Workshop materials: Alternative measures in the EED context, achieving energy savings in all sectors

On Wednesday 20th March 2024, the ENSMOV Plus project gathered experts across Europe for its workshop on Alternative measures in the EED context: achieving energy savings in all sectors. The first part provided a cross-cutting tour of Alternative Measures, with experts presenting EEOSs, energy savings agreements, policy packages and more. The second part focused on measures targeting households at risk of energy poverty or other priority groups (Article 8 (3) EED) with programmes from France, Belgium, Greece and Slovenia, find the presentations below:

Part 1: A cross-cutting tour of Alternative Measures

Introduction to MEKH and Hungarian EEOS, Péter Vedres and Johanna Hohmann (MEKH) and Merit order of the Hungarian energy efficiency investments, Ármin Bőhm (HUMDA)

Alternative Measures in Industry – The German Federal Support for Energy and Resource Efficiency in the Economy, Anne Kimmel (BAFA – Federal Office for Energy Efficiency)

Lithuania’s Energy saving agreements, Mindaugas Mižutavičius (LEA)

Netherlands’ policy package for buildings, René Schellekens (RVO)

Overview of transport measures reported to the EED energy savings obligation, Samuel Thomas (RAP)

Latest updates in the ODYSSEE-MURE tools and scoreboard, Didier Bosseboeuf (ADEME)

Part 2: targeting households at risk of energy poverty or other priority groups (Article 8 (3) EED)

Cross-country findings from the ENSMOV Plus’ examples, Laure Baudart (ATEE)

France’s experience with the ‘energy poverty’ white certificates, Solenne Toum (ATEE)

Wallonia’s complementary set of measures to tackle energy poverty, Jean-Sébastien Broc (IEECP)

Experience with Greece’s energy efficiency measures also tackling energy poverty, Harris Andreaosatos (CRES)

Slovenia’s experience with targeting priority groups in financial incentives for energy efficiency in buildings, Matevž Pušnik (JSI)

Stakeholder session: Tapping the energy savings potential in the residential sector: can Energy Efficiency Obligation Schemes help? 

Part 1: The residential sector in Energy Efficiency Obligation Schemes (EEOS) in other European countries 

Overview of how the residential sector is addressed in EEOS in Europe | Samuel Thomas (RAP – Regulatory Assistance Project) and Jean-Sébastien Broc (IEECP – Institute for European Energy & Climate Policy)

Why the residential sector is the biggest piece in the French scheme, and recent experience with promoting deep renovations | Daniela Celis Briceño (ATEE – French Technical Association for Energy & Environment)

The role of energy managers and other stakeholders in Italy’s white certificates scheme | Dario di Santo and Jacopo Romiti (FIRE – Italian Federation for the Rational Use of Energy) 

Panel discussion about the experience from Italy (Dario Di Santo, FIRE) and Poland (Marek Zaborowski, KAPE): role of standardized measures and saving calculations, aggregation of small energy saving projects, low-hanging measures vs. deep renovations 

The importance of regular information to stakeholders, and the added value of technical working groups in France | Laure Baudart and Solenne Toum (ATEE) 

KAPE’s comprehensive support for stakeholders of Poland’s white certificates scheme | Marek Zaborowski (KAPE – Polish agency for energy savings) 


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