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Driving Transformation to Energy Efficient Buildings: Policies and Actions, 2nd Edition

6 November 2012 to 29 November 2012

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Presentation—Driving Transformation to Energy Efficient Buildings: Policies and Actions (2nd Edition)

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Energy efficiency in buildings and urban environments is vital to achieving climate, energy and development objectives in emerging economies. Driving Transformation to Energy Efficient Buildings outlines policy options available for developing countries to accelerate energy efficiency. The report is the result of a collaborative partnership with the Business Council for Sustainable Energy, the Center for Clean Air Policy, the U.S. Green Building Council, and the World Green Building Council. New in this 2nd edition is a building efficiency policy assessment tool that provides a simple framework to help decision-makers evaluate policy priorities through dialogue and input from key stakeholders. This edition includes new content on private-sector policy priorities that create favorable market conditions for investment in buildings efficiency.

In this webinar-based training, representatives from Johnson Controls provide an overview of the new report contents and “facilitators training” in how to use Johnson Control’s new Building Efficiency Policy Assessment Tool to help policymakers develop a sound building efficiency policy strategy with input from local stakeholders.


  • Clay Nesler, Vice President of Global Energy and Sustainability
  • Jennifer Layke, Executive Director, Institute for Building Efficiency
  • Katrina Managan, Program Manager, Institute for Building Efficiency

The Clean Energy Solutions Center does not endorse or recommend specific products or services. This report is featured in the Solutions Center’s resource library as one of many best practices documents reviewed and selected by technical experts. For more information on the report, please visit the Institute for Building Efficiency website or contact Katrina Managan at or 1-202-406-4060.