DEESME’s Final Project Results in a Nutshell



Energy efficiency in industry and SMEs


As the DEESME project ended, we take a step back to showcase how the project focused on enabling companies to manage the energy transition by taking profit of multiple benefits from energy management and audit approaches.

DEESME provided guidelines and recommendations for national authorities to empower their schemes under article 8 EED (now 11), using the multiple benefits’ approach. The project also identified and shared good practices from national schemes, EU projects, and other initiatives with national authorities and supported them in developing more effective policies dealing with energy audits and energy management systems.

The following report collects and summarises the main project outputs, including policy recommendations for National Authorities in the implementation of Article 11 of the Energy Efficiency Directive, best practices identified on the multiple benefits approach applied to energy audits and management and finally, results from DEESME’s audits in SMEs and how the Multiple Benefits impact their company.

DEESME continues it’s work in the DEESME2050 project, focusing on the furniture sector in Bulgaria, France, Italy and Poland.


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