Workshop II: Suppliers’ Obligations and White Certificates
Tuesday 21 January, 13:30 - 16:00
Workshop Leader: Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission DG JRC
In the European Union (EU) an increasing number of countries have introduced energy companies' obligations to save energy though projects implemented in end-users' premises. The new Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) mandates the introduction of this policy instrument to all 28 EU Member States.
In some of the existing energy companies' obligations (in particular in tradable white certificates' schemes), ESCOs are the key actor to implement energy efficiency projects. In other schemes, utilities prefer to implement the energy saving project by themselves creating an energy service companies. Both models have been successful and delivered savings in excess of the target.
The workshop presents the analysis of the existing energy companies' obligations in Europe, and focuses in particular on a detailed assessment of successful models of co-operation between ESCOs and utilities in the implementation of energy efficiency improvement measures under the existing schemes.
- Hear about the latest developments in energy companies obligations and white certificates
- Understand what is the role of ESCOs in energy companies obligations and white certificate
- Learn how to measure and report energy savings in energy companies obligations and white certificate
- Learn what is required from ESCO and energy companies under the Energy Efficiency Directive
- How different policies interact with energy companies obligations and white certificates and how ESCO could profit from policies
Who should attend this training?
- Utilities and distribution companies
- Utilities consultants
- Commercial and Industrial end-users
Contact us for more information and to sign up!