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Delivered by a research partnership between EEVS and Bloomberg New Energy Finance, and supported by Bird & Bird, Bellrock, Minimise Energy, and the Environmental Industries Commission, the latest issue of the UK Energy Efficiency Trends report (Volume 20) shows a quiet quarter, but with efficient lighting continuing to dominate the technologies list.

 

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Volume 20 Overview

Published: September 2017
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  • Supplier confidence flattened this quarter after 12 months’ of incremental increases that have taken the EEVS/Bloomberg Market Monitor from negative sentiment into positive territory.
  • The sector’s view on Government action also remains negative - 6 out of 10 suppliers now considering energy efficiency policy to be ineffective.
  • High efficiency lighting further extended its domination of the energy efficiency technology list this quarter; at almost 70% reported uptake, lighting projects now account for more than double that of the next most popular technology (lighting controls).
  • Almost 80% of consumers expect investments to payback within 5 years.

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