IEECP has a long experience on energy and climate policies, with a specific focus on energy efficiency obligations (article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive – projects such as Horizon2020-funded EPATEE or Ensmov): new projects will start after the summer, which we lead or partner in, reinforcing pillars of IEECP’s work on topics like energy auditing or fuel poverty.
DEESME will focus on improving energy efficiency of SMEs, by providing national authorities with guidelines proposals and recommendations on how to strengthen the national schemes (article 8 of the EED).
EnergEEWatch, building on the existing platform, will enable peer to peer learning in regional and local authorities to timely and accurately define, monitor and verify their sustainable actions.
BeCOOP will focus on unlocking the community energy potential to support the market uptake of bioenergy heating technologies.
StreamSAVE will support Member States in harmonizing accurate, bottom-up energy savings calculations of technical priority actions under Article 7, as well as Article 3 of Member States’ EED reporting.
ENPOR will act to mitigate energy poverty in the private rented sector, making it visible and as far as possible quantifiable, and testing innovative means and targeted energy efficiency support schemes to address it.
We look forward to join renowned organisations on these important topics to build a sustainable future.
These projects, all lasting 3 years, are funded by the Horizon 2020 programme and will result in improved policies and stronger partnerships.