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1 Intelligent Energy Europe 2009 European Commission, EACI Market Replication Eco-Innovation and Intelligent Energy Astrid Geiger, Head of Sector Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy,Mobility
2 Funding areas 2009 Electricity Heating + cooling Biofuels Small-scale in buildings Buildings Energy-efficient products [Industry excellence in energy : CLOSED] Alternative fuels and clean vehicles Energy-efficient transport Capacity building in agencies Energy efficiency Renewable energy sources Mobility
3 Funding areas 2009 Local leadership Special initiatives European networking for local action Sustainable energy communities [Energy Agencies – CLOSED, assessment by Tender] Bio-business Energy services Intelligent energy education [CHP – CLOSED, see RES heating & cooling]
4 How will this years budget be spent? 65 million to support promotion and dissemination projects (up to 75% of the eligible project costs) Call deadline ?? June 2009 15 million to support market replication projects via the European Investment Bank 9 million to purchase services (tenders)
5 Call 2009 timeline : from proposal to signature of Grant Agreement Project implementation Call for proposals Evaluation of proposals Contract negotiation Deadline: 25 June 2009 Results: Mid December 2009 March/April 2010 31 March 2009
6 Profit from the CHANGE project Help SMEs optimise their energy use –train intelligent energy advisors at Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CCIs) to give concrete assistance to SMEs Expected results: –Information events for 11,600 businesses –Energy pre-checks for 530 businesses –Provision of market intelligence via website and newsletters –Guidelines and best practices for supporting SMEs on Intelligent Energy issues 61 chambers in 12 EU countries
7 Energy Efficiency in the Tourism Industry (EETI) EXPECTED RESULTS Energy benchmark tool, handbook on energy investments, best practices guides At least 800 hotels use EETI materials and invest in energy efficiency measures Campaign in 25+ destinations and involving 25+ hotel associations 8,000+ hotels and organisations reached Hotels consume too much energy – and Europe has half of the worlds hotel rooms TARGET GROUPS SME hotel managers & associations national tourism bodies tour operators
8 QUALICERT – small-scale renewables in buildings Common certification and accreditation of installers with mutual recognition in France, Austria, Italy, Poland and Greece Transfer results to all EU Member States Led by national energy agencies with industry and builders associations Target group: training bodies for certification of installers => Renewables in buildings – better trained installers and improved consumer confidence
9 AGRIFORENERGY I+II Connecting demand & supply in bio-heating, pure vegetable oils, and biogas/bio-methane Reaching out: 3000+ potential suppliers & end-users involved, 85 workshops, 75 study tours, 160 meetings Driving markets: 50 new wood energy plants, 13 vegetable oil plants, 11 biogas plants, bio-methane for 1500 vehicles Building skills: 25 bioenergy contact points trained Protecting the environment: 30.000t of CO2 savings per year => Energy supply and services – a new perspective for farmers and foresters
10 Creation of 80 local/regional energy agencies Public mission to serve local / regional communities - link to Covenant of Mayors IEE helps public authorities set up operational structure and work for 3 years Improve local/regional decision- making Promote action by householders, SMEs, and public sector Create a critical mass of local activity Change citizens behaviour
11 Energy-efficient freight transport Reduction potentials of 15% 100 companies in 6 countries actively involved Good practice database at www.eu-interaction.net/ Reduce energy consumption, CO2-emissions and transport costs through improved logistics and freight transport performance of shippers
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