EMEEES – final conference: Harmonised methods for evaluating energy end-use efficiency and energy services

Bibliotèque Solvay, Brussels, 15 October 2008

eceee is arranging the final conference of the EMEEES project on behalf of the project team.

About EMEEES and this event

For a successful implementation of the Directive 2006/32/EC on energy enduse efficiency and energy services (ESD), the question of how to monitor the achieved energy savings is of utmost importance. Primarily, this implies the development of calculation methods for energy savings which are as precise, yet at the same time as easy to implement and carrying as low a burden as possible. Furthermore, calculated results for similar energy efficiency improvement measures must be comparable between Member States.

An international project consortium, with 21 partners from 14 European countries, has worked on the challenge of developing a harmonised “evaluation and monitoring toolkit” specifically designed to meet the requirements of the ESD.

The calculation methods elaborated in the framework of the EU-funded project EMEEES (Evaluation and Monitoring for the EU Directive on Energy End-Use Efficiency and Energy Services) provide a substantial input for both the European Commissions’ activities to evaluate national Energy Efficiency Action Plans and for Member States to account for energy savings in the context of the ESD.

The purpose of the event is to present the major outcomes of the EMEEES project to a wider audience and critically discuss these outcomes with external stakeholders and practitioners. The conference will address the requirements and basic principles for calculating energy savings suggested in the project and will present concrete case applications as well.

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