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Revised Energy Efficiency Directive

16-01-2019

On 30 November 2016, the European Commission presented a proposal for a revised Energy Efficiency Directive, as part of the Clean Energy package. This aims to adapt and align EU energy legislation with the 2030 energy and climate goals, and contribute towards delivering the energy union strategy. The Commission initially proposed a 30 % binding EU energy efficiency target for 2030, to be achieved by means of indicative national targets and the extension beyond 2020 of the energy savings obligation ...

On 30 November 2016, the European Commission presented a proposal for a revised Energy Efficiency Directive, as part of the Clean Energy package. This aims to adapt and align EU energy legislation with the 2030 energy and climate goals, and contribute towards delivering the energy union strategy. The Commission initially proposed a 30 % binding EU energy efficiency target for 2030, to be achieved by means of indicative national targets and the extension beyond 2020 of the energy savings obligation scheme, which currently requires utility companies to help their consumers use 1.5 % less energy each year. The Commission proposal also aims to make the rules on energy metering and billing clearer for consumers. Trilogue negotiations started in February 2018 and resulted in a provisional agreement among the EU Institutions on 19 June 2018. The final text was formally adopted by Parliament (13 November 2018) and Council (4 December 2018). It was published in the Official Journal on 21 December 2018 and entered into force three days later. Member States are required to transpose most of the revised directive by 25 June 2020, although the provisions on metering and billing can be transposed by 25 October 2020. Fifth edition. The ‘EU Legislation in Progress’ briefings are updated at key stages throughout the legislative procedure.

Czysta energia w Unii Europejskiej

11-01-2018

W listopadzie 2016 r. Komisja przyjęła pakiet dotyczący czystej energii, który zawiera osiem wniosków ustawodawczych w sprawie wydajności energetycznej, odnawialnych źródeł energii, rynku energii elektrycznej oraz zarządzania. Podczas styczniowej sesji plenarnej Parlament będzie głosował nad trzema sprawozdaniami dotyczącymi elementów tego pakietu: zmienionej dyrektywy o efektywności energetycznej, przekształconej dyrektywy w sprawie promowania odnawialnych źródeł energii oraz nowego rozporządzenia ...

W listopadzie 2016 r. Komisja przyjęła pakiet dotyczący czystej energii, który zawiera osiem wniosków ustawodawczych w sprawie wydajności energetycznej, odnawialnych źródeł energii, rynku energii elektrycznej oraz zarządzania. Podczas styczniowej sesji plenarnej Parlament będzie głosował nad trzema sprawozdaniami dotyczącymi elementów tego pakietu: zmienionej dyrektywy o efektywności energetycznej, przekształconej dyrektywy w sprawie promowania odnawialnych źródeł energii oraz nowego rozporządzenia o zarządzaniu unią energetyczną. Celem głosowania jest uzyskanie mandatu do negocjacji trójstronnych w sprawie wszystkich trzech wniosków.

Energy Efficiency

22-03-2017

The Commission IA presents a comprehensive overview of options and likely impacts of the proposed legislation. It would have been stronger if all its parts, which in their earlier life were separate impact assessments, were linked in a better, cross-referential manner. Also, given the prominent role of SMEs in boosting energy efficiency measures, the report would have benefited from devoting more space and attention to the situation of energy service companies in the EU. Lastly, the emphasis on econometric ...

The Commission IA presents a comprehensive overview of options and likely impacts of the proposed legislation. It would have been stronger if all its parts, which in their earlier life were separate impact assessments, were linked in a better, cross-referential manner. Also, given the prominent role of SMEs in boosting energy efficiency measures, the report would have benefited from devoting more space and attention to the situation of energy service companies in the EU. Lastly, the emphasis on econometric analytical models may have led to a certain lack of qualitative analysis of policy measures which were stated as being needed to correct the lack of progress in the EU energy efficiency field.

Energy efficiency and renewables

20-06-2016

Renewable energy and energy efficiency policies fall under EU climate and energy policy, which is covered by the 2009 climate and energy package. In 2015, the Commission published progress reports on renewable energies and on energy efficiency, taking stock of existing achievements and highlighting the need for additional effort. On 24 May 2016, the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE) adopted separate own-initiative reports on both Commission progress reports.

Renewable energy and energy efficiency policies fall under EU climate and energy policy, which is covered by the 2009 climate and energy package. In 2015, the Commission published progress reports on renewable energies and on energy efficiency, taking stock of existing achievements and highlighting the need for additional effort. On 24 May 2016, the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE) adopted separate own-initiative reports on both Commission progress reports.

How to End Energy Poverty? Scrutiny of Current EU and Member States Instruments

26-10-2015

Policymaking to alleviate energy poverty needs to find a balance between short-term remedies and the resolution of long-term drivers of energy poverty. EU policy might need to work towards a) finding a definition of energy poverty; b) supporting national policies financially through EU coordination; and c) setting minimum standards for energy efficiency of buildings and devices. This document was provided by Policy Department A at the request of the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE ...

Policymaking to alleviate energy poverty needs to find a balance between short-term remedies and the resolution of long-term drivers of energy poverty. EU policy might need to work towards a) finding a definition of energy poverty; b) supporting national policies financially through EU coordination; and c) setting minimum standards for energy efficiency of buildings and devices. This document was provided by Policy Department A at the request of the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE).

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Schumacher, Katja (Öko-Institut e.V.), Cludius, Johanna (Öko-Institut e.V.), Förster, Hannah (Öko-Institut e.V.), Greiner, Benjamin (Öko-Institut e.V.), Hünecke, Katja (Öko-Institut e.V.), Kenkmann, Tanja (Öko-Institut e.V.) and van Nuffel, Luc (Trinomics)

Energy consumption in the EU

30-04-2015

The EU Energy Efficiency Directive sets targets to cut primary and final energy consumption, with countries required to submit action plans to achieve national targets. Whilst progress has been made, the overall picture of fuel sources and user consumption in the EU remains fragmented along national lines. Energy consumption statistics measure both the use of primary fuels directly extracted or captured from natural resources, and of secondary energy sources which result either from energy transformation ...

The EU Energy Efficiency Directive sets targets to cut primary and final energy consumption, with countries required to submit action plans to achieve national targets. Whilst progress has been made, the overall picture of fuel sources and user consumption in the EU remains fragmented along national lines. Energy consumption statistics measure both the use of primary fuels directly extracted or captured from natural resources, and of secondary energy sources which result either from energy transformation or from direct use of primary fuels, e.g. gas. Gross inland energy consumption (or total energy inputs to an economy) represents the quantity of energy necessary to satisfy the inland consumption of a country, whilst primary energy refers to energy consumed to produce energy. Final energy consumption includes all energy delivered to the final consumer (industry, transport, households and other sectors including services, fishing and agriculture).

Financing climate change policies in developing countries

09-07-2008

Autorzy zewnętrzni

Part 1: Yuri Okubo and Axel Michaelowa University of Zurich, Institute for Political Science Part 2: Arno Behrens Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) Part 3: Richard J.T. Klein Stockholm Environment Institute Part 4: Saleem Huq and Jessica Ayers International Institute for Environment and Development

Energy/emission saving policies in urban areas – sustainable cities: Best practices “Building efficiency and household emissions and energy use”

19-06-2008

Autorzy zewnętrzni

Christiane Beuermann, Maike Bunse Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy Research Group Energy, Transport, and Climate Policy Döppersberg 19 42103 Wuppertal Germany

Outlook of Energy Storage Technologies

29-02-2008

Autorzy zewnętrzni

Dr. Chris Naish Dr. Ian McCubbin Mr. Oliver Edberg Mr Michael Harfoot

An Overview of global Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Emissions Reduction Scenarios for the Future

19-02-2008

Autorzy zewnętrzni

Jason Anderson, Malcolm Fergusson and Carolina Valsecchi Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP)

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