Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy (AEEE), is one of the leading organisation in India that works on creating awareness about energy efficiency as a resource. AEEE supports policy implementation and is an energy efficiency market enabler with a not-for-profit motive. We promote data-driven and evidence-based energy efficiency policies and research.


Works on closing gaps in end-use energy consumption data, turning such data into useful insights, and creating analytical tools. Its end objective is to support data-driven policymaking, spur markets for energy efficiency products and services, and nudge consumer behaviour.
Advocates for demand as a resource. The team specializes in research on decarbonisation challenges of the energy sector and supports demand flexibility from distributed energy resources. We support the clean mobility transition through sustainable strategies for electrification of transport.
Works to strengthen states’ institutional capacity to use data to identify and monitor energy efficiency (EE) interventions using the State EE Index. We support states in EE policy formulation and provide a convening platform for SDAs and Industry.
Works towards advancing energy efficiency, equity, and visibility of energy in buildings and communities, with a larger goal of creating social value and targeted impact in areas of thermal comfort for all, energy access, and food security. We do this by undertaking cutting-edge research and analysis, policy advocacy and implementation, market transformation, and creating tools and other knowledge products.
Works towards achieving industrial decarbonisation through energy efficiency improvements, low carbon technologies, and material efficiency strategies, supported by enabling policies, business models, and innovative financing. We primarily focus on decarbonising building construction, hard to abate industries like cement and steel, and micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs).

Become a Member

Lead the growth and transformation of the energy sector through AEEE membership! With a host of benefits and customised services, the AEEE membership offers you access to premium network groups, an opportunity to participate in policy dialogues, enhanced brand visibility, and YOUR GOLDEN TICKET to establish partnerships and collaborations.

Reports

Cold Chain Energy Efficiency in India

Compiled by Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy (AEEE) and commissioned by the World Bank Group, in collaboration with the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), our report 'Cold Chain Energy Efficiency in India

View All

State Energy Efficiency Index 2020

The State Energy Efficiency Index 2020 has been developed by Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) and Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy (AEEE).

View All

Enabling cold chain infrastructure development in India

Enabling Cold-chain Infrastructure Development in India: Evolution and Assessment of Policies and Institutional Mapping” report was developed under the Alliance for Sustainable Habitat, Energy Efficiency and Thermal Comfort (SHEETAL) project.

View All

Events

UPCOMING EVENT

Latest Blogs

Strengthening the Electricity (Amendment) Bill 2022- A need for a cautious approach

The Electricity (Amendment) Bill 2022, introduced in Lok Sabha on Aug 8, 2022, stoked up a flurry of ...

Connecting the dots… food loss, farmers’ welfare, broken cold-chain and the launch of the National Logistic Policy

While it is said that India has almost reached production (agricultural produce) self-sufficiency, i ...

A state-wise insight of India’s Building Sector- Policy and Strategy mapping

Housing has been one of the most eminent factors in the process of evolution, derived from the histo ...

Strengthening Sustainable Cold-Chains in Rural India

While it is said that India has almost reached production (agricultural produce) self-sufficiency, i ...

SAHARA: Supporting Affordable Heat Action for Resilient Academic Institutions

India is one of the largest and fastest-growing economies in the world, with its average temperature ...

Tackling embodied carbon from India’s building sector

The Paris Agreement calls for limiting the global temperature increase to “well below 2 degrees Ce ...