EESL report says district cooling system and energy efficient ACs can be the enablers of India’s cooling revolution

Energy Efficiency Services Limited, (EESL) with support from Global Environment Facility (GEF) and UN Environment Programme (UNEP) have launched a market assessment study for super-efficient ACs. A report on District Cooling Potential in India was also launched in collaboration with UNEP, GEF, District Energy in Cities initiatives, EMPOWER Energy Solutions and Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency with PwC as a knowledge partner.

Both the studies explore the adoption of efficient and climate-friendly technologies for the urban cooling and Room Air-Conditioning (RAC) sector which can potentially reduce the energy requirements and environmental impacts associated with their use. These studies are an attempt to augment the objective of India Cooling Action Plan (ICAP).


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