EU-ASE Workshop on energy efficiency, gas, and the energy transition

Last 30 of May, EU-ASE held in Brussels the third of a series of workshops on the interrelations between energy efficiency and other actors and forces of the clean energy transition.

This second workshop aimed at getting an overview and understanding of the priorities of gas interested sectors and of the role of gas in the energy transition, notably in terms of it being a “competitor” with energy efficiency and renewable energoy sources when it comes to long term infrastructural choices and funds. A better understanding of the current legislative processes involving gas and its overlap/impact on energy efficiency legislation is also necessary..

For more information and a detailed programme of the workshop click here.

EU-ASE Workshop on the impacts of electric vehicles on energy systems and the role of energy efficiency

Last 28 of May, EU-ASE held in Brussels the second of a series of workshops on the interrelations between energy efficiency and other actors and forces of the clean energy transition.

This second workshop aimed at better understanding electric vehicles’ impact on the energy transition and which are the interrelations and synergies with energy efficiency.

For more information and a detailed programme of the workshop click here.

EU-ASE major player at EE Global Forum and CEM 9

Business representatives from the European Alliance to Save Energy (EU-ASE) attended the EE Global Forum and Clean Energy Ministerial in Copenhagen, where hundreds of energy leaders from nearly 50 countries joined together for actionable dialogue on energy efficiency and partnership-building.

Read the whole report on EU-ASE’s actions in Copenhagen here.

EU-ASE at EUSEW 2018

The European Alliance to Save Energy, along with other organisations, will hold a discussion on “Energy Performance Contracts (EPCs) to foster energy efficiency in the public sector. How to turn difficulties into success?” next June 7 within the context of the European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW). The purpose of the session is to address the current challenges and opportunities for energy efficiency improvements in the public sector and to focus on Energy Performance Contracts (EPCs) as one of the most cost-effective solutions available.

The high-level panel of speakers will have names like Robert Pernetta, Financial Instrument Advisor at the European Investment Bank, or Theresa Griffin, S&D MEP at the European Parliament. Furthermore, our President Monica Frassoni, who will be moderating the discussion, has been appointed as EUSEW’s Ambassador by Commissioner Miguel Arias Cañete.

EUSEW is a month-long series of activities to build a secure energy future for Europe. It brings together public authorities, private companies, NGOs and consumers to promote initiatives to save energy and move towards renewables for clean, secure and efficient power.

Read more about the event and sign up for the session here.

 

 

 

EU-ASE Workshop on Synergies between EE and RES

Last 23 of April, EU-ASE held in Brussels the first of a series of workshops on the interrelations between energy efficiency and other actors and forces of the clean energy transition.

This first workshop aimed at creating a common understanding regarding the complex interplay and possible synergies between the energy efficiency and renewable energy sources potentials in the context of a transition towards a low carbon economy, integrating the latest expertise on the matter.

For more information and a detailed programme of the workshop click here.

 

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