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Energy Efficiency Watch Survey Report 2015 - Estonia

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Energy Efficiency Policies in Europe - Analysis of National Energy Efficiency Action Plans and Policies in EU Member States 2014

 

The Energy Efficiency Watch project aims to portray the progress made in the implementation of energy efficiency policies across the European Union. Under the framework of this project, an expert survey on the implementation of energy efficiency policies in all 28 Member States was conducted. The project also screens the National Energy Efficiency Action Plans (NEEAPs) in order to highlight strengths and weaknesses of national energy efficiency policy packages. In order to gain a business perspective on the benefits and challenges of energy efficiency policies a business stakeholder consultation and specific workshops were held in a number of Member States.

 

The Energy Efficiency Watch project is an Intelligent Energy - Europe project coordinated by EUFORES. The project partners are eceee, Energy Cities, FEDARENE, Upper Austrian Energy Agency, Wuppertal Institute and Ecofys.