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September 29, 2013

EEI Asia Summary 2013

Summary on Asia Available for the First Time

The Johnson Controls Institute for Building Efficiency has been conducting the Energy Efficiency Indicator Study for three years in China and Australia. In 2013 Singapore was added.  The first summary report on Asia reveals similarities and contracts between the three countries, and between Asia and other parts of the world. Respondents in Asia report that they are viewing and analyzing energy data more regularly than others. Interest in energy efficiency in China remains high, with 67 percent of respondents claiming that they are “paying a lot more attention to energy efficiency this year.” Cost savings was the major driver for energy improvements across Asia, consistent with the rest of the world. But energy security and government policy are drivers as well.

 

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September 2013

 

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