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Who developed this toolkit?

This tool has been developed by UNIDO with analytical input from SEforALL under the aegis of Mission Efficiency.

Why did we develop this toolkit?

The objective of this toolkit is to facilitate more integrated support on energy efficiency rather than offering a fragmented approach per sector. We do this by identifying priority sectors by country and leveraging existing tools from both partner programs and platforms, as well as other leading institutions around the world. This tool proposes potential partners by priority sector, to help countries in identifying the right solution providers

In matching priority sectors with existing tools and qualified partners, this tool operationalizes Mission Efficiency’s vision of advancing partnerships between organizations, governments, academia and the private sector to work towards accelerated ambition in countries’ Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and progress towards the 2030 Agenda.

Who is this tool designed for?

The tools included in this database are suitable for households, experts, industry professionals, policymakers and government officials and can be filtered by the level of expertise required.

What type of tools will you find?

We define ‘tools’ in the broadest sense of the word, spanning from written guides, model regulations, and online courses to efficiency calculators, forecasting tools and databases.

We have included tools offering support on energy efficiency across the following sectors: agriculture, commercial and public services, electricity and heat production, manufacturing industries and construction, residential, and transport.

Only publicly available tools funded by governments, multilateral or research organisations have been included in our database, tools designed for profit are not included.

How does the tool work?

1. Country: Select a country from to learn about its energy efficiency score by sector.

2. Matchmaking: The Matchmaking tab allows users to explore Mission Efficiency partners active in the sector of interest.

3. Tools: A menu allows users to explore available tools and resources.

Who can I contact with questions or feedback?

Please [email protected] for questions or comments on the tool.


We express our gratitude for the invaluable support of UNIDO, SEforALL, and the guidance provided by IEA in the creation of this toolkit.

This toolkit is developed by UNIDO and was supported by the UK Government’s Department of Energy Security and Net Zero.