EU-ASE at 6th EEMI Bauhaus webinar

On Tuesday 25 May 2021, the president of the European Alliance to Save Energy Monica Frassoni participated in the 6th edition of the EEMI Bauhaus series, co-hosted of the Energy Efficient Mortgage Initiative (EEMI) and the EMF-ECBC.

Her intervention covered the role that the EU Taxonomy can play, in the broader framework of the European Green Deal, to change, for the better, the political and economic perspectives of economic stakeholders in the EU and globally. Other speakers included Ligia Bodgan, Senior Manager Global Solutions Future Energy Home & eMobility at E.ON, Vincent Mahieu, Head Energy Efficiency & Regulatory Technology at Hypoport, and Hendrik Jan Luikinga , Chief Investment Officer at Woonnu.

The aim of the EEMI Bauhaus is to stimulate and facilitate cross-sectoral brainstorming on the design of a new Industry value chain, bringing together digitalisation and sustainability in support of the development of Energy Efficient Mortgages (EEM).

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EU-ASE at Recovery Fund e Green Deal: quale transizione energetica per l’UE (Italy)

On Tuesday 25 May 2021, the president of the European Alliance to Save Energy Monica Frassoni took part in the webinar “Recovery Fund e Green Deal: quale transizione energetica per la Ue?” organised by Eunews, an Italian media reporting on political affairs of the European Union.

In her intervention, Monica Frassoni mentioned the importance of setting European and national energy and climate targets. She also underlined the key role to attract green investments that will be played by the Taxonomy, the EU classification system for sustainable investments, and the Fit for 55 legislative package that the European Commission is preparing to present on 14 July.

 The other speakers were Martina Nardi, Member of the Italian Parliament and President of the Committee on Productive Activities; MEP Massimiliano Salini (EPP), Member of the ITRE Committee of the European Parliament; and Hans Van Steen, Adviser: Research and Innovation and Energy Efficiency, Dg Energy, European Commission.

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EU-ASE at Le sfide della transizione ecologica (Italy)

On 29 April 2021, president Monica Frassoni participated in the online event for the presentation of Edo Ronchi’s new book “Le sfide della transizione ecologica” hosted by Fondazione per lo sviluppo sostenibile in Italy.

Monica Frassoni underlined that there are still open questions in Europe: the Green Deal is not yet fully acquired, in the Climate Law there are still aspects to be improved and there are many uncertainties linked to the EU taxonomy for sustainable activities.

The debate was also attended by the mayor of Milan, Beppe Sala, MEP Simona Bonafè and Andrea Illy, President of the Regenerative Society Foundation.

Edo Ronchi, an engineer and politician, is one of the most influential campaigners for the ecological transition in Italy. Having served as Minister of Environment from 1996 to 2000 in three different cabinets, he was the first Green politician to hold a cabinet post in the country.

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EE Global Forum 2021: Building Back Brighter

The numerous challenges and obstacles over the past year showcase that more than ever, the time is now to prioritise energy efficiency in our recovery plans. We are excited to partner with the Alliance to Save Energy for its EE Global Forum 2021 on May 4.

Every year, the Energy Efficiency Global Forum brings together the world’s leaders in energy efficiency to discuss pressing industry issues, identify emerging trends, and connect with peers from dozens of countries around the globe.

With the opportunity to accelerate economic recovery by investing in efficiency and creating an energy system that is more clean, equitable, and productive, this year’s Forum will focus on Building Back Brighter.

Register now for the May 4 virtual event.

 

High-level discussion on Spain’s recovery plan

EU-ASE and the Grupo Español para el Crecimiento Verde hosted an event on Next Generation EU and Spain

On Thursday 22 April (10:00-12:15 CET) we organised, together with the Grupo Español para el Crecimiento Verde, a high-level discussion on the Spanish Recovery and Resilience plan.

The aim of the event was, on the one hand, to analyse in depth how the expectations of the Government and different areas of the Administration regarding the Next Generation EU funds fit with the capacities of the industry and the private sector. On the other hand, to learn in detail about the mechanisms that will be used to channel projects funding.

The webinar Plan de recuperación, resiliencia y sostenibilidad social y ambiental para salir de la crisis saw the participation of representatives of the Spanish government and regional and local authorities.

The event was held in Spanish (no translation provided).

Watch the recording of the event on our YouTube channel

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