• [Lunch Seminar video] I2AM modelling platform first insights – H2020 PARIS REINFORCE

    In this IEECP Lunch Seminar you can hear about from the Horizon 2020-funded project Paris Reinforce, mapping the modelling ensemble and analysing the project I2AM PARIS open-access data exchange platform.  I2AM PARIS enables stakeholders to check modelling capabilities, scenario assumptions and results in an informative way, to access the most relevant and realistic decarbonisation pathways. […]

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  • [Survey] Charting the role of energy efficiency along the cold supply chain

    ICCEE, short for “Improving Cold Chain Energy Efficiency”, is a project supported by the European Commission Horizon 2020 programme. It aims at improving energy efficiency along the cold supply chain of the food & beverage sector, from farm-to-fork. Help ICCEE assess non-energy benefits and behavioural aspects in the cold chain: this survey assessing perceived risks, […]

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  • IEECP joins eceee, the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy

    IEECP is now a member of eceee, the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy. This NGO dedicated to energy efficiency generates and provides evidence-based knowledge and analysis of policies, and facilitates co-operation and networking. This new membership means IEECP will support eceee’s work, making energy efficiency’s voice stronger. https://www.eceee.org/members/ https://twitter.com/eceee_org  

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  • [Report] Risks of Energy Efficiency Financing and Mitigation Strategies Typology

    Energy efficiency is one of the key elements of the EU energy policy. This is reflected in the EU’s existing legislation and the targets to be reached by 2030 and 2050. Specifically, the EU has set the clear commitment to become the first carbon-neutral continent and remain the leader in the clean energy transition at […]

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  • [VIDEO] Hellenic Parliament TV- Discussion on energy poverty, in Greek

    H2020-funded project SocialWatt was presented around disccusions on the energy poverty condition in Greece on the 15th of February 2020. 5 experts participated in a TV show presented by the Hellenic Parliament TV and discussed the current situation in Greece and other European countries. Over 50 million Europeans are facing the energy poverty and are […]

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  • [Event presentations] Article 7 of the EED: ENSMOV and White Certificates Club seminar presentations are available

    The 5th WCC Meeting was jointly organised by ENSMOV and the White Certificates Club. With around 70 participants from 12 countries, it provided an overview of the policies implemented by EU Member States for article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive. National level set ups and forecasts as well as snapshots of Energy Efficiency Obligation […]

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  • [Report] Rewarding energy efficiency for energy system services through markets: opportunities and challenges in Europe

    Energy efficiency provides a diverse set of values to the energy system, some of which can be rewarded through mechanisms such as capacity markets and network procurement programmes and others which require dedicated energy efficiency programmes. To turn this set of values into bankable energy efficiency projects a number of steps need to be taken. […]

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  • [Report] Status quo of energy poverty and its mitigation in the EU: report and interactive map

    H2020 SocialWatt aims to enable obligated parties under Article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive across Europe to develop, adopt, test and spread innovative schemes to alleviate energy poverty. Appropriate tools developed within the project will help utilities and energy suppliers effectively identify energy poor households, as well as develop and monitor schemes that focus […]

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  • [Report] Monitoring guidelines for successful knowledge exchanges in the H2020 ENSMOV project

    Establishing a successful knowledge exchange amongst Member States on issues related to Article 7 of the EED is the main objective of ENSMOV. To ensure quality and timely reaction in constantly improving the programme, ENSMOV has set measurable targets, both tangible and intangible, for all the project strategic and operational objectives, which focus on the […]

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  • [Report] Efficiency First is not just another name for energy efficiency: Enefirst defines and contextualizes the principle

    Efficiency First (E1st) is now an established principle of EU energy policy. It has been embedded in various legislative pieces of the Clean Energy for All package in 2018-2019. This report reviews the background of this concept and existing definitions in order to draw a definition that can serve as a basis for the Enefirst […]

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  • [Report] EPATEE provides policymakers and implementers policy evaluation tools and practical knowledge

    EPATEE (Evaluation Into Practice to Achieve Targets for Energy Efficiency) is an EU-funded project which last from May 2017 to October 2019, led by a consortium of 10 partners from 8 European countries. The last project report brings us a summary of the main project outputs, findings and achievements. Below is a short project summary […]

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  • [Policy brief] PARIS REINFORCE modelling features and capabilities

    The fundamental aim of the Horizon 2020-funded PARIS REINFORCE is to enhance and improve climate policy making. In order to do this, the consortium has access to a range of sophisticated climate-economic scientific models. A key novelty of the project is its devotion to ‘demand-driven’ research. That is, the questions these models will provide insights […]

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  • Did you say efficiency first?

    Enefirst partners joined forces to bring a comprehensive yet clear and practical definition of the efficiency first principle, to identify policy areas where it can be applied to achieve the highest impact in terms of energy system benefits. The Horizon 2020-funded project will make the efficiency first principle operational in order to better understand its […]

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  • PARIS REINFORCE First Stakeholder Council Dialogue

    The #H2020 PARIS REINFORCE 1st Stakeholder Council Dialogue will take place on November 21st, in Bruegel (Rue de la Charité 33, 1210 Brussels, Belgium). Over the course of the projects’ three years, a Stakeholder Council will be developed and engaged with, embodying a diverse group of representatives, including national and EU policymakers; trade unions; industry […]

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  • EC H2020 PARIS REINFORCE just started!

    The Kick-off Meeting of the new #H2020 PARIS REINFORCE project took place on 10th & 11th of June in Athens, Greece. The EC Horizon 2020 #PARISREINFORCE is a 36 months project coordinated by EPU-NTUA, with the overarching aim to underpin #climate #policymaking with authoritative scientific processes and results, and enhance the science-policy interface, in light […]

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  • Horizon 2020 ENSMOV project (on Article 7 EED) just started!

    Our new EC Horizon 2020 ENSMOV project “Enhancing the Implementation and Monitoring and Verification practices of Energy Saving Policies under Article 7 of the EED” has just started! IEECP Vlasis Oikonomou, Mia Dragovic Matosovic and Jean Sebastian Broc will be leading a group of 15 organisations (energy agencies, policy think tanks and associations of technical […]

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