During the first year of the H2020 project streamSAVE, multiple activities were organized to support countries in developing savings estimations under Art.3 and Art.7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED).
A fascinating output of the project so far is the “Guidance on Standardized saving methodologies (energy, CO2 and costs)” for a first round of five so-called Priority Actions. This Guidance will assist EU member states in more accurately calculating savings for a set of new energy efficiency actions.
This webinar, gathering over 100 participants, presented this Guidance and other project findings to the broader community, including industry and markets on 9 December 2021 at 14:00 CET.
14:00 Introduction to streamSAVE – Nele Renders, Project Coordinator
14:10 Views from the EU Commission and the link with Fit-for-55 – Anne-Katherina Weidenbach, DG ENER
14:20 The streamSAVE guidance and its platform illustrated – Elisabeth Böck, AEA
14:45 Country experiences: the added value of standardized methods – Elena Allegrini, ENEA, Italy
14:55 A view from industry: What is the added value of streamSAVE (standardized) methods in frame of the EED? – Conor Molloy, AEMS ECOfleet
15:05 Panel discussion and Q&A with the audience – Moderator: Nele Renders
15:25 Conclusions and wrap-up
To register for the streamSAVE training module, click here. To download the draft of the practical guidance on additional calculation methodologies complemented with indicative values, click here.
WE WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOU THINK
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