In this webinar, the organisers will present the findings of the recent project between Ecofys and ECI on “Tradable Certificates to Measure and Account for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy”.
Energy efficiency measures are increasingly recognised as valuable means to achieve a sustainable energy supply. Furthermore, they reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve security of supply, cut households’ bills, and even promote competitiveness. In 2016, the International Energy Agency (IEA) claimed that “energy efficiency is the one energy resource all countries possess”.
BUILDINTEREST ROADSHOW will bring the hottest topics and developments in financing in energy efficiency and sustainable building on a the road in a trip to take place consecutively in the Netherlands, Italy and France!
This event aims to share best practices from Romania, Hungary and Bulgaria as well as further countries on how energy efficiency investments can be financed. This includes the use of private funds and innovative financing instruments, notably in the building and industry sectors. Speakers will focus on practical experiences in developing and structuring investment programmes and the event will allow time for debate.
During the last 10 years, IEC has developed a comprehensive set of standards for measuring losses and classifying the efficiency of electric motors and converters. These are the IEC 60034-2-x, IEC 60034-30-x and IEC 61800-9-x series. The new IE5 efficiency class, which is only used for inverter-fed motors, is designed to promote new engine technologies, which can be visibly distinguished from established motors. Th