Coordination Mechanisms

The responsibilities for energy efficiency policy formulation and implementation are clearly defined between different governmental layers and the inter-institutional group, which was set up for preparation of National Energy Efficiency Action Plans including representatives for the ministries, the regional administration and the municipalities, facilitates the effective coordination of the energy efficiency measures.

Best practice cases have been identified under the following topics:

  • Allocation of responsibilities
  • Coordination bodies
  • Involvement of regional and local authorities
  • Other coordination fora and energy networks
  • Legal and economic instruments for involving local and regional authorities’
  • Policies redesign and access to data and information

Here is the full report on European best practices for M&V schemes and coordination mechanisms

Monitoring and Verification Schemes

The implemented M&V schemes in Slovakia have some aspects that can be assessed positively. Specifically, the implemented bottom-up and verification procedures contribute to the fulfillment of the achieved energy savings targets, while the developed IT tool indisputably facilitates the effective operation of the M&V scheme.

Best practice cases have been identified under the following topics:

  • Administrative authorities and their responsibilities
  • Sectoral and spatial analysis
  • Measurement and monitoring procedures
  • Data collection procedures
  • Reporting obligations
  • Integrated tools

Here is the full report on European best practices for M&V schemes and coordination mechanisms