• Best wishes from the IEECP team!

    In 2020, we celebrate 5 years of work towards the energy transition and a sustainable future. For 2021, we look forward to a continued fruitful collaboration with many new projects together, and wish you all the best for the Holiday season! The IEECP team

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  • Column for eceee: Time for energy efficiency to be valued as grid resource, by RAP and IEECP

    Samuel Thomas, from the Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP) and Filippos Anagnostopoulos from IEECP, co-author a column for eceee, introducing a concept studied in the H2020-funded project SENSEI, P4P – Pay for Performance. A quick and valuable read! —————————————————————————————————— What if you, as an electricity consumer, could get compensated fairly for the energy you did not […]

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  • BECoop – A people-powered energy system: activating the community energy market for bioenergy

    In the updated Renewable Energy Directive II (RED II), the EU clearly considers community energy as a key factor for future Renewable Energy (RE) market uptake and mandates Member States to implement regulatory frameworks for enabling and facilitating this process. At the same time, several barriers prevent citizens from becoming (bio)energy producers and bioenergy projects […]

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  • [IEECP newsletter] November/December 2020 – already 5 years!

        Download as pdf        View online in html —————————————————————————– Amidst the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, the evolutions in the energy policy in the EU are ongoing and Member States are finalizing their plans for the Recovery Package. These plans include a great deal of supporting energy investments and they should contribute directly […]

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  • H2020 PROSPECT ends, with much resources for regional and local authorities to finance and implement their SECAPs

    After three and a half years of hard work, this is time for the H2020-funded PROSPECT project to end, but not without great successes and achievements to look back at! Innovative financing is often an option for climate projects, but cities, municipalities and regions need to know how to activate and use it: PROSPECT filled […]

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  • 7 H2020 projects partner up to advise EU leaders how to prepare buildings for the energy transition

    The transition to a forward-looking climate neutral economy, announced in the European Green Deal, demands an action plan where public and private sector investments are channeled towards climate-friendly technologies and business models. To support this transition, the SENSEI H2020-funded project, together with 6 other H2020 projects – Triple-A, LAUNCH, Ambience, NOVICE, QUEST, RenOnBill and U-CERT […]

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