We are thrilled to announce the project’s final report! This report stands as a testament to our commitment, hard work, and unwavering dedication to streamlining energy savings calculations. Through this document, we share the outcomes and lessons learned on savings calculations for the 10 priority actions.
streamSAVE and DEESME joint final event in Brussels was a platform for sharing insights and experiences gained by different countries and companies in implementing energy efficiency policies.
Rebuilding Europe's energy security requires prioritising energy efficiency in industry support programs, such as the Green Deal Industrial Plan. streamSAVE's workshop at Hannover Messe explored how simplified and streamlined energy savings calculations can help set the right priorities, highlighting the outcomes of the project.
Discover how different energy savings assessment methods contribute to achieving greater energy savings!
About 31% of the EU27 final energy consumption in 2019 was from transport (Eurostat data). However, only a small share of the cumulative energy savings reported by the Member States to their energy savings obligation for 2014-2020 was achieved in transport.
The European Union has taken legislative measures to foster the development of ESCOs (Energy Service Companies) and their industries, such as providing incentives for investments and encouraging energy efficiency projects.
In its REPowerEU plan, the European Commission has set ambitious targets for heat pump deployment: 50 million heat pumps to be installed by 2030, with an annual growth of 16%.
European project holds a debate on how streamlined energy savings calculations could support fuel switching between conventional and electric vehicles.
The streamSAVE project has been included in the latest edition of VITO Vision.
The streamSAVE project held its fifth plenary meeting on the 22-23 September 2022.