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世界のエネルギー効率化政策の分析

Global Energy Efficiency Policy Analysis

 

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Guidehouse (旧Navigant Research)
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2016年5月US$1,700
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米国調査会社ナビガントリサーチ(Navigant Research)の調査レポート「世界のエネルギー効率化政策の分析」は、世界のエネルギー効率化政策を地域毎に分析しています。現在の政策の事例をあげ、いくつかの州や国について分析しています。ラベリング(ラベル政策)やベンチマーキングなどに注目した政策レベル、エネルギー効率のよい建造物の基準、エネルギー消費効率基準、温室効果ガスの削減目標などの、政策の様々な側面についても記載しています。

目次(抜粋)

  • 世界のエネルギー効率化政策の概要
  • 世界の地域毎のエネルギー効率化政策の概要
  • 注目点

Commercial buildings have become an area of focus for global governments and regulatory agencies since they are large consumers of the world’s energy. During the past 5 years, energy efficiency policies have increased, influenced largely by requirements from the European Union (EU). Policies for buildings vary by region and country, with more developed nations taking a more stringent approach to energy efficiency. The largest barrier to energy efficiency policy for commercial buildings around the world is the lack of enforcement. Increased regulation of policies, codes, and benchmarking must be enforced for successful policy reform.

The EU’s energy efficiency regulations require its member states to create and enforce their own internal policies. These requirements have forced member states to proactively address energy efficiency in buildings and create their own policies surrounding these issues. Other regions have followed Europe’s lead and enforced their own policies and emissions targets. Additionally, the Paris Climate Summit has helped drive policy creation and reform related to energy efficiency worldwide. Beyond government administrations, a number of additional organizations are pushing for increased energy efficiency in buildings. These organizations have worked to create labeling and benchmark requirements and have set a precedent for building energy efficiency.

This Navigant Research report analyzes global energy efficiency policies by region. Samples of current policies are provided and assessed for a select number of states and countries. The study encompasses various aspects of policies, including policy level, with a focus on labeling and benchmarking, energy building codes, performance standards, and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions targets. This report also provides state and country classifications based on those focus areas for certain states and countries.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What energy efficiency policies are currently in place worldwide?
  • What are the four primary assessment areas of energy efficiency policy?
  • What energy building codes are implemented in different countries?
  • Which global and national organizations drive energy efficiency policy?
  • What levels of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are each country targeting?
  • Which countries are targeting the most aggressive emissions reductions goals?
Who needs this report?
  • Green building organizations
  • Energy efficiency equipment manufacturers
  • Building regulatory organizations
  • Government agencies
  • Industry associations
  • Investor community


目次

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
2. Introduction    

2.1  Overview

2.2  Energy Efficiency Policy Scope

2.3  Drivers and Barriers

3. Policy Overview

3.1  United States

3.2  Europe

3.2.1     France

3.2.2     Germany

3.2.3     United Kingdom

3.3  Asia Pacific

3.3.1     Australia

3.3.2     China

3.3.3     Japan

3.3.4     South Korea

3.4  Latin America

3.5  Middle East

3.6  Africa

4. Findings

4.1  Europe

4.2  United States

4.3  Asia Pacific

4.4  Latin America, Middle East, and Africa

4.5  Emission Reduction Targets

5. Conclusions

List of Charts and Figures

  • Energy Building Code Adoption
  • Commercial Building Adoption of ASHRAE 90.1 Standard
  • Country Classifications: Europe
  • Country Classifications: United States
  • Country Classifications: Asia Pacific
  • Country Classifications: Latin America, Middle East, and Africa

List of Tables

  • Emissions Reduction Targets by Select Country, World Markets
  • Green Building Certification Programs
  • Emissions Reduction Targets by Country/State, World Markets

 

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[プレスリリース原文]
 

Increased Regulation of Energy Efficiency Policies, Codes, and Benchmarking Is Necessary for Successful Policy Reform

The European Union’s stringent energy efficiency regulations are influencing policies in other regions

A new report from Navigant Research examines global energy efficiency policies by region, with samples and assessments of current policies, for a select number of states and countries.

May 24, 2016

During the past five years, the number of energy efficiency polices around the world has continued to increase. While policies vary by region and country, and with more developed nations taking more stringent approaches, a lack of enforcement remains a significant barrier to implementation in many places.  According to a new report from Navigant Research, increased regulation of policies, codes, and benchmarking must be enforced for successful policy reform.

“Globally, governments and regulatory agencies have increased their focus on commercial buildings, which are large consumers of the world’s energy,” says Krystal Maxwell, research associate with Navigant Research. “Europe is a leader among world regions in energy efficiency policy, with the most rigorous building codes, performance standards, labeling, and benchmarking, as well as some of the most aggressive greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets.”

In particular, the European Union’s energy efficiency regulations require member states to create and enforce their own internal policies, which has forced member states to proactively address energy efficiency in buildings and create their own policies. Globally, according to the report, other drivers for increased policy creation include events like the Paris Climate Summit and independent organizations working to create labeling and benchmark requirements.

The report, Global Energy Efficiency Policy Analysis, analyzes global energy efficiency policies by region. Samples of current policies are provided and assessed for a select number of states and countries. The study encompasses various aspects of policies, including policy level, with a focus on labeling and benchmarking, energy building codes, performance standards, and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions targets. This report also provides state and country classifications based on those focus areas for certain states and countries.

 

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