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Enefirst report – Barriers to implementing E1st in the EU-28

This report is focused on barriers to implementing “Efficiency First” (E1st) in the EU in several policy areas that are linked to energy use in the buildings sector (such as network codes, renewable energy policy, building regulations and others). The Enefirst consortium has released a report identifying persisting barriers to implementing the...

The 2015 Energy Productivity and Economic Prosperity Index

In this policy brief we will show that Europe could double its energy productivity performance on the basis of existing technologies. High Energy – Productivity Growth Scenario would not only bring no appreciable reduction in lifestyle and prosperity; it would...

Capturing the Multiple Benefits of Energy Efficiency

The traditional focus on energy savings as the main goal of energy efficiency policy has, at times, led to an underestimation of the full value of energy efficiency in both national and global economies. Energy efficiency can bring multiple benefits, such as enhancing...

En la sesión I del #WebinarRecuperaciónVerde, se hablará sobre las políticas y mecanismos de decisión necesarios para convertir los fondos EUNextGen en una oportunidad para la economía española.

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As part of this review, we believe it’s crucial that the European Commission establishes a trusted scheme for certifying energy efficiency meters in buildings that can measure actual energy performance improvements. @Energy4Europe @KadriSimson @JorgensenJuul @EUASE https://twitter.com/EUASE/status/1382269554131402753

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