A new toolkit on Monitoring, Reporting and Verification
This newly released report brings together all relevant resources developed by ENSMOV about Monitoring, Reporting and Verification of Article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive all in one place: parameters and cost effectiveness for MRV, step by step guidance on setting up an MRV system, policy gap analysis and snapshots of Energy Efficiency Obligation Schemes and Alternative Measures in Europe by 2019.
Understanding energy poverty
The issue of energy poverty is getting increasing attention in Europe. Stefan Bouzarovski, professor of human geography at the University of Manchester and chair of ENGAGER the largest network of energy poverty experts, explains this complex phenomenon and its main challenges in the EU. He also provides some best practices and measures that could help alleviating it in the EU.
Get to know the new EC proposal for the EED revision
Last summer, the European Commission presented a package to revise the Energy Efficiency Directive energy savings obligation (Article 8, formerly 7) to align it with the obligation of the EU’s 55% net emissions reduction goal by 2030. In this webinar three speakers from the policymaking, industry and consumer communities gave their perspectives on the new proposals and answered questions from the audience.
How to set up and manage an energy efficiency fund?
Join our online workshop on 7 December to learn best practices on how to build up and manage an energy efficiency fund from countries that have a functioning fund or are in the process of developing one. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss with the speakers.
What role for auctions in the implementation of energy efficiency policies?
Auctions – or other measures involving some competitive elements – have been used in many countries around Europe in the recent years, as separated schemes or within other types of incentives aimed at promoting energy efficiency projects. The case studies presented in this workshop provide concrete advice on how to design and implement this type of instrument and what are its pros and cons.
How IT tools can support implementing energy efficiency policies
Information technology tools are very important for the collection, monitoring and reporting as well as for the evaluation of projects and for overall energy efficiency policies’ results. However, they are seldom considered in relation to energy policies. In this webinar a number of case studies in different countries are presented and discussed with the audience.
KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER PLATFORM
Keep yourself updated on Article 7 of the EED: resources and fora for policy makers and practitioners
At two years from its start, ENSMOV presents in this video its key achievements, and the new topics and upcoming activities shaped on the context of the Fit for 55 package. ENSMOV knowledge transfer platform offers EU and national level information to public authorities and other key stakeholders to support the implementation of energy efficiency policies. It will be enriched with latest legislative developments, learning materials, webinars and case studies. The online forum and the LinkedIn group will give the possibility to share ideas and have direct support from country experts.
ENSMOV (Enhancing the Implementation and Monitoring and Verification practices of Energy Saving Policies under Article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive - EED) is a 3 years European Union Horizon 2020 project running from June 2019 onwards. The project is led by the Institute for European Energy and Climate Policy (http://www.ieecp.org) in the Netherlands.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No.840034