A holistic approach to the energy efficiency potential in Europe
The Energy Efficiency First principle policies impact can mitigate the energy-related carbon dioxide emissions and help achieve net zero emissions in the EU by 2050. Achieving this requires a greater understanding of the energy efficiency potential at a sectorial level and in each country. It also needs an energy system perspective that looks at the interlinkages between the different sectors. The EU-funded sEEnergies project aims to conduct a comprehensive assessment and quantification of the Energy Efficiency First principle policies impact and will develop a holistic framework that takes into account the synergies between different sectors to maximise energy savings. A large part of work will revolve around temporal and spatial models, as well as geographical information systems so that the energy efficiency potential can be quantifiable and visible in each country.
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Funding SchemeRIA - Research and Innovation action