Coordination Mechanisms

The legal responsibility for energy efficiency policy-making lies at national level in Lithuania, while the distribution of responsibilities for energy efficiency policy-making and implementation is clearly defined among the different governmental layers. The role of the agencies during the implementation and coordination of energy efficiency policy between national and local levels is crucial. Finally, various public consultations have been organised, while relevant stakeholders have been invited to participate in the preparation of the regulations.

Best practice cases have been identified under the following topics:

  • Allocation of responsibilities
  • Legal and economic instruments for involving local and regional authorities’

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

Monitoring and Verification Schemes

The existing M&V rules in Lithuania have been developed in accordance with the requirements of the ESD and EED. The overall evaluation of the foreseen rules can be characterised as positive, taking into consideration the development of specialised bottom-up methodologies and the organisation of the necessary verification procedures.

Best practice cases have been identified under the following topics:

  • Data collection procedures
  • Verification procedures

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