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Energy Efficiency Directive
Several publications are available:
- Publication: Energy Efficiency. Getting real: from EU law to action on the ground The Coalition for Energy Savings published its first set of high-level recommendations on implementing the EU’s new Energy Efficiency Directive and calls for a dialogue between implementing authorities and stakeholders on how to maximise the benefits of the energy transition for citizens and businesses.
- Position paper on the ‘Clean Energy for All Europeans’ package. The package includes proposals to review the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) setting a 2030 target and providing a 2050 outlook to burgeoning energy efficiency markets. The position paper makes suggestions on what legislators should consier to act convincingly on energy efficiency and bring tangible benefits to citizens.
- Position paper Driving forward energy savings with Article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive. The review of the Energy Efficiency Directive is the prime opportunity to improve Article 7, the corner stone of the Directive, ensuring the delivering of real energy savings and strengthening implementation.
- Response to Public Consultation on the Energy Efficiency Directive. The Coalition for Energy Savings responded to the Commission’s consultation on the review of the Energy Efficiency Directive, making the case for a stronger, streamlined and long-term approach.
- The Assessment of National Energy Efficiency Targets: The Coalition’s assessment of national energy efficiency targets shows that Member States are not stepping up their ambitions beyond the minimum efficiency measures required by the EED. (Last update: April 2013)
- Study: Putting energy efficiency first – Addressing the barriers to energy efficiency. Analysis of the National Energy Efficiency Action Plans in the context of Article 19 of EU Energy Efficiency Directive. Analysis from the Coalition for Energy Savings of implementation of the EU Energy Efficiency Directive shows that the European Union is still at the initial stage of identifying and removing regulatory and non-regulatory barriers to deploying greater energy efficiency. (September 2015).
- Study: Implementing the EU Energy Efficiency Directive – Analysis of Member States plans to implement Article 5. Analysis by the Coalition for Energy Savings of national reports on the implementation of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) reveals that central governments have not shown leadership in ending the waste of energy in their own buildings. (Last update: May 2015)
- Update of Study: Implementing the EU Energy Efficiency Directive – Analysis of Article 7 Member States reports. An analysis of the Member States’ plans for achieving 1.5% annual end-use energy savings highlights that most countries shows that Member States still have a long way to implement existing energy efficiency legislation. (Last update: March 2015)
- The Guidebook for Strong Implementation: Now that the Directive has entered into force, Member States must transpose it into national law and implement the many requirements in the legislation before the 2020 deadline. The Coalition’s Guidebook for Strong Implementation is here to help. (Last update: October 2013).
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