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Participate in UNECE survey on energy efficiency investment

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January 27, 2017

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The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and the Copenhagen Center on Energy Efficiency are conducting a survey on overcoming barriers to investing in energy efficiency.

The survey is targeted at experts, business managers and company representatives, representatives of financial institutions, and government officials dealing with energy efficiency in a particular country, region or city. It can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/EE_barriers, and should be completed by January 31.

Participants of the survey may also include individuals working in an international organization or multinational company in a country office or branch or working closely with a particular country or a small group of countries.

Responses will help UNECE better understand the barriers to energy efficiency investment as well as identify measures that can help overcome these barriers. All information provided will be treated confidentially and only reproduced in an anonymous and aggregated format.

The survey is part of a study that aims to examine and recommend measures that support increased investment in energy efficiency. A part of the survey specifically targets barriers and investment flows to industrial energy efficiency.

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