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  • IEECP newsletter November 2018

    IEECP November 2018 newsletter

    Dear IEECP friends and colleagues, we are happy to present you our November 2018 newsletter. This newsletter demonstrates current updates on the EU energy efficiency policy, lessons from European Horizon 2020 projects that we are working on, current topics on the Article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive and other findings in the energy efficiency and climate policy IEECP newsletter November 2018. More specifically:

    PROSPECT project (Peer powered cities and regions - http://www.h20202prospect.eu) - first lessons from cities and regions
    Bridging national, regional and local actions for energy efficiency - a first step in EU funded projects
    EPATEE project - Sharing experience about the evaluation of policies under Article 7 EED
    What's up in the EU Energy Efficiency Legislation?
    Policy Needs from Member States in implementing Article 7 EED
    Energy Governance in Italy

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    We would like to thank you for reading this issue and we are at your disposal for any comment and ideas.

    Kind regards on behalf of the IEECP team

    Institute for European Energy and Climate Policy
    Amsterdam Sloterdijk Teleport Towers, Kingsfordweg 151,
    1043GR, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
    info@ieecp.org/ zsolt@ieecp.org
    +31 70 2500 642
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  • IEECP newsletter March 2018

    Dear IEECP friends and colleagues,

    We are happy to present you our newsletter from the Institute for European Energy and Climate Policy (IEECP) in the Netherlands. This newsletter includes the following articles:IEECP newsletter March 2018

    - EC Horizon 2020 PROSPECT (Peer powered Cities and Regions) - Launching of the learning program - Needs assessment of the local authorities
    - EC Horizon 2020 INTENSS_PA (Integrated Sustainable Energy Planning)
    - IEECP article on effects of RE share in the comparison of primary energy consumption of combined and separate heat and power production
    - EC Horizon 2020 EPATEE (Evaluation into practice to achieve targets for energy efficiency) first outcomes
    - EC Horizon 2020 EMBUILD project - Plan-Invest-Renovate
    - International Energy Policy and Programme Evaluation Conference 2018

    We would like to thank you for reading this issue and we are at your disposal for any comment and ideas.

    Kind regards on behalf of the IEECP team

    Institute for European Energy and Climate Policy
    Amsterdam Sloterdijk Teleport Towers, Kingsfordweg 151,
    1043GR, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
    info@ieecp.org/ zsolt@ieecp.org
    +31 70 2500 642
    Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ieecp
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/ieecp_org

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  • IEECP launches its first newsletter

    Dear IEECP friends and colleagues,

    We are happy to present you our newsletter from the Institute for European Energy and Climate Policy (IEECP) in the Netherlands. This newsletter presents the projects we are involved in and coordinating, namely:IEECP newsletter September 2017

    - EC Horizon 2020 PROSPECT (Peer powered Cities and Regions)
    - EC Horizon 2020 EPATEE (Evaluation Into Practice to Achieve Targets for Energy Efficiency)
    - Handbook on energy governance in Europe
    - CATCH and REBOUND (Transition to low carbon households: catching rebound effects, market imperfections and policy interactions)
    - 4th European Workshop Meeting of the White Certificates Club

    We would like to thank you for reading this issue and we are at your disposal for any comment and ideas.

    Kind regards on behalf of the IEECP team

    Institute for European Energy and Climate Policy
    Groen van Prinstererlaan 290
    2555HZ, The Hague
    info@ieecp.org/ zsolt@ieecp.org
    +31 70 2500 642
    Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ieecp
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/ieecp_org

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  • European Commission H2020 PROSPECT project (Peer Powered Cities and Regions)

    IEECP is the scientific coordinator of the new European Commission H2020 PROSPECT project (Peer Powered Cities and Regions)

    The overall aim of PROSPECT is to enable peer to peer learning in regional and local authorities in order to finance and implement sustainable energy plans. The learning will empower them to make use of best practices in developing financing for these plans. PROSPECT will address the needs of regional and local authorities through developing a complete peer to peer learning program addressing them. The learning process will be focused on how different sustainable energy projects and measures have been successfully financed. Peer to peer learning involves sharing information and experience from each other through mentoring activities, work shadowing, and study tours, among others. Primarily, the networks Eurocities, Energy Cities and FEDARENE will perform “needs assessment and gaps identifications” with public bodies for learning and match these needs with available best practices. Then PROSPECT will select public authorities and agencies and the roles of trainer and trainees will be assigned. The learning program will be divided into five modules that include development of financing for : i) public buildings, ii) private buildings, iii) public lighting, iv) transport (private and public), and v) cross sectional. The overall estimation is for PROSPECT to launch 5 modules per year (fifteen in total) with an average participation of 15 partners per module. This number can differ depending on the demand there is for each module, but as an average value this can be manageable in terms of teaching requirements. The added value of PROSPECT in comparison to other initiatives is that the learning program is not limited to a capacity building process. Instead, the learning curriculum will follow the project steps of energy efficiency finance from the first stages of its development to monitoring its sustainable operation. The learning program will ideally result to the launch of pilot business models and financing partnerships for implementing sustainable energy plans.

    Please join and follow the PROSPECT project

  • EPATEE

    European Commission H2020 EPATEE project (Evaluation Into Practice to Achieve Targets for Energy Efficiency)

    IEECP is participating to the newly launched European Commission H2020 EPATEE project (Evaluation Into Practice to Achieve Targets for Energy Efficiency)

    EPATEE (Evaluation Into Practice to Achieve Targets for Energy Efficiency) is an EU funded project which is aims to give EU Member States tools and knowledge for a better evaluation of their own energy efficiency policies. This project will last 30 months from May 2017 to October 2019, and is led by a consortium of 10 partners from 8 European countries.

    EPATEE will raise the capacity of policymakers and implementers for policy evaluation by providing them with tools and practical knowledge to make consistent impact evaluation an integral part of the policy cycle. It will support EU Member States in distinguishing effective from ineffective policies.
    This support will be based on analysis of existing evaluation experiences regarding a range of instruments, such as energy efficiency obligation schemes, regulations, financial incentives and voluntary agreements. Lessons learnt from these examples will provide the basis for the development of guidelines and good practice evaluation tools.

    Please join and follow the EPATEE project