Global Alliance for Energy Productivity

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Name of initiative Energy Efficiency Global Alliance (EEGA)
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NAZCA Initiative No
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Starting year 2019
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Secretariat Alliance to Save Energy

1850 M Street, NW, Suite 610 Washington, DC 20036

Organisational structure The Alliance to Save Energy serves as the Secretariat of the Energy Efficiency Global Alliance (EEGA), and as such is responsible for developing the tools, network, and momentum to scale up energy efficiency policies and investment worldwide. The Secretariat works through the EEGA Steering Committee and Working Groups to coordinate ambitious energy efficiency initiatives, increasing both the recognition of efficiency's critical role as a climate solution and the urgency of its rapid deployment.
Geographical coverage Global
Name of lead organisation Alliance to Save Energy
Type of lead organisation Network/Consortium/Partnership
Location/Nationality of lead organisation United States of America


Description Driving energy efficiency at scale is the most impactful way to stabilize the climate while meeting development goals. In fact, the IEA estimates that almost half of the needed emissions reductions will have to come from energy efficiency. But unless the international political, financial, and philanthropic communities give greater priority to scaling up efficiency policies and investments, the pace of change will remain too slow to alter the climate trajectory. The EEGA is responding to this need by coordinating the efforts of the world's most ambitious energy efficiency initiatives. The EEGA will unite the voice of efficiency by providing a unified platform for organizations, governments, companies, and international partnerships to influence global political discussions on energy and climate, and advance policy solutions and investment in energy efficiency.
Objectives To create a global energy efficiency (EE) coalition to:

-Drive faster, broader implementation of EE -Champion the world's highest impact EE initiatives -Embed EE into global energy and climate discussions -Accelerate enabling policy solutions and investment

Activities -Develop strategies and plan joint activities that elevate energy efficiency in international dialogues and help scale up its global impacts.

-Support the Three Percent Club by developing and maintaining a platform to secure commitments from private sector partners and financial institutions to double down on their own energy efficiency efforts and to support the efforts of the participating national governments to achieve their goals.

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Monitoring and Impacts

Function of initiative Political dialogue
Activity of initiative Policy planning and recommendations, Awareness raising and outreach, Advocacy
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Participants Number Names
Members 23  
Companies 7 Danfoss (Denmark),Johnson Controls (USA),Exelon Utilities (USA),New York Power Authority (USA),Legrand (France)

Trane Commercial HVAC (USA),Dentons (China).

Business organisations 1 International Copper Association (USA).
Research and educational organisations 0
Non-governmental organisations 10 Alliance to Save Energy (USA),  Ceres (Denmark),  Clean Energy Ministerial (France),  The Climate Group (United Kingdom),  FIA Foundation (United Kingdom),  Global Environment Facility (USA),  IPEEC (France),  Rocky Mountain Institute (USA),  World Business Council for Sustainable Development (USA),  World Resources Institute (USA).
National states 0
Governmental actors 3 Comision Nacional para el Uso Eficiente de la Energia (Mexico),  Natural Resources Canada (Canada),  Energy Ministry of the Kingdom of Morocco (Morocco).
Regional / state / county actors 1 California Energy Commission (USA).
City / municipal actors 0
Intergovernmental organisations 1 International Energy Agency
Financial Institutions 0
Faith based organisations 0
Other members 0
Supporting partners 0
Number of members in the years
Have only national states as participators No


Transport Agriculture Forestry Business Financial institutions Buildings Industry Waste Cities and subnational governments Short Term Pollutants International maritime transport Energy Supply Fluorinated gases Energy efficiency Renewable energy Supply chain emission reductions Adaptation Other Resilience Innovation Energy Access and Efficiency Private Finance
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Last update: 2 October 2019 12:06:06

Not only have national states as participators