Cambodia joins global quest for energy efficiency

It’s a unique accelerator in the bid for sustainable and inclusive growth and the achievement of national climate commitments.

As we all strive to recover from the twin impacts of Covid-19 pandemic and the Russian invasion of Ukraine, charting a new growth path that is more resilient to shocks, more inclusive and less resource-intensive has become a top priority.

The need for a green transition is high on the global policy agenda and an essential element in the ongoing negotiations at the UN Climate Change Conference in Egypt (COP27) from November 6-18.

Among the various measures put forward to achieve this ambition, enhancing energy efficiency is well recognized as a viable way to deliver quick wins on multiple fronts, from reaching bold climate commitments to ensuring national energy security.

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