The productivity of the global economy is lagging. A major reason is the huge costs imposed by the inefficient use of energy. Initial estimates suggest that globally we waste 80 percent or more of all the energy consumed within the economy. If we are to regain economic momentum, and if we are to build long-term sustainability, then we must tackle the very large problem of our energy inefficiency. In effect, we need to look for ways to triple or quadruple our current levels of efficiency. This panel will explore the next generation of efficiency improvements and how we might unlock those future benefits. 

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