Policy prioritization refers to the selection, resource allocation, and time-ordering of specific policy actions to reduce energy demand according to existing national targets. While energy demand is often forecast according to macroeconomic trends (e.g., population and GDP), development of effective policies requires a more detailed picture that includes use patterns in households, services, industry, and transport as well as growth trends in specific energy end uses (e.g., air conditioners and electric vehicles). A meaningful model of energy use is based on detailed base year data and projects energy consumption, related emissions, and peak electricity demand. Once these are in place, sensible plans or roadmaps can be developed detailing how the energy efficiency policies listed above can contribute to national goals. Technical assistance in this area involves providing modeling expertise to develop the aforementioned results, but more importantly builds local capacity within the appropriate ministries to continue this work and also helps communicate the value of energy efficiency policy to political leaders.