Janeiro, Belgium/Netherlands, Bangalore & Jaipur, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Singapore, Shanghai). "

Short deadline: 2013-2016

Progress: "Since 2014, EEB Laboratories have taken place in 10 cities, with EEB Platforms set up in Houston, Warsaw, Jaipur, Jakarta, and ShanghaiThe program has been recognized as a Flagship of the Sustainable Buildings & Construction Programme of the UN 10 Year Framework of programmeshttp://www.wbcsd.org/Projects/Energy-Efficiency-in-Buildings"

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Summary

"Experts from 11 large corporations* have piloted and refined a multi-stakeholder engagement model designed to drive action in local markets. This model involves identifying and bringing together public and private sector stakeholders from across the buildings sector spectrum. They then participate in a three-day ‘EEB Laboratory’ to identify priority issues, build dialogue, trust and a shared purpose. Following the EEB Lab, long-term action and coordination is driven by a local EEB Platform. This typically involves participants forming Action Committees to facilitate local market demand and investment in EEB. Platform objectives are typically long-term, but the EEB model is already proving its ability to bring about change and action at the local, city level. *The EEB2.0 project is co-chaired by United Technologies Corporation and LafargeHolcim, and supported by AkzoNobel, Arcadis, Arcelor-Mittal, Engie, Infosys, SGS, Schneider, Siemens and Skanska."

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