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In Europe, buildings are responsible for the largest share of final energy consumption (40%). Despite buildings presenting significant potential for CO2 reduction, change isn’t happening fast enough to meet our 2030 climate targets.
In the wake of the alarming publications reminding us that global CO2 emissions need to decline quickly for the world to comply with the Paris Agreement and invert Climate Change , energy efficiency remains the fastest, cheapest and greenest way to meet goals.
Joule Assets Europe will participate in EEFIG’s Working Group on “Input on energy efficiency to the emerging sustainable finance taxonomy and tagging of energy efficiency loans”
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2017 was a positive year for the Italian energy efficiency industry, effectively in its “second wave” of major growth, according to The Italian Energy Efficiency Report 2018, published last June by the Politecnico di Milano Energy & Strategy Group.
This article explores developments and shifting mindsets in the energy efficiency market that Joule Assets Europe has experienced during the two years development period of eQuad through the SEAF H2020 project.
Last month, Joule Assets Europe become a member of FIRE – the Italian Federation for Energy Efficiency. We were fortunate to sit down with Managing Director, Dario Di Santo, to discuss FIRE’s role in Italy, the impact of energy efficiency on the EU’s 2030 climate objectives, and how the Italian ESCO market has evolved over the past 20 years.
Selling energy efficiency remains the number one pain point for the overwhelming majority of Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) in Europe. In this article we discuss the top three factors that can enable an ESCO to reach its clients more efficiently and close deals faster.