A clean, smart, and secure European energy system is driven by significant energy savings, energy efficiency, and the deployment of renewable energy.
The Energy Efficiency First Principle urges the Member States to prioritize energy efficiency in planning processes and investments.
sEEnergies answers the crucial questions and provides policy recommendations on what energy efficiency measures have which effect and at what levels renewable energy is more cost-effective than further end savings.
Read more on how to make policies for the long term, 100% renewable energy uptake, and find out about:
D6.35 Additional Impacts of Energy-Efficiency Measures: A Systemic Overview of their Implications across Societal, Ecological and Economic Dimensions
D6.4 REPowerEU and Fitfor55 science-based policy recommendations for achieving the Energy Efficiency First Principle