2015 International Scorecard Self Scoring Tool

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Authors

Rachel Young, Chetana Kallakuri, Sarah Hayes

Description:

This new Excel-based tool applies the data and methodology of the 2014 International Energy Efficiency Scorecard and extends the reach of its analysis. Users of the tool can input qualitative and quantitative data from their own country, region, or smaller jurisdiction to get a snapshot of their energy efficiency progress compared to 16 of the world’s largest economies. The tool generates custom energy efficiency scores using 31 metrics in areas such as public policy, buildings, industry, and transportation, as well as an overall score out of a possible 100 points. A new country, South Africa, is included as a self-scoring example.

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