eceee Policy Seminar - The Challenge of the IEA World Energy Outlook: European policies and measures to deliver the needed efficiency improvements

Start/Stop Date:
21 Nov 2012
European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (eceee) and co-organiser Fraunhofer Institute
EU Liaison office of the German Research Organisations (KoWi), Rue du Trône 98, Brussels
Focus Areas:
energy efficieny, policies, measures
Type of Event:

As a follow up to the Brussels Launch of the IEA World Energy Outlook’s energy efficiency part on 20 November, eceee is arranging a policy seminar to discuss the important challenges raised by the IEA’s WEO: What does this mean for European energy efficiency policies and measures? Are the current policies enough to fill the gaps or do we need stronger policies? The seminar will highlight two sectors: Buildings and industrial efficiency.

The event is open for anyone with an interest in European Energy Efficiency and is free of charge. Welcome!

Organisation and registration

The seminar is arranged as part of the IEE-sponsored Energy Efficiency Watch (EEW) Project. Some highlights from the EU-wide EEW Survey on national ambitions and policies, as well as from the analysis of National Energy Efficiency Action Plans, will be presented. Fraunhofer Institute is a co-organiser of the event.

eceee and the organisers are cordially inviting participants to a welcome coffee before the seminar and to a networking cocktail reception after the seminar.

Registration is mandatory.

More information and presentations (after the event) are available on the event page.

Invitation and program (pdf)