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Numerous studies have confirmed that enormous energy saving potentials of 60 to 85% can be realised by improving appliance energy efficiency, and that these are cost-effective and at the same time reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
As new technologies may allow even higher energy savings, global electricity demand for appliances in 2030 could be reduced by 1,500 TWh/yr, with the right policy support.
This guide was designed to help you find appropriate technologies and to operate appliances efficiently to reach ultra-low-energy consumption levels.
For this purpose the Appliances Guide
What users can save
Obtain expert advice on how much energy, water, and money users can save when purchasing the most energy-efficient appliances of a type available today. See also how much more could be saved through next generation appliances. Explore examples of good practice appliances, with information on cost and saving potentials.
Limiting World Energy Use
Design Options for Manufacturers
Read detailed information for technical design options to further improve the energy efficiency of appliances, including key messages, potentials to energy efficiency, costs and savings.
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