The agenda of the 2 days and the presentations are available on the DG Regional Policy website here.This presentation comes from: Session 2 – Financial instruments for energy efficiency investments (Chair: Antonio Goncalves, Acting Head of Unit, DG REGIO)Workshop and Conference on Energy Efficiency
Post date: 22 Feb 2012
Does anybody have an overview of the various national funding schemes for improving energy efficiency of buildings and/or support schemes for implementing supply of alternative energy?
We know that there are different measures taken in different Member States. Does anyone know of comparisons that could indicate what is working and what is not?
Jacob Ravn Thomsen
Post date: 14 Feb 2012
BSH is the market leader in the field of resource-saving domestic appliances. The company carries out research and development (R&D) in five locations in Germany, investigating the potential for improving energy efficiency and saving resources across a wide range of domestic appliances. Small household appliances as well as larger ones such as refrigerators, washing machines and driers are to be further optimised in terms of their energy consumption.
Post date: 27 Jan 2012
Report Number E118
Post date: 10 Jan 2012
Renewable energies, energy efficiency and innovations for the energy turnaround: broadly-based financing offers for private persons, enterprises and municipalitiesExpanded range of energy and environmental financing for enterprises starting 1 January 2012
Post date: 9 Jan 2012
CO2 emissions reduced by 1 million tonnes in 2010Over 40% of CO2 reductions the required annually by private households until 2020 have been achievedHeating cost savings of EUR 6.4 billionInvestments of over EUR 22 billion secured 287,000 jobs for at least one year
Post date: 22 Dec 2011
The report is structured as follows:• Section 2 presents the barriers to financing energy efficiency projects;
Post date: 9 Dec 2011
Post date: 9 Dec 2011
The long-term goal of the plan is to implement an energy and transport network that relies solely on renewable energy sources. By 2020, the initiatives will lead to extensive reductions in energy consumption, making it possible for half of the country’s electricity consumption to be covered by wind power. Coal is to be phased out of Danish power plants by 2030. And by 2035, all electricity and heating will be generated using renewable sources.
Post date: 30 Nov 2011
Post date: 10 Nov 2011