11 December 2019, Paris
This seminar was jointly organised by the EC Horizon 2020 ENSMOV project and the White Certificates Club and it officially launched the first ENSMOV cycle of the learning programme.
With around 70 people present from 12 countries, it provided an overview of the policies implemented by EU Member States for the article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive.
National experts gave feedback about what has happened in their country in the recent years, and what is upcoming for the next years.
The seminar also presented the snapshots about Energy Efficiency Obligation Schemes (EEOS) and a selection of alternative measures.
The morning was focused on EEOS and the afternoon on alternative measures.
In addition, the first ENSMOV results were presented, including the newest Gap analysis on the issues of policy redesign, implementation, and monitoring and verification, which you can find here.
The agenda and presentations of the event are found below
Session on Energy Efficiency Obligation schemes
Insights from the Concerted Action EED, by Ulla Suomi (Motiva)
The ENSMOV project introduction and gap analysis, by Mia Dragovic Matosovic (IEECP) and Sam Thomas (RAP)
Snapshots of energy efficiency obligation schemes in Europe, by Jean Sebastian Broc (IEECP)
Last key figures on French White Certificates, by the General Directorate on Energy and Climate
Italian White Certificate scheme lessons learned, by Dario di Santo (FIRE)
White Certificate scheme in Poland, by Tadeusz Skoczkowski (KAPE)
Energy Efficiency Obligation scheme of Austria, by Bettina Reidlinger (AEA)
Experiences from the application of the EEO scheme in Greece, by Christos Tourkolias (CRES)
Energy Efficiency Obligation scheme in Ireland, by Josephine Maguire (SEAI)
Stakeholder needs assessment on the implementation of the Article 7 EED, by Bettina Reidlinger (AEA)
Session on alternative measures
Snapshot of alternative measures, by Wojciech Stanczyk (KAPE)
Energy efficiency agreements in Finland, by Ulla Suomi (MOTIVA)
Towards a competition based energy efficiency funding program in Germany, by Felix Suerkemper (Wuppertal Institute)
Corporate tax incentive for energy efficiency investments in Hungary, by Aniko Palffy (MEKH)
Energy Efficiency scheme in Czech Republic, by Gabriela Prokopova (Ministry of Industry and Trade)
Energy Saving Agreements in Lithuania, by Tadas Norvydas (LEA)
Sweden’s Alternative approach for Article 7 EED, by Nils Borg