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Spain: 2014 – 2020 National Energy Efficiency Action Plan

5 September 2015

On 25 October 2012, Directive 2012/27/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council on Energy Efficiency (EED) was approved in order to create a new common framework to promote energy efficiency within the Union, establishing specific measures to ensure achievement of the target indicated in the 2020 Climate and Energy Package from 2007 to reduce Member States’ energy consumption by 20%.

In recent years, Spain has made great efforts to implement energy efficiency policies aimed at eliminating the distance that has historically separated us from the average energy intensity of the European Union.


Norway: Energy Efficiency Policies and Measures in Norway 2010

5 September 2015

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


Norway: Enova Annual Report 2013

5 September 2015

Enova invests in energy and climate solutions

Never before has interest in implementing projects in collaboration with Enova been greater. For many, innovation and use of new energy and climate technology is the only natural choice. It is also the necessary choice to face the challenges posed by greenhouse gas emissions.


Italy: Energy Efficiency Policies and Measures in Italy 2010

5 September 2015

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


Italy: Energy Efficiency in Europe – Assessment of Energy Efficiency Action Plans and Policies in EU Member States: Country Report Italy 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).


Finland: International Energy Agency Finland Review 2013 – Executive Summary and Key Recommendations

5 September 2015

Finland’s economy is highly industrialised, with sizeable high-tech manufacturing, electronics and chemical sectors operating alongside a significant forestry and paper industry. Yet with over one-third of the country located above the Arctic Circle, Finland is a largely rural and sparsely populated country, except for its southern tip. With its energy-intensive industries and its cold climate, Finland’s energy consumption per capita is the highest in the International Energy Agency (IEA).


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

2 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).


Finland: Energy Efficiency Policies and Measures in Finland

2 September 2015

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


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

1 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).


Belgium: Energy Efficiency Policies and Measures in Belgium

1 September 2015

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


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