This set of ten case studies analyses and consolidates enabling narratives for energy efficiency which resonate in different national and regional contexts. The chosen ten case studies are the result of the input received by stakeholders representative of the 27 EU Member States, they touch upon different sectors (e.g. building or industry related policies and respective narratives) to provide key policy recommendations to the EU on how to complement policy instruments by successful narratives.
The Energy Efficiency Watch (EEW), an EU-funded project, publishes ten exemplary case studies representative of the EU 27, to provide key policy recommendations to the EU on how to complement policy instruments by successful narratives. The cases are illustrated with the relevant input received and the narrative’s functioning principle and rationale. The narratives chosen are transferable to different national or regional contexts by linking to recognised benefits that, beyond energy and costs savings, may include aspects such as competitiveness through technological innovation, modernisation of buildings, job creation, climate protection, or energy security.
10 Case Studies:
- Communication, Dialogue and Participation – read more here
- Independent and transparent data – read more here
- What makes a real business case for energy efficiency – read more here
- The image of technologies – read more here
- ‘Good to be a front-runner’- read more here
- Energy efficiency as integral improvement of the production cycle – read more here
- Empowering research and innovation for energy efficiency – read more here
- Education, training and upskilling – read more here
- Transformation in line with social justice – read more here
- ‘Just Transition’ – read more here
Read the full EEW4 10 Case Studies document here.