New Monitoring and Verification Platform (MVP) for Energy Efficiency adopted by EU countries

13 Mar 2017

Countries need practical and easy-to-use solutions to better assess the impact of their implemented energy saving measures and plans.

This short video tutorial presents functionalities and benefits from the use of an innovative Monitoring & Verification Platform (MVP) that has been recently adopted by several countries in Europe and beyond.

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.

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.

Internet platforms for Monitoring and verification of savings

21 Jun 2016

Monitoring, measurement and verification are the “hot topic” of energy efficiency issues, especially when dealing with Energy Efficiency Obligations. However, the process is usually very demanding and requires a lot of resources in terms of time and administration. One possible solution is a systematic approach through customized software for tracking energy efficiency. Croatia has implemented two such central internet solutions in practice, and is now reaping their benefits.

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.

Monitoring and verification issues discussed at the 2nd ENSPOL EU Observatory Meeting

16 Mar 2016

The Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving (CRES) contributed to the discussion about the crucial monitoring and verification issues by participating in the second Energy Saving Policies and Energy Efficiency Obligation Schemes (ENSPOL) EU Observatory Meeting, which was held on 16th March 2016 in the Hague. Specifically, the main findings of the multEE project were presented, as derived by the mapping of the existing M&V schemes and the analysis of the identified best practices.

Reports on M&V schemes and Coordination Mechanism now online!

21 Jan 2016

How do we effectively identify and evaluate the existing monitoring & verification schemes and mechanisms in the EU28 and the FYR of Macedonia? The first multEE report presents the methodology applied to collect the necessary data to address this question. On the basis of this methodology, a second report has been published to present the results of the mapping of the existing M&V schemes and coordination mechanism in the 29 countries.

The full reports can be downloaded here.

Workshop on the Application of an MVP Platform in the Management of Energy Efficiency Policies in Macedonia

15 Jan 2016

The Energy Agency in cooperation with the Ministry of Economy and GIZ (German Agency for International Cooperation) organized a workshop on 15 January 2016 in order to determine the possibility of including a monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) platform in the national energy efficiency policy of the Republic of Macedonia.

“H2020 Achievements and Possibilities” conference in Latvia

10 Dec 2015

On 10 December 2015, the multEE project was featured at the conference “Programme HORIZON2020 in Latvia – Achievements and Possibilities” via a poster presentation. Ivars Kudrenickis, member 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.