Report on matchmaking of technical assistance tools and needs on Article 7
The ENSPOL final report is Directive 2012/27/EU, are the Energy Efficiency Directive EED, requires each Member States to apply an energy efficiency obligation scheme (EEOs) or alternative policy measures that would deliver a certain amount of end-use energy savings over the 2014-2020 obligation period. The ENSPOL project’s main aim is to support member states who intend to set up new EEO schemes. Starting from experiences of existing obligation schemes is one corner stone to reach this objective. Therefore, this deliverable describes and analyses the existing EEO schemes in the European Union: Flanders (Belgium), France, United Kingdom, Denmark, Poland and Italy. Based on the results and the lessons learned, member states opting for EEOs can further improve the design of their new EEO in order to be more effective in reaching the energy efficiency objectives.