The project Energy-Efficiency-Watch 2 (EEW2), running from September 2010 until August 2013, aims to facilitate the implementation of the Energy Services Directive.
There are three main elements of the project:
The first National Energy Efficiency Action Plans (NEEAPs), as delivered by the EU Member States in 2007, lie in the very heart of the project. EEW2 conducts a survey on the implementation status of the first round of NEEAPs in the EU Member States. As Member States were required to deliver the second NEEAPs in June 2011, the project also screens the new NEEAPs. Besides, there are up to 20 events planned in the project with the purpose to exchange good practices, raise awareness and encourage discussion among stakeholders, networks, industry, policy-makers and experts.
The expected outcome are European and national energy efficiency policies of better quality and an experience exchange with the aim of filling implementation gaps.
You can find here further information on the project and its objectives as well as on all actors involved in the project. In addition to that, you can find on this website information on the Energy-Efficinecy-Watch 1 project in each section under EEW1 Archive.
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom
This brochure presents the results of the screening of the National Energy Efficiency Action Plans and the survey on the implementation of energy efficiency policies in the EU. Besides analysing overall governance framework and sector policies, this brochure is also a collection of good practices in energy efficiency. Please download the brochure here.
Good practice ways out of energy debt
Energy-Efficiency-Watch conducted an EU-wide survey on the implementation of national energy efficiency policies. More than 700 experts from all 27 Member States contributed to the survey between April 2011 and September 2012. The objective was to reveal the current status of implementation. Please download the survey report here and the annex of the survey report here.
Survey report available
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