• Περί φυσικού αερίου στην Κορινθία

    Μετά τις εξαγγελίες ότι το φυσικό αέριο θα έρθει επιτέλους στην Κορινθία, και δεδομένης της καθαρής ενεργειακής μετάβασης που έχουμε στοχεύσει σαν χώρα και σαν Ευρώπη, εύλογα διερωτάται κανείς ότι πώς το φυσικό αέριο, που ανήκει στα ορυκτά καύσιμα, θα συμβάλει στους στόχους αυτούς και πως θα βοηθήσει την κοινωνία τοπικά? Παρακάτω θέτουμε κάποια ερωτήματα […]

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  • Visit our Knowledge Transfer Platform on Article 7 EED

    If you want to learn more on Article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive implementation issues, visit our Knowledge Transfer Platform. It serves as a place of knowledge, learning materials, webinars, case studies, good practice examples and national level information. Our objective is to help national authorities in the implementation of the policies and the […]

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  • [Policy Brief] The role of the Energy Efficiency Directive article 7 in alleviating energy poverty

    H2020 projects SocialWatt and ENSMOV join forces, making use of both projects’ learnings to deliver policy recommendations to improve the consideration of energy poverty through Article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED). Article 7 of the EED specifically requires European member states to consider the need to alleviate energy poverty in their design of […]

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  • ENSMOV: 3 new publications available, on parameters and cost effectiveness for MRV as well as financial sustainability

    Financial Sustainability and Cost Effectiveness of Policies in the Context of Article 7 EED – Article 7 and MRV – Requirements and Best Practice Topics described in this report were chosen based on gaps and needs analyses conducted under the ENSMOV project through survey and desk research. This report focuses on financial topics from the […]

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  • Brief of actions and schemes to consider to tackle energy poverty

    A total of 42 schemes were identified and analysed by the H2020-funded project SocialWatt’s team, based on a number of criteria set. Some of the conclusions include that: the income is frequently used as a proxy to energy poverty, almost all schemes provide information and advice to households, most are funded by a single entity […]

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  • Snapshot of Energy Efficiency Obligation Schemes in Europe (as of end 2019)

    This snapshot, developed in the project ENSMOV, funded by the Horizon 2020 programme, presents an overview of the Energy Efficiency Obligation Schemes (EEOS) in Europe. All these schemes are reported to the Article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED), for the obligation period 2014-2020. EEOS are schemes setting an obligation on energy companies (energy […]

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  • New Horizon2020-funded projects starting for IEECP

    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 […]

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  • [Survey] Provide your views on the barriers to implementing efficiency first in the EU

    The Enefirst Horizon2020-funded project aims at making the fundamental principle of Energy efficiency first operational. The consortium just published its first report on the definition of the E1st approach and seeks to further analyse its broader impact across sectors and markets, with a focus on the building sector. The next step in the project is […]

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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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