ESCOs for industry in italy

The presentation about ESCOs with a focus on industrial activities in Italy illustrated at the JRC workshop “Energy Services Market in the EU” held in Brussels. The topics discussed are the blurred definition of ESCO, the Italian situation on this respect, the UNI CEI 11352 certification, the main characteristics of the industrial sector, some survey data about the ESCOs market, and the link with support schemes and in particular with the white certificate scheme.

Proceedings soon available on the JRC website.

White certificates at IEPPEC conference in Berlin

During the IEPPEC conference in Berlin I presented a peer reviewed paper and held a presentation about the Italian white certificates scheme at a dedicated workshop. While the second presentation was aimed at giving a global view on the Italian energy efficiency obligation, the paper focus on the shift from deemed saving and civil sector projects to monitoring plans and industrial projects that took place in the last five years. That is: white certificates are not necessarily good only for simple energy efficiency measures in the building sector.

Here you can find both the presentations (paper and workshop) and the paper.

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Energy efficiency in industry: a glance about the Italian situation

My presentation about energy efficiency in industry held at the workshop “Energy efficiency: where will it lead us” at the British embassy in Roma on 26 March 2014.

Topics: statistics, comparison with energy efficiency gains and white certificates in industry, discounts for energy intensive industries, energy management systems, energy managers, international standards.