June 2020: meet IEECP and hear on topics such as energy poverty, biofuels and renovation business models

Meet (digitally) IEECP in 4 events, from June 18 to June 24!

June 18, 12.00-13.30 – Energy transition: new business models to de-risk investments and kick start the EU building renovation wave

To effectively de-risk investments in the building sector and facilitate the upgrading of building performance and energy efficiency services in Europe, policy, financing and technical tools need to work together in a coordinated and coherent manner. Front running H2020 projects (Launch, SENSEI, Triple-A, NOVICE, QualitEE, QUEST, u-CERT and REHVA) are working to overcome barriers to achieve the doubling of the building renovation rate needed to reach EU’s climate goals.


June 18, 15.30 –17.00 – COVID19, economy, environment and health

The effects of the COVID19 epidemic are closely linked to environmental issues from many perspectives. Starting from the most recent evidence and data collected, the seminar will discuss emerging trends and try to understand cause-effect links and relationships between the various anthropogenic activities and pollution and analyze lessons and hints for the design of environmental policies able to better respond both to emergency situations as the one we just experienced and to more structural challenges such as climate change and global warming.


June 22, 10.30-12.00 – Can Biofuels Drive Our Future?

Will discuss the expectations about the role that biofuels can play in a radical decarbonization of the EU economy, with a focus on the (in)compatibility between what is desirable (desirability criteria) and what is possible (viability and feasibility constraints).


June 24, 9.00-10.30 – Decisive action on energy poverty: solutions from across the EU

The webinar will address multi-stakeholder views on the way energy poverty measures are developed and assessed across Member States. Panel discussion among energy attachés and stakeholders to exchange views on how Members States will continue the important fight against energy poverty, especially in the framework of National Energy and Climate Plans evaluation and update.


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