Stimulation of the EPC market in Lithuania
Stakeholders in a Lithuanian EPC market: National and local authorities; potential public and private clients; potential ESCO providers, suppliers and facilitators; financing institutions; research institutes.
In Lithuania, Energy Performance Contracting (EPC) has not received any practical implementation yet due to a range of major barriers, making many potential clients and providers reluctant to enter into such arrangements. However, at the same time various forms of public private partnerships have been developed in Lithuania's energy sector such as e.g. middle-term contracts of management of buildings.
In this light the event will aim at support and discuss the uptake of the EPC concept in Lithuania by:
‣ Presenting good international practice of EPC in the public and residential sectors
‣ Exchange experience, opinions and ideas on
- ∙ the needs for EPC in Lithuania
- ∙ how to stimulate the EPC market in Lithuania
- ∙ how to implement and support the new EU project “Transparense” , including implementation of a Lithuanian EPC pilot project (Intelligent Energy Europe)
‣ Define and discuss further steps ahead to improve framework conditions for EPC development in Lithuania and seen in light of the activities in the Transparense project.
The event is organized in a joint effort between the Lithuanian Ministry of Environment, EU ManagEnergy Initiative and the EU Transparense project (Lithuanian Energy Institute).
Click here to see the opening address of the Lithuanian Vice Minister of Environment, Daiva Matoniene, at the “Renovate Europe Day” on 9th October 2013
Contact in Lithuania: Romualdas Skema, Lithuanian Energy Institute, firstname.lastname@example.org
Other local contact regarding the event: Rimantas Zabarauskas, email@example.com
Event website: http://www.managenerg...
Name: Kaj Leonhart Petersen
Telephone: +45 26 12 24 32