An established international platform for information exchange and policy co-ordination.
15 government Members from major economies.
Focus on energy using equipment and systems.
The majority of appliances and equipment are internationally traded.
4E collaboration enables countries to leverage off the work of other 4E Members.
So that national energy efficiency programmes become more ambitious, internationally aligned and effective.
4E is a Technology Collaboration Programme under the auspices of the International Energy Agency (IEA) but is functionally and legally autonomous.
4E provides expert input to many IEA publications and workshops on end-use energy efficiency.
4E engages with stakeholders through workshops, seminars and webinars.
4E has released over 520 publications, most freely available here.
Governments with effective, mature, energy efficiency programmes covering a diverse range of appliances and equipment.
National and regional governments are represented by entities responsible for energy efficiency policy.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) works with governments and industry to shape a secure and sustainable energy future for all.
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