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Energy Efficiency
Sydney, Australia - 7-8 July 2008
Seminar / workshop

Carbon-dioxide emissions from energy consumed by the commercial sector have jumped nearly 30% since 1980.

Energy prices and atmospheric temperatures are rising – putting energy efficiency on everyone’s from burner as smart environmental and business practice. Reducing energy consumption will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and operating, manufacturing, and consumption costs.

By increasing efficiency, businesses and industry can also save money. Energy-management practices and energy-efficiency equipment can reduce a plant’s energy costs by at least 20%.

The benefits of energy efficiency extend far beyond achieving reductions in GHS and operation costs. Reducing demand for energy helps reduce other environmental problems such as poor urban air quality, acid rain and eutrophication. Energy efficiency also contributes to economic and social prosperity. Increased energy efficiency contributes to energy security and makes us more competitive in an increasing globalised world.

7-8 July 2008

Shangri-La Hotel in Sydney, Australia

Contact for booking / more info:
Esther Wong Marcus Evans, CP21, Suite 2101, Level 21, Central Plaza, 34, Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Telephone: +603 2723 6736 Fax: +603 2723 6699 Email:

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