Carbon Policy - How robust measurement and verification can improve policy effectiveness

This book puts forward the case for incorporating more robust Measurement Reporting and Verification in the development of carbon abatement policy. Its focus is on policies that aim to reduce the energy use and resultant carbon emissions of buildings. It examines a range of policy types, provides case studies, and shows how to incorporate robust measurement and verification into policy design. More

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About Bruce Rowse

Bruce Rowse is the founder and director of CarbonetiX, a company that specialises in reducing energy use and thus carbon emissions in existing buildings. A mechanical engineer, he is accredited by the Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating (AIRAH) as a commercial energy auditor. He is a Certified Energy Manager and a Certified Measurement and Verification Professional.

Bruce can be contacted via bruce at the carbonetix website domain


Introduction to book: Carbon Policy, how robust M&V can improve policy effectiveness
This short video is an introduction to Carbon Policy, how robust measurement and verification can improve policy effectiveness by providing greater certainty of policy outcomes. It briefly outlines the books contents and explains why good M&V, or measurement, reporting and verification (MRV) is important to carbon abatement policy and climate policy effectiveness.


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