This panel discussion will introduce model minimum energy performance standards (MEPS) for air conditioners and refrigerators that were developed by United for Efficiency for use by policymakers. The model MEPS offer a cost-effective approach to enhance availability of highly-efficient technologies and limit inefficient products in markets where adopted.
In a discussion moderated by CLASP Senior Manager for Climate Ana Maria Carreño, panelists will discuss the process to define the model MEPS, considerations for policymakers seeking to adopt the regulation, and other benefits for developing and emerging economies. There will be opportunities for audience questions.
This event is part of CLASP's Climate-Wise Cooling campaign, which centers the climate implications of growing global cooling demand.
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