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. The EU Observatory meeting constitutes a public forum where Member State representatives can informally exchange knowledge and opinions about issues regarding the transposition of Article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED). Moreover, the ENSPOL program aims at the provision of technical assistance to Member States that intend to establish new Energy Efficiency Obligation schemes (EEOs) or improve existing EEOs and alternative measures according to the requirements of the Article 7. More information about the second EU Observatory Meeting and the ENSPOL program can be found in the following corresponding links:


Wednesday, 16 March 2016