Article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) requires Member States to implement an Energy Efficiency Obligation Scheme (EEOS) or Alternative Measures to achieve a cumulative energy savings target over an obligation period (currently 2021-2030).
ENSMOV Plus is a three-year European project of the LIFE programme that aims to directly support public authorities and key stakeholders in implementing the Article 7 EED requirements (forthcoming Article 8). More specifically it will assist them to monitor, improve, complement and evaluate the design and implementation of their energy efficiency policies by developing resources on practical issues they face.
The activities and resources developed by the project will cover the whole policy cycle, facilitate experience sharing and make knowledge and information easy to find and use. The project will deal with both short-term and concrete issues and longer-term strategic approaches to improving the effectiveness of energy efficiency policies. The challenges of meeting the 2023 recast of the EED and its relation to the wider Fit-for-55 Package will be a key focus of the project.
To identify implementation challenges and solutions for EEOs and alternative measures, monitoring and verification schemes, and proper evaluations of their policies, ENSMOV Plus has designed an experience-sharing programme with a structured set of thematic workshops to address Article 7 EED requirements. In addition, the knowledge sharing platform Article7EED platform, where all relevant information on Article 7 EED and its implementation can be found, will be upgraded.
The consortium of the project includes partners from 12 Member States: Austria, Croatia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania and Slovenia.
Budget: ~2M. Euros
Duration: 3 years
More information: https://ieecp.org/projects/ensmov-plus/
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