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Webinar | Prospects for European Energy Efficiency Policies – Findings from the Energy Efficiency Watch

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Webinar – ¨What prospects for European Energy Efficiency Policies – Findings from the Energy Efficiency Watch¨

 

Over the last 10 years, the importance of energy efficiency in European policy has steadily increased. Today, energy efficiency is a key element on the EU’s political agenda. Policy makers are progressively recognising energy efficiency as a suitable means to address the triple challenge of economic recovery, energy dependency and climate change. Starting in 2006, Energy Efficiency Watch (EEW) projects accompanied this process. The EEW facilitates the implementation of EU energy efficiency policies by collecting information on this process and by providing this information to a variety of stakeholders, including European, national, regional, local policy makers and experts.

 

During this webinar, speakers will discuss the progress in energy efficiency policies in the EU28 as well as the new prospects opened by key proposals of the Clean Energy Package.

 

Time: 11:30 am CET

 

Agenda:

 

Christiane Egger, OÖ Energiesparverband & FEDARENE: “Progress in energy efficiency policies in the EU Member States –  the experts perspective “.


Michiel Rijsberman, European Committee of the Regions, Rapporteur on the Energy Efficiency and Buildings Opinion.

 


Open discussion on the recast proposals of the Energy Efficiency and Energy Performance of Buildings Directives, with members of the European Networks – with the participation of Catrin Maby, FEDARENE rapporteur.

Organiser:
FEDARENE & ENERGY CITIES
Contact Name:
Dominique Bourges
Contact Email: Contact Phone:
+32 (0)2 646 82 10
Source Language:
English