Energy Efficiency Watch Conference

  Date:   01 March 2012
  Venue:   A-4600 Wels, Upper Austria/Austria
  Conference fee:

   80 Euro (40 Euro for students)
   (plus 10% VAT)

  Conference languages:   English, German, Italian
  Organisation and conference office:    O.O. Energiesparverband
   Landstraße 45, 4020 Linz, Austria
   Tel. +43/732/7720-14386
   Fax +43/732/7720-14383
   office [AT] esv.or [DOT] at  
  The Energy Efficiency Watch Conference is organised as a part of the IEE-project "Energy Efficiency Watch 2" (EEW2)
  which aims at facilitating the implementation of the "EU-Energy Services Directive".
  The conference will give an update on implementation of the EU energy efficiency policies.

  Further information on the Energy Efficiency Watch Project: www.energy-efficiency-watch.org/

PROGRAMME


Thursday, 01 March 2012

09.00 Energy Efficiency Policies in the EU

  • Opening & welcome
    - Rudi Anschober, Regional Minister for Energy, Upper Austria
    - Gerhard Dell, O.Ö. Energiesparverband, Austria
    - MEP Claude Turmes, European Parliament, President Eufores

  • Energy efficiency policy update
    Robert Nuij, European Commission, DG Energy

  • Innovative European energy efficiency projects
    Timothée Noël, European Commission, Executive Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation

11.10 Progress in Energy Efficiency Policies in the EU Member States

  • The Energy Efficiency Watch - an Intelligent Energy Europe Project
    - Jan Geiss, Eufores
    - Vera Höfele, Wuppertal Institute, Germany
    - Christiane Egger, O.Ö. Energiesparverband, Austria

  • Inputs from Member States:
    - Katarína Korytárová, Ministry of Economy, Slovakia
    - Gerhard Dell, O.Ö. Energiesparverband, Austria
    - Jean-Sébastien Broc, Ecole des Mines de Nantes, France

12.30 Lunch break


Programme Nearly Zero Energy Buildings Conference
Programme Stakeholder Meeting

Programme WSED next! Energy Efficiency


The conference has given an update on implementation of this Directive. It presented the main results achieved by the EEW project so far, including screenings of National Energy Efficiency Action Plans and a comprehensive stakeholder survey on the progress of energy efficiency policies in the EU Member States in the last years. Besides expert presentations, an interactive voting session was held.


The IEE-project Energy-Efficiency-Watch 2 (EEW2):

Besides screening second NEEAPs of the EU Member states, up to 20 events are 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.

More information on the Energy Efficiency Watch project:
www.energy-efficiency-watch.org

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