In occasion of the EU Sustainable Energy Week 2021, SMEmPower Efficiency actively participated in the session “Towards a decarbonized Europe: Increasing energy efficiency in SMEs for a clean energy transition”.
The interactive session took place on the 19th of October within the EUSEW Externed Programme, and it was a collaboration with the six H2020 Sister Projects with innoveas, E2DRIVER, DEESME, ICCEE, Speedier and Triple-A.
Building on the results of the 7 EU-funded projects, this session provided guidelines and good practice to implement energy efficiency solutions and to facilitate the energy transition.
Look at the recording of the session below:
SMEs have a high untapped energy saving potential which can be unlocked by overcoming structural, market and financial barriers. Industry stakeholders, policy makers, financial institutions, ESCOs, academia/research, energy professionals and other attendees will therefore hear about available services, tools and policies that can unlock considerable amounts of energy/cost savings and assist in achieving emission targets. This session focuses on three key aspects of energy efficiency improvements in SMEs around Europe:
- Barriers and opportunities in implementing energy efficiency solutions,
- Best practices and case studies, such as trainings, tools, services etc.,
- Policies to enhance the implementation of energy efficiency measures in SMEs in the upcoming years.
Download the Agenda here
SPEAKERS and PRESENTATIONS
- Ivana Rogulj, Climate and Energy Expert, IEECP
- Padraig Lyons, Head of Group, IERC
- Mara Corbella, Junior European Project Manager, IIPLE
- Erudino Llano Güemes, Training manager, Fundación CIRCE