A host of new reports from the EU-funded ENSPOL project provide information on existing and planned Energy Efficiency Obligation (EEO) schemes around Europe. A separate report also looks into which so-called alternative measures that Member States have chosen instead of EEOs. ENSPOL is an EU-funded project targeting the effective and proper implementation of Article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) in all Member States (MS) and beyond. The major objective of ENSPOL is the establishment, revision and implementation of robust EEO Schemes or alternative policy measures to each MS. At the same time the ENSPOL envisages the provision of appropriately refined information and supportive strategic tools to all targeted stakeholders.
22 May 2015 – New ENSPOL project reports shed light on EU Obligation schemes and their alternative measures