Experience sharing about evaluation practices for energy efficiency policies is limited due to lack of time for stakeholders to disseminate or document evaluation activities. Front-runners publish their work in journals or conferences, but most of evaluation activities remain in national language and are difficult to find.
The Energy Efficiency Global Forum (EE Global) is headed back to Europe! We hope you will join us on May 21-22 in Copenhagen, Denmark as we kick off Nordic Clean Energy Week with two days of key partnership-building and unparalleled content focused on the theme Energy efficiency: Innovation, Investment, Impact.
Renovation of Public Buildings in Europe
Efficiency Nova Scotia is Canada’s first energy efficiency utility. Through advice, education and rebates, they are helping municipalities and Indigenous communities to drive down their energy use, achieve reductions in greenhouse gases, and foster better communities for their residents and businesses.
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!