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Energy efficiency is less ostentatious and concrete compared to renewable energy, a hot topic in the power sector at the moment. Yet it has an equally important role in the future of energy systems in Latin America, as well as the rest of the world. This report will focus on four main areas of relevance to the electric power industry in Latin America: policy support for energy efficiency, transmission and distribution losses, certain demand-side efficiency measures, and new business and financing models.
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