IEE - Intelligent Energy Europe

Here you can download the PDF version of this Overview article (see below under 'Additional documents'). Enjoy reading, and feel free to send a comment of your own!   Nearly Zero-Energy Buildings – The next challenge
Post date: 27 Mar 2013
Type: News

The Intelligent Energy-Europe is a programme launched by the European Commission in 2003 as a means of supporting the energy efficiency and renewable energy policies which bring the EU closer to its 2020 targets.   The IEE programme is composed of three different financing streams:  
Post date: 26 Mar 2013
Type: Link

The project partners, which include the Covenant signatory city of Cascais, have conducted a number of national trainings on this topic, covering a wide range of aspects including legal frameworks, financial tools, technological solutions, awareness-raising techniques and so forth. All the training resources are available under this link, including the “Training Toolkit for Local Authorities for assisting citizens in retrofitting their homes for energy efficiency”.
Post date: 17 Oct 2012
Type: News

The project started in May 2009 and was completed in April 2012. Energy2B was co-funded by the European Commission programme Intelligent Energy Europe.Results are:
Post date: 2 Aug 2012
Type: News

The 3rd BUILD UP Users & Stakeholders Committee, titled “Have your say: what can IEE do for the buildings sector?”, featured a dynamic, “thinking out of the box” interactive meeting, with valuable feedback and suggestions from national, European and international stakeholders organisations . It also highlighted the latest policy developments around energy efficiency in buildings, as well as the ways in which BUILD UP contributes to disseminate best practices Europe-wide.The programme and presentations of the 3rd BUILD UP Users & Stakeholders Committee are located below.
Post date: 28 Jun 2012
Type: News

Objective of the consultationIntelligent Energy – Europe II (IEE II) is one of the three pillars of the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP) and the main EU instrument for non-technological support in the field of energy. Its objective is to contribute to removal of market barriers that hamper the efficient use of energy and increased use of renewable energy sources.
Post date: 21 Jun 2012
Type: News

It was given by Paweł Wróbel at the conference "Investing in a more energy efficient infrastructure as an economic driver for Poland" that took place on May 23, 2012, in Brussels .The agenda of the conference is available here.   
Post date: 31 May 2012
Type: Publication

 The objectives of the CA ESD are to:Enhance and structure the sharing of information and experiences from national implementation whilst promoting good practice concepts in activities to improve and strengthen Member State implementation of the ESD.Create favourable conditions for an accelerated degree of convergence of national procedures in ESD related matters.Complement the work of the Energy Demand Management Committee (EDMC, Article 16 ESD) 
Post date: 5 Mar 2012
Type: Link