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On the road: A report from ManagEnergy workshops

 Managenergy is charged with organizing 45 capacity building workshops around Europe in the period 2012-14. Following the adoption of the Energy Efficiency Directive, a key focus of the workshops is to pave the way for a well functioning energy...

‘No sustainable growth without sustainable energy’ - Oettinger

‘In 2011, for the first time, European investments in renewable energies were higher than for conventional fuels. Europe already produces over 3.8 GW from wind power alone!’ said Oettinger, adding that there would be ‘no sustainable economic growth...

A guide to Energy Performance Contracts and Guarantees

A number of common Energy Performance Contracts (EPCs) models - shared savings and variable contract terms - are explained and a number of short case studies are outlined. It also illustrates the EPC procurement stages and identifies contractual...

EPEC Guidance on Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings

This Guide provides information on the structuring of EPCs for public buildings and refers to additional sources of good practice. Furthermore, the Guide is designed to help readers address the challenges of reducing the energy consumption and GHG...

Energy efficiency & public-private partnerships: What you need to know

Could you tell us about EPEC’s work, especially how it relates to investments in energy efficiency and renewable energy?EPEC was established in September 2008 as a unique cooperative initiative of the EIB, the European Commission...

Looking forward to Croatian accession to EU

In October 2005, the EU and nine countries of South-East Europe (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo-UNMIK and Romania) signed the Energy Community Treaty, which...

Energy performance contracting: Boon for the public sector in Slovenia?

Energy efficiency has increasingly come to be regarded as an important energy resource in itself. Still, despite the benefits energy efficiency investment brings to society as a whole, its full potential has not yet been tapped for...

A More Prominent Role for Europe's Cities in EU Regional Policy

Mentioning a '20% increase in energy efficiency' as one of the main priorities set out in the Europe 2020 strategy for 'smart, sustainable and inclusive growth,' Hahn spoke firmly about the important role of cities in acheiving these ends: 'There...

Power to the people; The Emergence of Renewable Energy Cooperatives in Europe.

The main aim of REScoop 20-20-20, a new IEE-supported initiative (launched in April, 2012) according to Dirk Vansintjan, the project’s coordinator, ‘... is to bring to the surface all the renewable energy cooperatives around Europe; all the pioneers...

Cost-effectiveness of Cohesion Policy Investments in Energy Efficiency

The European Court of Auditors has assessed whether Cohesion Policy investments in energy efficiency were cost-effective, and will be holding a press briefing on the main findings on 14 January 2013. The cost of increased energy consumption, the...