Coordinated by VITO (Flemish Institute of Technological Research), the project will target Priority Actions (PAs), such as heat recovery and electric vehicles, that are selected based on stakeholder needs. Over the course of 36 months, 12 partners from 10 different countries will collaborate to carry out activities centered around each PA.
As a 36-month Horizon 2020 project, streamSAVE aims to streamline energy savings calculation methodologies under Article 3 and 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED). The project will bring together public authorities, technology experts and market actors to foster transnational knowledge exchange on technical priority actions across Europe.
Helping member states
The streamSAVE consortium has just released a draft of Deliverable 2.1, the project's first public deliverable in which all partners worked together to provide a thorough overview of the status of energy savings calculations in the EU.
The streamSAVE consortium celebrated World Energy Efficiency Day by successfully hosting the first Dialogue Group meeting with over 95 participants from 27 countries in attendance.