The EU Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) is an opportunity for Member States to reap the full economic and environmental benefits of energy savings and to pave the way for a more competitive and sustainable Europe.
To urge Member States to aim high, the Coalition for Energy Savings developed a Guidebook for Strong Implementation that breaks down the EU Energy Efficiency Directive into main themes, deadlines, legal checks and good practices, and outlines the top recommendations for complete and ambitious implementation.
Join the Coalition for a three-part webinar series that will teach participants how to navigate the Directive, what ambitious implementation has to offer, and how to get Member States on board.
- 14th October 2013: Setting the Targets and Exploring Energy Efficiency Obligations—Join Eoin Lees, senior advisor to RAP, to gain a better understanding of eligible energy efficiency measures and EEOs as alternative measures. Erica Hope of the European Climate Foundation will preview the overall EU target and its implications for national targetes in Member States.
- 21st October 2013: Key Measures for Reaching the Targets—Dora Petroula of Climate Action Network Europe will discuss opportunities for public building rennovations, while Andreas Formosa of Client Earth previews public procurement options. Randall Bowie of the European Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy will highlight energy audit programs and Katarzyna Wardal of the European Federation of Intelligent Energy Efficiency Services will discuss energy services opportunities. Arnaud Duvielguerbigny of COGEN Europe will disscuss opportunities for supply side efficiency and demand response resources.
- 28th October 2013: Getting on Track and Using the Guidebook to Encourage Strong National Implementation—Ingrid Homes of E3G will provide options for financing programs to meet the EED. Dan Staniaszek of the Buildings Performance Institute Europe will preview national building rennovation strategies.
RAP is a member of the Coalition for Energy Savings and contributed to the Guidebook.