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National Energy Efficiency Action Plans as a policy tool: Core Theme Series Report CAESDII/CTSR/1.1

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This report summarises the findings within the Concerted Action (CA) of Member States’ experiences in writing the 2nd National Energy Efficiency Action Plan (NEEAP) and its role in the policy process in different countries, covering both successes and challenges. Regardless of their specific role in different countries NEEAPs play an important role in all Member States. In general NEEAPs raised the profile of energy efficiency in Member States and provided an impetus for increased cooperation between authorities. NEEAPs also helped to point out the importance of gathering reliable data in order to evaluate energy efficiency policies.


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