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Finding the right narrative

image credit: As the hot topic of the moment, in this episode of Watt Matters, we examine how energy efficiency policies and measures are being treated around the world.
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From FORESIGHT Climate & Energy, Watt Matters is a podcast all about the energy transition and the shift to a decarbonised economy.

With the current trio of crises facing many consumers around the world—high energy prices, the fallout of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and climate change—energy efficiency is on everyone’s lips. But to actually make these changes necessary, a greater level of dialogue is required to strengthen the narrative around energy efficiency.

Recorded at the IEA’s conference on energy efficiency in Sønderborg, Denmark, our guests this week are Paula Glover, president of the Alliance to Save Energy, Melanie Slade, senior programme manager for energy efficiency in emerging economies at the International Energy Agency, and Andrea Voigt, head of global public affairs at Danfoss.

The panellists agree the key to upgrading energy efficiency with consumers is selecting the correct narrative with the arguments—and policies—that work each region.

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