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LIFE-2021-CET-POLICY: Hacia una implementación efectiva de la legislación clave en el campo de la energía sostenible

Referencia LIFE_2021_CET_POLICY

Caduca 12/01/2022

Under the call 2021, proposals are invited for the Scopes A and B, i.e. proposals for actions to support the implementation of:

the Energy Efficiency Directive (Scope A) and of
the Renewable Energy Directive (Scope B)
(See also details below for Scopes A and B)

Actions under this topic are expected to:

Promote and enable exchange of insights and sharing of best practices within and across Member States
Provide support, technical advice and tools for contextualisation and specification of requirements, in general and according to the national and regional context
Scope, assess and model the impact of implementation options to comply with EU legislative requirements, thereby contributing to the design of more effective policies
Support the monitoring and evaluation of policy implementation
Develop and apply methodologies to more accurately measure, calculate and account for contributions made under the specific policy measures and programmes
Collect and analyse energy consumption data across sectors; monitor efficiency trends and show their implications for society, markets and technologies
Develop and support integrated methodologies for areas and sectors that are addressed by different policies and pieces of legislation, notably approaches for integrated collection of data, calculation/accounting, verification, monitoring, evaluation and reporting
Monitor and model energy and non-energy impacts of integrated solutions; gather data for the energy and buildings sector.
Scope A - Support for the implementation of the Energy Efficiency Directive

Actions under Scope A are expected to address core provisions and aspects of the Energy Efficiency Directive[1], such as:

Energy efficiency targets, notably with regard to data collection across different sectors and more accurate monitoring and better understanding of energy consumption and efficiency trends
Public Procurement, notably with regard to support central governments to purchase only products, services and buildings with high energy efficiency performance, and to encourage public bodies at regional and local levels to follow the example of their national government
Energy Efficiency Obligations (EEOs), notably with a view to more accurate and specific calculation of energy savings, better tools for Measurement and Verification (M&V), the setting up and monitoring of EEOs, the planning and verification of alternative measures; moreover with regard to exploring and substantiating the interaction of Article 7 with other policies, such as the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS), State Aid, renewable energy etc. and with regard to potential energy savings from cross-sectorial programmes, such as renewable energy sources and combined heat & power and the extension of Article 7 to other sectors, such as water
Metering and billing, notably with regard to sub-metering, remote reading and heat cost allocation for thermal energy
Energy Services, notably with regard to regulatory, non-regulatory and financial barriers and enablers, such as accounting rules within public budgets, approaches to reduce split incentives, administrative burden and transaction costs; approaches to create trust and guarantee quality and performance and to define and acknowledge the roles of Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) and facilitators
Energy Efficiency National Fund, notably with regard to financing and technical support, for example through financing facilities, such as Energy Efficiency Funds
Scope B - Support for the implementation of the Renewable Energy Directive

Actions under Scope B are expected to address core provisions and aspects of the Renewable Energy Directive, such as:

Renewables self-consumers, notably with regard to the implementation of rights and enabling frameworks across Member States, and in particular in relation to the provisions on self-consumption and collective self-consumption and the way they create incentives and remove barriers for RES consumer business models
Renewable energy communities (RECs), notably with regard to the implementation of rights and enabling frameworks for RECs across Member States (including policy, regulatory and legislative measures) and their impact on the growth of RECs; this should also take into account relevant aspects linked to the Citizen Energy Communities addressed in Directive (EU) 2019/944 on common rules for the internal market for electricity; moreover, aspects related to the development of Community Energy Strategies
Mainstreaming renewable energy in heating and cooling, including district energy networks, notably with regard to collecting data on energy consumption in the heating and cooling sector, assessing existing market barriers and simplifying existing authorisation, certification and licensing procedures; developing tools to make available information on the net benefits, cost and energy efficiency of equipment and systems for the use of heating and cooling from renewable sources and waste heat and cold; mapping and analysis of the national renewable and waste energy potential in conjunction with respective requirements under Directive 2012/27/EU; assessing and implementing measures facilitating the integration of innovative renewable energy technologies and waste heat and cold into existing and new district heating and cooling networks
Renewable energy in the transport sector
Other related horizontal matters such as support schemes for energy from renewable sources, streamlining authorisation procedures, information and training and Guarantees of Origin

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