During the morning, there were presentations about the new ManagEnergy programme, the Eurostat Guidance note on Energy Performance Contracts (EPCs), as well as an introduction of the European Investment Bank’s services for local energy efficiency projects. The afternoon session was more interactive as the room was divided into two workshops.
The first discussion group focused on energy efficiency (both energy efficiency buildings and financing), and the second discussed mobility. Several European projects were presented, including SIMPLA, which focuses on the harmonisation of sustainable energy projects and mobility projectsn and PUBLENEF (Support Public Authorities for Implementing Energy Efficiency Policies).
You can download the presentations of the speakers here:
Presentation of the ManagEnergy Master Classes and the Call for Applications by Seamus Hoyne (Limerick Institute of Technology);
EIB’s technical and financial services for local energy efficiency projects by Reinhard Six (European Investment Bank).