Moritz Schäfer

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To honour the European forerunners in the field of energy efficiency, the “European Energy Service Initiative“ (EESI), an initiative coordinated by the Berliner Energieagentur, will bestow the “European Energy Service Award“ (EESA) for the sixth time. The Award comes in three categories: the Best Energy Service Promoter distinguishes active market facilitators that essentially
Post date: 15 Apr 2011
Type: News

The aim of the award which is initiated by Berliner Energieagentur is to show the increasing importance of private Energy Service Companies (ESCO) in reaching climate protection and energy efficiency targets. The Media Award honours the performance of engaged journalists who popularise and illustrate the subject of energy services to the large public and specialized audience and, hence, contributed to its stronger dissemination.
Post date: 14 Mar 2011
Type: News

Are you a forerunner for energy services in Europe?  We are searching for the Best! Are you an innovative energy service provider, have you promoted energy services in a remarkable way or have you been successful in implementing an outstanding energy service project? Apply now for the European Energy Service Award 2010! http://www.european-energy-service-initiative.net/eu/eesa.html
Post date: 4 Feb 2011
Type: News

The EU wishes to better tap the possibilities and potentials of energy services in the future and has therefore brought to life the European Energy Service Initiative in 2009. Considering the depletion of non-renewable resources and global climate change, new solutions for energy supply become increasingly important. Energy service companies (ESCOs) in Europe are already showing that energy efficiency and profitability do not contravene. Innovative Energy Performance Contracts can reduce energy consumption of buildings by 25 percent and more.
Post date: 8 Apr 2010
Type: News