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E NERGY T RANSFORMED : S USTAINABLE E NERGY S OLUTIONS FOR C LIMATE C HANGE M ITIGATION M ODULE A U NDERSTANDING , I DENTIFYING AND I MPLEMENTING E NERGY E FFICIENCY O PPORTUNITIES FOR I NDUSTRIAL /C OMMERCIAL U SERS BY T ECHNOLOGY This online textbook provides free access to a comprehensive education and training package that brings together the knowledge of how countries, specifically Australia, can achieve at least 60 percent cuts to greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. This resource has been developed in line with the activities of the CSIRO Energy Transformed Flagship research program, which is focused on research that will assist Australia to achieve this target. This training package provides industry, governments, business and households with the knowledge they need to realise at least 30 percent energy efficiency savings in the short term while providing a strong basis for further improvement. It also provides an updated overview of advances in low carbon technologies, renewable energy and sustainable transport to help achieve a sustainable energy future. While this education and training package has an Australian focus, it outlines sustainable energy strategies and provides links to numerous online reports which will assist climate change mitigation efforts globally . C HAPTER 1: C LIMATE C HANGE M ITIGATION IN A USTRALIA S E NERGY S ECTOR L ECTURE 1.3: I NTEGRATED A PPROACHES TO E NERGY E FFICIENCY AND L OW C ARBON T ECHNOLOGIES
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  • Renewable Energy, Energy development, World energy resources and consumption, Peak oil, Efficient energy use, Sustainable energy

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