EU's EASME asking for input on pressing needs 2021–27 programmes on energy efficiency

(10 Jul 2020) The EU Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) is carrying out a broad survey on needs of relevant EU-funded projects supporting the market uptake of energy efficiency measures in industry and services.

The survey aims at collecting inputs on the most pressing challenges and needs for the period 2021-2027. The aim is to identify particular market’s priorities and content gaps to be addressed in the forthcoming LIFE programme to tackle the global challenges ahead and accelerate the energy transition of the Industry and Service sector.

The results of the survey will feed into the the design of the first Clean Energy Transition work programme of LIFE covering the period 2021-2024.

It is mainly relevant to energy efficiency, but also the use of renewable energy.

This survey is available here.

EASME is hoping to collect many responses from industry and stakeholders and is therefore reasching our broadly.