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The Boardroom Perspective: How Does Energy Efficiency Policy Influence Decision Making in Industry?

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  • Julia Reinaud

    (Institute for Industrial Productivity)

  • Amelie Goldberg

    (Institute for Industrial Productivity)

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The rationale for an individual company making an investment that will reduce energy consumption varies considerably and depends on a range of factors. This report delves into the major factors or driving forces that decision makers within a large industrial company take into account when deciding to make new investments - the so-called "boardroom perspective". It explores the factors that influence companies to invest in energy savings and proposes a methodology to evaluate the effectiveness of a country's energy efficiency and greenhouse gas mitigation policies mix from this boardroom perspective

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  • Julia Reinaud & Amelie Goldberg, 2012. "The Boardroom Perspective: How Does Energy Efficiency Policy Influence Decision Making in Industry?," IEA Energy Papers 2012/2, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:ieaaaa:2012/2-en
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