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Introduction to energy efficiency: optimizing the use of natural resources and reducing economic costs.

July 24, 2023 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

I. Introduction Brief overview of the importance of energy efficiency and the goals of the workshop. II. Understanding Energy Efficiency Definition of energy efficiency and its benefits. Explanation of how energy efficiency differs from energy conservation. Examples of energy-efficient technologies and practices. III. Energy Efficiency in Buildings Importance of energy-efficient buildings and their impact on energy consumption and carbon emissions. Strategies for improving building energy efficiency, such as insulation, air sealing, and high-efficiency appliances. Case studies of energy-efficient buildings and their benefits. IV. Energy Efficiency in Transportation Overview of sustainable transportation options, such as electric vehicles and public transit. Strategies for reducing transportation-related energy consumption, such as carpooling and active transportation. Case studies of sustainable transportation initiatives and their benefits. V. Energy Efficiency Policies and Programs Explanation of government policies and programs that promote energy efficiency, such as energy efficiency standards and financial incentives. Overview of private-sector initiatives, such as green building certifications and sustainable supply chain practices. Examples of successful energy efficiency initiatives and their impact. VI. Overcoming Barriers to Energy Efficiency Discussion of common barriers to energy efficiency, such as lack of awareness, high upfront costs, and market barriers. Strategies for overcoming these barriers, such as public education, financing options, and innovative business models. Case studies of successful energy efficiency projects that have overcome these barriers. VII. Action Planning Discussion of steps that individuals and organizations can take to improve energy efficiency in their homes, workplaces, and communities. Action planning exercise to develop a customized energy efficiency plan. VIII. Conclusion Recap of key concepts and takeaways from the workshop. Call to action for participants to implement energy efficiency measures in their daily lives and work.


Mahmoud M. Ghaboun


The Islamic University of Gaza, Gaza, Palestine

The Islamic University of Gaza, Gaza, Palestine

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