Energy Saving Policies and Energy Efficiency Obligation Schemes


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ENSPOL is an EU-funded project targeting the effective and proper implementation of Article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive in all Member States and beyond. Major objective of ENSPOL is the establishment, revision and implementation of robust Energy Efficiency Obligation Schemes or alternative policy measures to each Member State. At the same time the project envisages the provision of appropriately refined information and supportive strategic tools to all targeted stakeholders. The project is coordinated by the research organization Joint Implementation Network.

Project details

  • ENSPOL ("Energy Saving Policies and Energy Efficiency Obligation Schemes”)
  • Commissioned by: European Commission (Intelligent Energy Europe programme)
  • Duration: 2.5 years (March 2014 - August 2016)


  • JIN Climate and Sustainability, Groningen, Netherlands (JIN)
  • Center for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving, Pikermi, Greece (CRES)
  • Italian Federation for Rational Use of Energy, Rome, Italy (FIRE)
  • VITO Flemish Institute for Technological Research, Mol (Antwerp), Belgium (VITO)
  • Polish National Energy Conservation Agency, Warsaw, Poland (KAPE)
  • Energy Saving Trust, London, United Kingdom (EST)
  • Austrian Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria (AEA)
  • University of Oxford Centre for the Environment, Oxford, United Kingdom (OUCE)
  • University of Piraeus Research Centre, Piraeus, Greece (UPRC)
  • Stockholm Environment Institute at York, York, United Kingdom (SEI-Y)
  • Association of Bulgarian Energy Agencies, Plovdiv, Bulgaria (ABEA)
  • Danish Energy Association, Copenhagen, Denmark (DEA)
  • French Environment and Energy Mangement Agency, France (ADEME)

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