This report summarises the work carried out during the first year of the Concerted Action for the Energy Services Directive II (CA ESD) for the topic: "Measuring impacts of energy efficiency policies and measures‟. The objective of the work was to obtain an overall picture of the methods used to calculate the energy savings calculations for the 2nd National Energy Efficiency Action Plans (NEEAPs) in Member States (MS). The work also covered reporting of the savings in the 2nd NEEAPs and how MS have used this information in other purposes.
Post date: 10 Sep 2013
This report summarises the findings within the Concerted Action (CA) of Member States’ experiences in writing the 2nd National Energy Efficiency Action Plan (NEEAP) and its role in the policy process in different countries, covering both successes and challenges. Regardless of their specific role in different countries NEEAPs play an important role in all Member States. In general NEEAPs raised the profile of energy efficiency in Member States and provided an impetus for increased cooperation between authorities.
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Šioje brošiūroje pateikiami Nacionalinių efektyvaus energijos vartojimo veiksmo planų ir efektyvaus energijos vartojimo politikos įgyvendinimo ES tyrimo peržiūra. Be to, kad šioje brošiūroje yra nagrinėjama bendra valdymo struktūra ir sektorių politika, ji taip pat yra geros efektyvaus energijos vartojimo praktikos pavyzdžių rinkinys.
Post date: 14 Aug 2013
ENNEREG developed and implemented regional Sustainable Energy Action Plans (SEAPs) to steer the sustainable energy process in the following regions: Upper Palatinate, Germany; Cyclades, Greece; Triangle, Denmark; Basque, Spain; Madeira, Portugal; Silistra, Bulgaria; Kaunas, Lithuania; Blekinge, Sweden; Rhône Alpes,
France; Wales, UK; Pomerania and Wielkopolska, Poland.
Post date: 6 Aug 2013
The ManagEnergy Annual ConferenceThe 2013 ManagEnergy conference played a central role at this year’s EUSEW. The conference, jointly organised with the Covenant of Mayors,opened EUSEW 2013. Its themes focused on current political, economic and social concerns and the need for new financial models to boost sustainable energy investments in Europe.
Post date: 29 Jul 2013
A general section of the web training gives a brief introduction to the topic, while four thematic sections go deeper into how to procure buildings, catering, transport and IT in a sustainable way. “Expert bodies in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany and a few other countries came together in 2011 to find a solution to the lack of training material and training efforts in green public procurement, and their knowledge sharing resulted in this training material”, says Daniel Sköld, project leader of the Baltic GPP project at SEMCo.
Post date: 1 Jul 2013
There is an urgent need to increase the energy efficiency of European building stock. Buildings account for 40 percent of total energy consumption in the European Union.
Nearly zero energy buildings (NZEBs), a new generation of low energy buildings, with integrated renewable energy sources, increased levels of comfort and limited environmental impact, will play a pivotal role in improving European building stock.
Post date: 21 Jun 2013
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