The Energy Efficiency Watch project has released 27 country reports assessing national energy efficiency policies in every EU member state.
The reports are based on the screening of the National Energy Efficiency Action Plans (NEEAPs) as well as an expert survey, involving about 750 experts, on the implementation of those policies since the first NEEAPs were published in 2007.
The country reports provide a unique overview of policy packages and the current implementation status of energy efficiency policies in each member state. The Member States´ profiles of this kind are a valuable source of information for every policy maker, especially with a view to the new Energy Efficiency Directive which is to be transposed by 5 June 2014.
"As the new directive obliges the member states to set indicative national energy efficiency targets for 2020 and to meet several binding requirements, it is crucial to review current policy packages and assess the progress made in their implementaiton. The country reports provide this information." said Jan Geiss, EUFORES Secretary General and coordinator of the Energy-Efficiency-Watch project.
For more information visit http://www.energy-efficiency-watch.org/