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Sustainable Energy Week

13 Jun 2016 to 17 Jun 2016

European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) is a month-long series of activities to build a secure energy future for Europe. It brings together public authorities, private companies, NGOs and consumers to promote initiatives to save energy and move towards renewables for clean, secure and efficient power.

Everyone brings something different to the EUSEW. It is an ideal platform for sharing ideas and knowhow, and for forging alliances to bring about an Energy Union based on:

Presentation of the bottom-up methodologies in the ENSPOL project training course

08 Jun 2016

On 8 June 2016, CRES presented the bottom-up methodologies, which were developed within the multEE project, in the training course of the ENSPOL project regarding the design and implementation of the energy efficiency obligation scheme in Greece. Specifically, the bottom-up equations were analyzed to the participated representatives of the obligation parties and the technical associations in order to be utilized in the measurement and monitoring mechanisms, which has to be developed.

Workshop on calculation values in Slovakia

20 Apr 2016

This workshop was the first of a series of events organised within the multEE project.

Energy efficiency measures, monitoring of energy, energy audits, bottom – up approaches, and regular valuation of EE measures were at the core of the workshop. The multEE project, its activities and interim outcomes were introduced to the audience. Participants discussed a series of best practice examples for M&V schemes and coordination mechanisms, as well as the monitoring of energy consumption in public building and regular evaluation of EE measures.

multEE welcomes the COOPENERGY project in Sarajevo

14 Apr 2016

On 14 June 2016, Tania Molteni, guest speaker from the collaborative project COOPENERGY and researcher at Bocconi University in Italy joined the 3rd Partners’ Meeting of the multEE project in Sarajevo. Ms Molteni’s presence aimed to increase learning and exchange of experience between projects with a similar focus. During her talk, she addressed the importance of multi-level governance for sustainable development.

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