Energy Efficiency – Just Do It! Act now for warmer homes, local jobs and cleaner air!
Study | 29 September 2015
This report explains the importance of the EU’s Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) and argues why it must have the strongest objectives and targets as possible for SEE countries.
An energy transition is underway in South East Europe (SEE). The traditional approach of relying on more energy supplies as a solution to support economic growth and social needs is unsustainable. Importing fossil fuels is expensive and unreliable. Throughout the region, energy is used inefficiently, well below the average standards of members of the European Union. This inefficiency adds costs to public finances, to businesses and to individuals. Energy efficiency must be implemented to support an effective energy transition for South East Europe.
Theme: Energy & climate | Resource efficiency
Location: Albania | Bosnia and Herzegovina | Croatia | Macedonia | Montenegro | Serbia | Kosovo