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South Korea: Korea Energy Agency (KEA) 2014 Annual Report

9 September 2015

Korea Energy Management Corporation starts anew as Korea Energy Agency (KEA) from July 2015.


Europe: Survey Report – Progress in Energy Efficiency Policies in the Eu Member States: the experts perspective

5 September 2015

Findings from the Energy Efficiency Watch Project.

In 2006, the European Union adopted the Directive on energy end-use efficiency and energy services (“ESD”). The Directive sets an indicative energy saving target of 9 % by 2016 as well as obligations on national authorities regarding energy savings, energy efficient procurement and the promotion of energy efficiency and energy services. It requires Member Sates to submit three National Energy Efficiency Action Plans (NEEAPs), scheduled for 2007, 2011 and 2014.

The Energy Efficiency Watch Project 2 (EEW2) aims to facilitate the implementation of the ESD and in general energy efficiency policies in the EU. It is co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe programme and coordinated by Eufores. It runs from autumn 2010 to summer 2013 and builds upon the EEW1 project (2007 – 2010).


United Kingdom: Energy Efficiency in Europe – Assessment of Energy Efficiency Action Plans and Policies in EU Member States: Country Report United Kingdom 2013

5 September 2015

This report is one of 27 country reports published within the Energy Efficiency Watch project and assesses both ambition and quality of EU Member States´ energy efficiency action plans and policy implementation (see more at www.energyefficiencywatch.org).


Sweden: Energy Scenario for Sweden 2050

5 September 2015

The report presents an energy scenario for Sweden aiming at providing close to 100% of the energy by renewable energy sources. Renewable resources should be produced with a high level of environmental concern and within the carrying capacity of the ecosystems. As a consequence biomass becomes a limited resource, especially since the transport sector in Sweden relies on fossil energy which needs to be substituted with domestically produced  renewable fuels, and electricity is produced with renewable energy technologies.


Sweden: Energy in Sweden 2012

5 September 2015

The Swedish Energy Agency’s main duty is to assist the evolution of Sweden’s energy system into a reliable, ecologically and economically sustainable system. The Agency is also responsible for the collection, processing and publication of official statistics in the energy field. The annual Energy in Sweden report, and its sister publication, Energy in Sweden – Facts and Figures (downloadable from the Agency’s web site), are intended to provide decision makers, journalists, businesses, teachers and the public with co herent and easily accessible information on developments in the energy sector. The report also provides an overview of Sweden’s current energy and climate policy, policy measures, the use and supply of energy, energy prices and energy markets,


Sweden: Energy Efficiency Policies and Measures in Sweden 2010

5 September 2015

 ODYSSEE-MURE 2010: Monitoring of EU and national energy efficiency targets 

 


Sweden: Energy Efficiency in Europe – Assessment of Energy Efficiency Action Plans and Policies in EU Member States: Country Report Sweden 2013

5 September 2015

This report is one of 27 country reports published within the Energy Efficiency Watch project and assesses both ambition and quality of EU Member States´ energy efficiency action plans and policy implementation (see more at www.energyefficiencywatch.org).


Spain: Energy Efficiency Policies and Measures in Spain 2010

5 September 2015

ODYSSEE- MURE 2010: Monitoring of EU and national energy efficiency targets


Spain: Energy Efficiency in Europe – Assessment of Energy Efficiency Action Plans and Policies in EU Member States: Country Report Spain 2013

5 September 2015

This report is one of 27 country reports published within the Energy Efficiency Watch project and assesses both ambition and quality of EU Member States´ energy efficiency action plans and policy implementation (see more at www.energyefficiencywatch.org).


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