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Country | Type | Sector | End use / Technology | |
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Argentina | Energy savings reduction of 10% in the industry, transport and residential sectors and 12% savings in the services sector by 2016, relative to a 2007 baseline. | Energy consumption | Buildings, Residential, Non-residential, Industry, Transport | |

Australia | A 40% improvement in energy productivity between 2015 and 2030, where productivity is measured as the ratio of economic output (GDP) to primary energy use in petajoules (PJ). | Energy productivity | ||

Austria | Final energy consumption in 2020 must not exceed 1,050 petajoules (PJ) compared to baseline projection of 1320 PJ. | Energy consumption | Multi-sector | |

Belgium | An 18% reduction in primary energy consumption by 2020 relative to a 2007 baseline (53.3 Mtoe). | Energy consumption | ||

Brazil | A 10% reduction in energy consumption (equivalent to a reduction in electricity generation) by 2030. | Energy consumption | ||

Canada | Different energy efficiency targets by State - commitment of Council of Federation of 20% increase in energy efficiency by 2020. | Energy intensity | Multi-sector | |

China | A 15% reduction in energy intensity by 2020 (relative to a base year of 2015), where energy intensity is measured as the ratio of primary energy consumption to economic output (GDP). | Energy intensity | ||

Czech Republic | A 20% reduction in energy consumption relative to 2007 levels by 2020. | Energy consumption | Multi-sector | |

Denmark | A 14.5% reduction in primary energy consumption by 2020 relative to 2006 levels. | Energy consumption | Multi-sector | |

Estonia | A 13.1% reduction in primary energy consumption by 2020 relative to 2006 levels. | Energy consumption | Multi-sector | |

Finland | 48.99 terawatt-hours of cumulative energy savings between 2014 and 2020. | Energy consumption | Multi-sector | |

France | Reduction of final energy consumption to 131.4 Mtoe (excluding international air travel) and primary consumption to 219.9 Mtoe in 2020 (excluding non-energy use and international air travel) where energy consumption is measures as the final energy demand in tonnes of oil-equivalent (toe). | Energy consumption | Multi-sector | |

Germany | A 20% reduction of primary energy consumption by 2020 and 50% by 2050. Reduction is relative to the 2008 baseline year. | Energy consumption | Multi-sector | |

Greece | 3332.7 ktoe of cumulative energy savings between 2014 and 2020. | Energy consumption | ||

Hungary | Total primary energy consumption in 2020 must not exceed 1009 PJ. | Energy consumption | ||

India | Qualitative target of reducing energy intensity though standards and labelling, building codes, DSM, capacity building and human resource development by target year 2018. | Energy intensity | Multi-sector | |

Indonesia | A decrease in energy elasticity a function of GDP to below one by 2025, where energy elasticity is measured as the ratio of the rate of change of total primary energy supply to the rate of change of GDP. | Energy elasticity | Multi-sector | |

Indonesia |
The General Plan for National Energy (RUEN) mandates a reduction in energy intensity by 1 percent annually during the periode of 2015-2025 |
Energy intensity | Multi-sector | |

Indonesia |
The General Plan for National Energy (RUEN) sets target to reduce final energy consumption by 17% by 2025 . The RUEN presents two scenarios,: the Business-as-Usual (BAU) scenario and RUEN scenario |
Energy consumption | Multi-sector | |

Ireland | Primary energy consumption of 173,326 GWh in 2020. | Energy consumption | ||

Italy | 20 Mtoe of primary energy saved per year from baseline year 2014 to target year 2020. | Energy consumption | Multi-sector | |

Japan | An increase in the ratio of next-generation vehicles to all new vehicles by 2030. | Transactional | Transport | Road transport |

Japan | A 13% reduction in energy demand by 2030 by making facilities and equipment more efficient, optimal use of energy and increasing the visibility of energy consumption data. | Transactional | Residential, Transport | |

Japan | Improving uptake of highly efficient lighting equipment (e.g. LED and organic EL lighting). The target is considered a ratio of efficient lighting products to previous products available for purchase (flow) and ratio of efficient lighting products to previous products installed and in operation (stock). | Transactional | Lighting | |

Korea, Republic of | Final energy consumption reduced 13% below business as usual levels by 2035, where consumption is measured as final energy demand in tonnes of oil-equivalent (toe). | Energy consumption | Multi-sector | |

Luxembourg | Primary energy consumption of 52,111 GWh in 2020. | Energy consumption | ||

Mexico | An increase in the amount of final energy consumption covered by regulation from 46% in 2012 to 51% in 2018. | Policy progress | Multi-sector | |

Netherlands | 482 PJ of cumulative primary energy efficiency improvements from 2014-2020. | Energy consumption | ||

Norway | 40 TWh of combined energy savings and renewable energy generation by 2020. | Energy consumption | ||

Poland | 13.33 Mtoe of primary energy savings by 2020. | Energy consumption | ||

Portugal | 10% reduction in final energy consumption compared to baseline year 2008. | Energy consumption | ||

Russian Federation | 40% reduction in the ratio of energy consumption to economic output (GDP) from base year 2007 to target year 2020. | Energy intensity | ||

Saudi Arabia | 30% reduction of electricity intensity from base year 2005 to target year 2030. | Energy intensity | ||

Slovakia | 20% energy savings based on average final energy consumption from 2001-2005. | Energy consumption | Multi-sector | |

South Africa | An overall reduction in forecast final energy demand in 2015 (based on 2000 levels) of 12%. This includes targets for industry and mining (15%), commercial and public buildings (15%), residential (10%) and transport (9%). | Energy consumption | Multi-sector | |

Spain | 24.7% reduction in primary energy consumption by 2020 relative to baseline year 2007. | Energy consumption | ||

Sweden | 20% reduction in the ratio of primary energy consumption to economic output (GDP) from base year 2008 to target year 2020. | Energy intensity | ||

Thailand | A target to reduce energy intensity by 30% in 2036 compared with that in 2010, where energy intensity is measured as the ratio of final energy consumption to economic output (GDP). | Energy intensity | Multi-sector | |

Turkey | 20% reduction in the ratio of final energy consumption to economic output (GDP) from base year 2008 to target year 2023. | Energy intensity | ||

United Kingdom | Final energy consumption of 129.2 Mtoe, equal to 18% reduction in final energy consumption relative to 2007 business-as-usual projection, where energy consumption is measured as the final energy demand in tonnes of oil-equivalent (toe). | Energy consumption | Multi-sector | |

United States | Target to double energy productivity by 2030, where energy productivity is measured as the ratio of economic output (GDP expressed in real terms, deflated to 2005 USD) to primary energy use (mmBTU). | Energy productivity | Multi-sector | |

Morocco | A 5% reduction in energy consumption by 2020. | Energy consumption | ||

Morocco | A 20% reduction in energy consumption by 2030. | Energy consumption | Multi-sector | |

Viet Nam | Under VNEEP, an energy savings goal of 3%–5% of the total energy demand (compared to business-as-usual (BAU)) during 2006–2010 and 5%–8%, equivalent to 11 million TOE to 17 million TOE in the period 2012-2015. In reality the percentage of saving is up to 6% after five years. New target for 2016-2020 is now under proposal. (Decision No. 1427) | Energy consumption | Multi-sector | Other |