Governments in various jurisdictions around the world are endeavoring to improve end-use energy efficiency, and in some cases to also achieve other objectives, by designing and implementing schemes that place Energy Efficiency Obligations (EEOs) on particular parties. This regulatory mechanism requires obligated parties to meet quantitative energy saving targets by delivering or procuring eligible energy savings. The savings, in turn, must be the result of approved end-use energy efficiency measures.
The International Energy Agency Demand Side Management Programme welcomed David Crossley on June 25, 2014, for a webinar identifying the best practices for designing and implementing an EEO scheme. Dr. Crossley also highlights the results from detailed case studies and provide a unique comparative analysis of 19 different EEO schemes implemented in a range of jurisdictions around the world.
Visit the Leonardo Energy website to view the video and presentation.