In this IEECP Lunch Seminar you can hear about from the Horizon 2020-funded project enefirst,
This video introduces the concept of efficiency first and its history, presents the project definition of E1st and some examples at the macro-level, reminds the project goals.
Enefirst has a focus on buildings but also the energy systems supplying these buildings.
The project has a variety of partners, some focusing on policy analysis or modelling.
Jean-Sébastien Broc presents a report focusing on examples and how they were classified, making a link to another IEECP-coordinated project, SENSEI.
What are the barriers to E1st? and what is the difference with barriers to energy efficiency? This is the focus of one of the latest enefirst reports.
Next steps include screening policy areas to focus on.
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The project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 839509.