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Investor Days 2016

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Making money flow - strategies to increase energy investments in the European building sector


Investor Days 2016, will take place in Brussels, Belgium, on 22-23 February 2016, one year after the Energy Efficiency Financial Institutions Group (EEFIG) published its final report on recommendations on how to increase investments in energy efficiency. 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.


At the event, project developers, financial institutions, policy makers and other interested stakeholders will gather to evaluate the current situation and the progress achieved, to discuss how to increase deal flow, necessary market solutions and pitch funding to interested developers.


On day 1, the programme includes an opening keynote speech by the European Commission, a presentation of successful financing models by the US Department of Energy, and two sessions covering the progress in implementing the EEFIG recommendations from policy makers and investors views.


On day 2, participants will discuss with investor experts “How to increase deal flow”, learn about emerging solutions and best practices being developed to respond to investor needs, and hear about investment opportunities from project developers, as well as presentations of active funds from investors looking for projects to fund.



For further information on registration, programme etc., please visit the relevant BPIE website.

BPIE, EBC Annex 61: Development of Business Models and Technical Concepts for Deep Energy Retrofits, KEA, ICP Europe, Covenant of Mayors, Climate Alliance, CITYnvest Project
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