The Energy Resources Act 1989

Passed in 1989
The Act requires the government to authorise, by June 2011, a national energy efficiency programme, to update it and to report annually on progress on its implementation.

The Act sets an incentive to publicly-funded institutions, according to which any savings which were achieved thanks to energy efficiency measures, will be added to the institution's budget.

The act allows the Minister of Energy and Water and the Minister of Finance to put forth regulations regarding ways to promote energy efficiency in the private and public sectors.

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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