Energy Efficiency Obligation Schemes in the EU

Lessons Learned from Denmark

Anders Larsen, Sirid Sif Bundgaard, Kirsten Dyhr-Mikkelsen, Mikael Togeby

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    Abstract

    The Danish EEO can give inspiration as to how to design an EEO that meets the requirements and target of the EED, encourages cost-effective savings in industry, effectively includes third parties and implements a solid verification and measurement system. With regards to cost recovery, fault in reporting
    and penalties, Member States should carefully consider whether the obligated parties and the society structure provides credibility for a similar design. Lastly, the Danish EEO highlights the necessity of supplementary instruments to realise the potential savings in existing buildings if public and private buildings are not the only target are of the EEO.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalI A E E Energy Forum
    Volume3rd Quarter 2013
    Pages (from-to)43-47
    ISSN1944-3188
    Publication statusPublished - 2013

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    Larsen, A., Bundgaard, S. S., Dyhr-Mikkelsen, K., & Togeby, M. (2013). Energy Efficiency Obligation Schemes in the EU: Lessons Learned from Denmark. I A E E Energy Forum, 3rd Quarter 2013, 43-47.
    Larsen, Anders ; Bundgaard, Sirid Sif ; Dyhr-Mikkelsen, Kirsten ; Togeby, Mikael . / Energy Efficiency Obligation Schemes in the EU : Lessons Learned from Denmark. In: I A E E Energy Forum. 2013 ; Vol. 3rd Quarter 2013. pp. 43-47.
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    Larsen, A, Bundgaard, SS, Dyhr-Mikkelsen, K & Togeby, M 2013, 'Energy Efficiency Obligation Schemes in the EU: Lessons Learned from Denmark', I A E E Energy Forum, vol. 3rd Quarter 2013, pp. 43-47.

    Energy Efficiency Obligation Schemes in the EU : Lessons Learned from Denmark. / Larsen, Anders; Bundgaard, Sirid Sif; Dyhr-Mikkelsen, Kirsten ; Togeby, Mikael .

    In: I A E E Energy Forum, Vol. 3rd Quarter 2013, 2013, p. 43-47.

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