Thursday 4 May 2017, 10:00 am – 11:30 am CEST
The 2016 Clean Energy for all Europeans package of the EU Commission has reinforced the position of energy efficiency policies in the EU’s political agenda. One of the three key objectives of these proposals is to “put energy efficiency first” in the EU’s energy and climate legislations. European policymakers consider energy efficiency to be crucial in reaching the EU’s long-term energy and climate targets.
It is in this defining period that the Energy Efficiency Watch (EEW) project has launched a series of webinars, in order to assess the state of play of EU energy efficiency policies in the ongoing legislative process of the EU Clean energy package. Since 2006, the EEW projects have accompanied the development of European energy efficiency policies. EEW has facilitated the implementation of EU energy efficiency policies by collecting feedback from local and regional players (e.g. local authorities, energy agencies, R&D sector, consultants, NGOs, associations and business sector), and by screening the 28 National Energy Efficiency Action Plans (NEEAPs). The EEW projects have also provided a constant feedback loop on the implementation of European and national energy efficiency policies.
In this upcoming webinar, speakers will present EEW policy recommendations based on screening of national energy policies, with a special focus on financing building renovation.
- EEW3 Policy Recommendations – Daniel Becker, Ecofys
- Smart Finance for Smart buildings – learning from EU good practices – Björn Zapfel, EASME
- Super Homes - Paul Kenny, Tipperary Energy Agency
Moderation by Kristina Dely, Energy Cities
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