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EEFIG Plenary meeting 2021, Online

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Kevin Bergenhenegouwen
datum 9 februari 2021 09:00 - 10 februari 2021 13:00
locatie Online Toon locatie


Tuesday 9 February 2021, 09:00 to Wednesday 10 February 2021, 13:00




Energy Efficiency Financial Institutions Group (EEFIG) on behalf of DG ENERGY and UNEP FI

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Online time

9 February 2021, 09:00 CET to 10 February 2021, 13:00 CET

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EEFIG Plenary Meeting Agenda


Day 1 (open access):

  • Welcome and introduction by the convenors
  • Keynote speech by Ditte Juul Jørgensen, Director-General for Energy, EU-Commission, on the role of private finance for the Renovation Wave
  • Keynote speech on EEFIG’s role in 2021
  • Presentations of representatives of EEFIG working groups
    • Financial Best Practices
    • Multiple Benefits
    • Asset-level energy performance correlations
    • Energy efficiency in industry
  • Coffee Break
  • Panel I: Financial Institutions (FI) Panel - EEFIG in 2021 and how it contributes to the green transition towards 2030
  • Panel II: EEFIG in 2021-2022 - immediate priorities
  • Conclusions and closuring remarks

Day 2 (members only):

  • Welcome and introduction
  • Best practice financial instruments - What are the best practises and how do we replicate and scale them?
  • Multiple Benefits - Do they affect financing decisions; can they be monetized?
  • Asset-level energy performance correlations - Are energy efficiency loans less risky and should it affect regulation?
  • Coffee break
  • Energy efficiency in industry - A part of the broader decarbonisation agenda for large industries, but what about the SMEs?
  • Energy efficiency financing in the framework of the next MFF 2021-2027 - How can EU funds leverage private investments?
  • EEFIG towards 2030 - How can EEFIG best contribute to the European Green Deal?
  • Conclusions and closuring remarks

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