Tagged with energy efficiency

Importance of energy efficiency in Europe

Importance of energy efficiency in Europe

As the proposals for revising the EU clean energy directives are going through the approval process, it is timely that Nils Zimmermann wrote this article on the Deutsche Welle website. What are your views? EiD would like to hear from you.   Europe: More energy-efficient, but still import-dependent First, a dry statistic: Eurostat, the European … Continue reading

Important vacancies in energy efficiency

Important vacancies in energy efficiency

There are some important vacancies available throughout Europe. The closing date for the research position at the Association for the Conservation of Energy is February 20th, so you need to apply immediately.   • Project Advisers for Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) Are you an experienced professional in the field of energy … Continue reading

Demonstrating the variation in economic value across energy efficiency investments

Demonstrating the variation in economic value across energy efficiency investments

We are always looking for solid analysis related to energy efficiency. Judson Boomhower, Postdoctoral scholar, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research and Lucas Davis, Associate Professor at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley have written an important column the VoxEU.org website about their recent work. Electricity prices can vary dramatically … Continue reading

Important vacancies in energy efficiency

Important vacancies in energy efficiency

There are some important vacancies in energy efficiency. • UNEP Finance Initiative Energy Efficiency Finance Consultant – apply by February 16th UNEP FI is looking for a Energy Efficiency Finance Consultant, to be based in Paris. The overall objective of this assignment is to assist UN Environment and its Finance Initiative in the productive policy/finance … Continue reading

European Commission’s latest proposals for improving energy efficiency policies seems to be incurring the ire of the departing Brits

European Commission’s latest proposals for improving energy efficiency policies seems to be incurring the ire of the departing Brits

Fourteen months ago, there was global agreement to raise the ambition of our energy and climate policies in order to significantly reduce the impact of climate change. Improved energy efficiency was seen as a major element in meeting those goals. That was before Britain voted to leave the European Union. Now, Andrew Warren, Chairman of … Continue reading