eceee 2017 Summer Study 
Partners & Contributors

eceee would like to thank all partners for their support. Without it, it would not have been possible to organise the event.

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Glass for Europe
KR Foundation


Endorsing Partners




Agence de L'Environnement et de la Maîtrise de l'Energie, the French Environment and Energy Management Agency. ADEME’s mission is to encourage, supervise, coordinate, facilitate, and undertake operations with the aim of protecting the environment and managing energy. It’s priority areas are energy, air, noise, transport, waste, polluted soil and sites, and environmental management.

CLASP. An independent, non-profit organisation, CLASP improves the environmental and energy performance of the appliances and related systems we use every day, lessening their impacts on people and the world around us. CLASP develops and shares practical and transformative policy and market solutions in collaboration with global experts and local stakeholders. We are the leading international resource and voice for energy efficiency standards and labels (S&L) for appliances, lighting, and equipment. Since 1999, CLASP has worked in over 50 countries on 6 continents pursuing every aspect of appliance energy efficiency, from helping structure new policies to evaluating existing programmes.

Danfoss engineers technologies that enable the world of tomorrow to do more with less.
We employ 23,400 people and serve customers in more than 100 countries.

Enova SF
Norway, is a public enterprise owned by the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy. Enova SF’s main mission is to contribute to environmentally sound and rational use and production of energy, relying on financial instruments and incentives to stimulate market actors and mechanisms to achieve national energy policy goals.

Eurima is the European Insulation Manufacturers Association and represents the interests of all major mineral wool producers throughout Europe. Eurima members manufacture a wide range of mineral wool products for the thermal and acoustic insulation and fire protection of domestic and commercial buildings and industrial facilities.

the European Alliance of Companies for Energy Efficiency in Buildings, was formed in 1998 by twenty of Europe's leading companies involved with the manufacture, distribution and installation of a variety of energy saving goods and services. The EuroACE member companies together employ 172,000 people and have a turnover of 140 billion euro. EuroACE works together with the European Institutions to help Europe move towards a more sustainable pattern of energy use in buildings, thereby contributing to the EU's commitments on carbon emissons reductions, job creation and energy security.

Glass for Europe is the trade association for Europe’s flat glass sector. Flat glass is the material that goes into a variety of end products, primarily in windows and facades for buildings, windscreens and windows for automotive and transport as well as solar energy equipment, furniture and appliances. Glass for Europe brings together multinational firms and thousands of SMEs across Europe, to represent the whole building glass value-chain. It is composed of flat glass manufacturers, AGC Glass Europe, Guardian, NSG-Group, Saint-Gobain Glass and Siseçam-Trakya Cam, and works in association with national partners gathering thousands of building glass processors and transformers all over Europe.

KR Foundation was established on 21 December 2014 by VILLUM FONDEN and the descendants of civil engineer Villum Kann Rasmussen. The foundation is based in Copenhagen, Denmark, but works internationally. We collaborate closely with The Velux Foundations and the V. Kann Rasmussen Foundation.

The Rockwool Group
is the world's leading producer of stone wool – a material that improves the quality of life for millions of people and helps to alleviate environmental problems, such as the greenhouse effect, smog and acid rain. Rockwool insulation gives us pleasant indoor environments by keeping out the freezing cold. In hot climates, stone wool helps to keep indoor temperatures comfortably cool.

The UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) carries out world-class research into sustainable future energy systems. This interdisciplinary, whole systems research and the network of researchers under the UKERC umbrella provide evidence-based support to inform decision-making and strategic planning processes at home and abroad.  Part of UKERC’s remit is to provide cohesion across the UK energy research community. In this role, UKERC acts as a focal point for UK energy research and as a gateway between the UK and the international energy research communities. UKERC is funded by The Research Councils’ UK Energy Programme.


The Buildings Performance Institute Europe (BPIE) is a European not-for-profit think-do-tank, delivering policy analysis, advice and implementation support. Its focus lays on knowledge creation and dissemination in the field of energy performance in buildings. The Brussels-based institute, in operation since February 2010, is the European Hub of the Global Buildings Performance Network.


Disclaimer: The sole responsibility for the content and organisation of the Summer Study lies with the organisers (The European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy). It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of any of the partners or contributors listed here. These organisations are hence not responsible for any use that may be made of the information presented at the Summer Study or eceee's web pages