Study on Energy Savings Scenarios 2050
This study from Fraunhofer Institute provides an assessment of national potentials for energy savings by 2050, under three different scenarios. The study includes an update of the techno-economic energy savings potentials and develops scenarios focusing on changes in life-style, the impact of digitalization of a shared economy and other “New societal Trends”. The study shows that the EU energy efficiency target for 2030 should be at least 40%.
Revised EED: new rules, more savings, higher benefits
The ‘Fit for 55 package’ and the REPowerEU plan proposed to upgrade the current Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) to align it with the higher 2030 climate objective and speed up the phase-out of fossil fuel imports from Russia. After almost two years of negotiations,...
Every percent counts: the benefits of each 1% increase of the 2030 EU energy efficiency target
Energy efficiency measures bring multiple benefits to citizens and society as a whole, including reduced energy imports, lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, cuts in energy bills, improved health, and new and local jobs. In the final stages of the trilogue...
The higher the 2030 Energy Efficiency target, the higher the benefits
The Coalition for Energy Savings has commissioned a study to Cambridge Econometrics to quantify the multiple benefits resulting from different levels of ambition of the 2030 energy efficiency target in the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) recast. The study models the...
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