IEECP will present results from H2020 enefirst, while another H2020 project starting late 2020 in which IEECP is partnering will also be presented: MICAT, “Multiple Impacts CAlculation Tool”.
A unique opportunity for stakeholders to know the project objectives of all funded projects in the call lc-sc3-ee-14-2018-2019-2020 (Socio-economic research conceptualising and modelling energy efficiency and energy demand) including its scientific tools (e.g. causal modelling, forecasting, RTC interventions or upscaling energy models) and its potential outcomes. Moreover, a high level discussion with several policy officers will be carried out to seek ways of mutual collaboration.
This event is particularly relevant to EU policy makers, academics, energy modellers, technical experts from utilities and energy consultants.