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Data Collection Process for Bottom-up Monitoring

04 Oct 2016

All EU member states are requested to monitor and report their progresses on energy savings. However, such a process requires the collection of reliable data, the analysis of which can generate comparable results. This report provides guidance on how to structure an effective data collection process on the basis of best practice examples and on how to collect the necessary data to monitor and verify energy efficiency measures.

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multEE at the Baltic Dynamics Conference 2016

15 Sep 2016

On 15 September 2016, the multEE project was featured at the 21st International Conference on Innovation on “Innovation and Technology Convergence – Strategy for Smart Growth” (Baltic Dynamics 2016) via a poster presentation. The team of the Institute of Physical Energetics, one of the ten Consortium partners of the multEE project, displayed and presented the poster in the conference’s exhibition area in the Radisson Blu Hotel in Riga. The poster presented the overall structure and achievements of the project from August 2016.

Identifying areas of improvements of Monitoring and Verification schemes and Coordination Mechanisms

07 Sep 2016

This report identifies areas of improvement of Monitoring and Verification (M&V) schemes and coordination mechanism in the nine partner countries of the MultEE project. Furthermore, an analysis has been carried out to conclude on these areas of improvements in respect of the different types of political governance in the partner countries.

Call for Participants - Summer School on Sustainable Energy

03 Sep 2016 to 10 Sep 2016

The Energy Community Secretariat invites highly motivated postgraduate students (masters or PhD), researchers from all energy-related disciplines, young professionals from governmental institutions, companies, think tanks and NGOs from the Energy Community region to the 1st Energy Community Summer School that will take place in Tirana from 3 to 10 September 2016.

Policy Brief - Policy recommendations on coordination mechanism

02 Aug 2016

Solid multi-level governance models are a prerequisite for the development of coherent and synergistic plans. Still, effective coordination mechanisms among policy layers are difficult to put in place. This Policy Brief presents a set of policy recommendations on coordination mechanisms resulting from the identification and analysis of a broad range of European best practices.

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