European Federation of Agencies and Regions for Energy and the Environment



Capturing the vast energy savings potential in Europe’s buildings – 19 November, Brussels

Place & Date: EU Liaison Office of the German Research Organisations (KoWi), Rue du Trône 98, Brussels, Belgium – 19 November 2014, 15.00–17.40

The seminar will take the new Fraunhofer ISI potential study “Study evaluating the current Energy Efficiency policy framework in the EU and providing orientation on policy options for realising the cost-effective Energy Efficiency/saving potential until 2020 and beyond” as the starting point for a discussion on how to realise the vast savings potential in European buildings.

The study has two main objectives: to report on the evaluation of the achievement of the 2020 energy efficiency target of 20%; to discuss energy efficiency potentials in two different time horizons (2020, 2030) mainly in view of a 2030 target frame for energy efficiency. For this purpose the following tasks were carried out:

  • Assessment of the effectiveness of a target selection of national measures and policies up to 2020
  • Decomposition analysis of past energy efficiency achievements
  • Bottom-up modelling analysis of policies up to 2020 based on national and EU policies.
  • Bottom-up modelling of energy efficiency potentials up to 2030.

This annual policy seminar is arranged by eceee in cooperation with Fraunhofer ISI, with support from Energifonden.

To register, please send an e-mail to Ms Anne Bengtson, eceee@eceee.org

The number of seats is very limited (approx. 50 seats). Your participation will be confirmed no later than 15 November.

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