AM 1: Solar Thermal – Incentive programs to solar thermal utilization
AM 2: SGCIE – Management System of Intensive Energy Consumption
AM 3: RGCE ST – Management Regulation of Energy Consumption in Transport Sector
AM 4: PPEC – Consumption Efficiency Promotion Plan
AM 5: National Energy Efficiency Fund
2.2. Promote more efficient equipment
2.2.1. Promote the substitution of inefficient electric equipment
2.2.2. Promote adequate dissemination of information and communication for the new generation of energy labels due to the implementation of Regulation (EU) 2017/1369
2.3. Ensure improvements in the management of energy consumption in the different sectors of the national economy
2.3.1. Promote the creation of an Energy Efficiency and Consumption Management System
2.3.2. Promote the optimisation and resilience of water services
6.4. Implement more efficient practices in energy and water use in agriculture and forestry
6.4.1. Promote energy and water efficiency
6.4.2. Create Energy Efficiency Regulations in Agriculture and Forestry
7.2. Promote energy and resource efficiency
7.2.1. Promote the implementation of more efficient technologies
7.2.2. Promote highly-efficient cogeneration based on renewable sources of energy
7.2.3. Review the Energy Efficiency Regulations for Industry
According to 4th NEEAP (2017), the Directorate-General of Energy and Geology (DGEG), under the responsibility of the Ministry of Economy, and the Executive Committee of the NEEAP Management Structure are responsible for monitoring and guaranteeing the results of the planned energy efficiency measures.
A holistic framework for the monitoring and measurement of the delivered energy savings has been developed ensuring the compliance’s verification of defined goals for each measure separately and the continuous and comparative assessment of the implemented measures through their cost-benefit ratio. A combination of top-down and bottom-up monitoring indicators are utilised for quantifying the achieved energy savings including other means, such as the issued Energy Performance Certificates and various periodic surveys and evaluation reports.
No specific alternatives measures have been specified in NECP in order to address the phenomenon of energy poverty within the framework of Article 7 of the EED.
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