Rod Janssen, Sustainable energy expert:
Decarbonising Industry: Stepping into the unknown?
Hans Nilsson, Fourfact:
Could AI help energy efficiency?
Rémi Collombet, EuroACE:
Deal on Buildings! No time to lose in preparing the rollout
Isadora Wronski, Greenpeace Nordic:
A gloomy economic outlook requires smart long-term investments
Caroline Milne, BPIE, Margaux Barrett, BPIE:
Seismic safety must be combined with energy renovation!
Arianna Vitali, Coalition for Energy Savings:
Energy savings: What role for the next EU institutions?
Jan Rosenow, Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP):
Germany wants to phase out fossil fuel heating. What does the new law say?
Zero carbon industry is a real possibility
Andrea Roscetti, Università della Svizzera italiana:
eceee stands up for the climate, security, solidarity and prosperity
Who needs Russia's fossil fuels?
Nils Borg, European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy:
Nuclear nostalgia and dangerous distractions
What eceee’s summer study means
Adrian Joyce, Renovate Europe Campaign Director:
Sitting on our hands is no longer an option
It is the cost not the price, stupid!
Davide Cannarozzi, GNE Finance:
How to make the most of the energy transition opportunity
Technical Assistance: the wealth-enabler for buildings
From no regrets to no choice
Clas-Otto Wene, Professor Emeritus in Energy Systems Technology at Chalmers University:
A milestone is not a policy document. On IEA’s 2050 net zero roadmap
Brook Riley, Rockwool International:
Lies, damn lies and interest rates
Building insulation: Is hydrogen our get out of jail free card?
Eoin Lees, Eoin Lees Energy, Nick Eyre, Department of Energy and Climate Policy, University of Oxford:
Thirty years of UK CO2 Reduction
Jason Erwin, Borg & Co:
Efficiency at industrial plant improves safety, leads to new line of business
Don’t let our most valuable assets crumble away
Erwin Cornelis, eceee board member:
Dear Mrs Simson, please help us know how much we consume
Vlasios Oikonomou, IEECP, Jean-Sébastien Broc, IEECP:
Let cost-effectiveness guide recovery funding to national efficiency programs
Samuel Thomas, RAP, Filippos Anagnostopoulos, IEECP:
Time for energy efficiency to be valued as a grid resource
Brook Riley, Rockwool International, Adrian Joyce, Renovate Europe Campaign Director:
EU Taxonomy proposals clash with Renovation Wave
New IEA Energy Efficiency 2020 report signals reversals for First Fuel
The biggest obstacle for the future is in our square minds
Fiona Brocklehurst, Ballarat Consulting:
UK product policy: now we can do anything, what should we do next?
Showcasing the need to improve energy performance of industry
Andrew Warren, British Energy Efficiency Federation:
China's coal power extension means more vested interests against decarbonisation
Reconstruct without rebuilding
Play safe, play green: Europe’s covid-era budget
Lean on efficiency to spark a greener recovery
Antoine Levesque, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research and Technical University:
Halving buildings demand with lifestyle changes and technologies
Jigar Shah, George Washington University’s Environmental and Energy Management Institute:
Sound investments to decarbonize the world’s industries
Industry’s role in addressing climate change
Katharina Wohlfarth, Fraunhofer ISI:
Evidence links productivity, other company benefits to efficiency
David Shipworth, UCL:
Launch of the User-Centred Energy Systems TCP by IEA
Johan Wollin, Volvo:
Don’t idle away: How Volvo turns energy waste into value
Poland’s clean air programme: pathway to climate neutrality?
Marine Faber, Buildings Performance Institute Europe (BPIE):
People-centric renovations deliver major health, performance and energy benefits
Peter Sweatman, Climate Strategy & Partners:
Improving delivery and distribution systems for efficiency investment
How health and well-being in green offices will benefit businesses
Steven Fawkes, EnergyPro:
Time to change our game: cost saving is not enough
Efficiency or economy? We can have both… or neither
Joe Ritchie, International Energy Agency, Brian Motherway, International Energy Agency (IEA):
Realising the global potential of energy efficiency – the very first fuel