Since 1999, the Energy Efficiency Policies and Measures database has been an indispensable source of information on energy efficiency policies and measures and underpins much of the policy analysis carried out by the IEA. It has primarily covered actions in IEA member countries but today it is expanding, with the aim of becoming the premier source of information on energy efficiency policies and measures globally.
|Year||Country||Title||Policy Type||Sector||End-Use / Technology||Jurisdiction||Status|
|2017||Mexico||Second Regulation of the Energy Transition Law (Reglamento de la Ley de Transición Energética)||Information and education, Voluntary reporting, Voluntary approaches, Negotiated agreements (public-private sector)||Industry, Energy intensive industries, Cross-industry||National||In Force|
|2016||Ireland||EXEED||Strategic planning, Regulatory instruments, Codes and standards, Product standards, Minimum energy performance standard, Building codes and standards, Energy performance||Buildings, Non-residential, Industry, SMEs, Energy intensive industries, Cross-industry, Light manufacturing||Building end-uses, Industry end-uses||National||In Force|
|2014||Philippines||Industrial Energy Management System ISO 50001||Regulatory instruments, Auditing, Regulatory instruments||Industry, Energy intensive industries, Iron and steel, Chemical and petrochemicals, Food and tobacco, Industry||Industry end-uses, Industrial equipment, Boilers, Pumps, Compressors, Industry end-uses||National||In Force|