The conference aims to build and strengthen Central and Eastern Europe’s energy efficiency community. It focuses on the CEE region and engages a mix of stakeholders from across sectors (government, business, civil society), followed by the presence of high-level speakers from business, national and EU level.
C4E Forum 2016 took place against the backdrop of the year 2016, an important year for energy efficiency as well as the broader concept of Energy Union seeing the review of both the Energy Efficiency Directive and the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive. Work on updating the National Energy Efficiency Action Plans will start as the 2017 NEEAP review approaches. Implementation of energy efficiency programmes must come up to speed to deliver on the 2020 energy savings target and reduce import dependence, improve local air quality, reduce fuel poverty, and in general, bring a better quality of life for the citizens in Central and Eastern Europe.
Presentations of the parallel sessions are available online and can be downloaded here.