Join our final online conference 17-19 June

21 May 2020

Conference title: Developing the market for high quality Energy Efficiency Services, a flexible delivery model ideal for rapid transition to net zero.

Overview: The transition to net zero by 2050 will require dramatic changes in our buildings and local energy infrastructure. This will bring with it a continuous evolution of the policy and technology landscape, to which building owners will need to react. Effective Energy Efficiency Services can support the transition by building partnerships with ESCOs that can offer expertise at the forefront of these changes, experience from a wide range of projects, and financing solutions. This series of online events explores the potential and shares outcomes from the QualitEE project, which has been researching and developing quality assurance schemes for Energy Efficiency Services across Europe.

Session 1: The potential for Energy Efficiency Services in the journey to net zero
Date: 17 June 2020
Time: 10:00 – 11:00 Central European Time
Outline: Explore the key role that Energy Efficiency Services can play in meeting EU carbon targets. Learn about the state of the market and opportunities to increase uptake from surveys and research across 15 European countries. Quiz experts that have a local knowledge of the individual markets.
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Session 2: Which tools do we need to galvanise demand in Energy Efficiency Services?
18 June 2020
Time: 10:00 – 11:00 Central European Time
Outline: Learn about guidelines developed for procurement, technical and financial quality assessment. Hear about real world projects that have tested these tools. Quiz experts that worked closely with these projects, which span 11 European countries.
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Session 3: How can we build trust in Energy Efficiency Services?
Date: 19 June 2020
Time: 10:00 – 11:00 Central European Time
Outline: Understand the challenges and success factors of establishing quality assurance schemes for Energy Efficiency Services. Discuss potential policy actions to increase uptake. Quiz local experts on the various approaches taken in 11 European countries.
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