Reducing energy consumption is not only good for the bottom line, it is also good for the environment, and in some cases, needed for compliance with government initiatives. In Taiwan, for example, the government is actively promoting various energy efficiency and conservation programs, with a target of increasing building energy efficiency by 33 percent by 2025.1
In the U.S., 30 percent of the energy used in an average commercial building is wasted, making the potential to reduce energy consumption enormous. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Building Technologies Office (BTO) is targeting a 20-percent energy-use reduction in commercial buildings by 2020, and even greater savings by 2030.
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Asia Europe Energy Policy Research Network for on Taiwan, October 23, 2013, http://esi.nus.edu.sg/docs/default-source/doc/taiwan(23oct2013).pdf.