One year ago, the Energy Efficiency Financial Institutions Group (EEFIG) published its final report on recommendations on how to increase investments in energy efficiency. 12 months later, Investor Days 2016, taking place on 22-23 February 2016 in Brussels, Belgium, will give the opportunity to evaluate the current situation and the progress achieved, to discuss how to increase deal flow, necessary next market solutions and pitch funding to interested developers.
This 2-day event provides a line-up of expert speakers, high level decision-makers and an agenda addressing a wide range of topics related to financing energy saving measures in the building sector. Speakers from financial institutions and governments, as well as investors and project developers will:
- describe future political plans to increase funding in the field of energy efficiency, with a focus on the building sector;
- discuss institutional and project-level investors’ needs from the market to invest in energy efficiency and renovation of the European building stock;
- identify the leading sources of funding from the most engaged investors in Europe;
- review best practices and case studies of project development that increase bankability;
- highlight investment opportunities;
- review the progress made on the EEFIG recommendations and implementation by policy-makers, financial institutions and other market players.
Furthermore, the event will give opportunities for investors, developers and government officials to discuss partnerships and deals.
The event is organised by BPIE, ICP Europe, KEA and EBC Annex 61: Development of Business Models and Technical Concepts for Deep Energy Retrofits, in partnership with The Covenant of Mayors, the Climate Alliance and the City Invest Project.
For further information, please visit the relevant BPIE website.