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Intelligent Energy e-library of tools and guidebooks on Energy Efficiency in Industry

Intelligent Energy e-library of tools and guidebooks on Energy Efficiency in Industry

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Climate change and security of energy supply are two major challenges needing urgent action from the EU. They have common causes and common solutions.
Climate change and security of energy supply are two major challenges needing urgent action from the EU. They have common causes and common solutions.

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Energy E ciency in Industry
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Intelligent Energy e-libraryof tools and guidebooks on
Energy E ciency in Industry
http://www.iee-library.eu
 
 Authors/editors:
 Carolina VALSECCHI (IEEP), Emma WATKINS (IEEP), Joana CHIAVARI (IEEP), Peter HJERP (IEEP), Kristof GEERAERTS (IEEP),Kaire KOTSALAINEN (IEEP), Eamon O’HARA (AEIDL), Nora SCHIESSLER (AEIDL), Joao SILVA (AEIDL), Eveline DURIEUX (AEIDL),Tanya TREACY (AEIDL), Julia BAILLY (Prospect C&S), Emiel HANEKAMP (Prospect C&S), Boris SUCIC (Prospect C&S),Florian Paul BODESCU (Prospect C&S), Jaroslav JAKUBES (Prospect C&S), Eva MICHALENA (Prospect C&S),Sulev SOOSAAR (Prospect C&S), Daniela SIMOVA (Prospect C&S), Andrzej RAJIKIEWICZ (Prospect C&S), Marta SZABO (Prospect C&S).
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Daniel RENDERS, Anita CORTÉS Acknowledgements: The team wishes to thank all the project coordinators that have agreed to give us copyright clearance for thereproduction of tools and guidebooks in the IEe-library. Thanks to Brandon Lee, Megan Lewis, Mairi Brookes and Ang Zhao for their support.In addition, we wish to thank all the energy agencies that have pointed us to relevant tools and guidebooks for this e-library.
The responsibility for the content of this publication lies with the authors. It does not necessarily represent the opinion of the European Com- munity or of the EACI. Neither the European Community nor the EACI are responsible for any use that may be made of the information con-tained herein. The information contained in the publication is given for information purposes only and does not legally bind any of the parties involved.
ISBN 978-92-9202-040-8DOI: 10.2826/12812© Executive Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation (EACI) & European Communities 2008
 
Introduction
 
Welcome to the IntelligentEnergy e-library (IEe-library)
Why an Intelligent Energy e-library?
Climate change and security of energy supply are two major challenges needing urgent action from the EU. They have commoncauses and common solutions. Leading the way on a response to both these challenges, European Heads of State and Govern-ment signed up in March 2007 to binding targets for 2020: to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 20%; to meet 20% of theEU’s energy needs from renewable sources; to source 10% of transport fuels from renewable sources; and to improve energyefficiency by 20%.The implementation of EU and national climate change and energy policies requires measures to support activity ‘on the ground’,enabling actors across Europe to tap into sustainable energy business opportunities and jobs, opening markets for new technolo-gies, and making Europe’s economy more competitive.The IEe-library is the result of work by the Executive Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation (EACI) to bring together in oneplace a range of relevant
tools and guidebooks
on energy efficiency, renewable energy applications and sustainable mobility.It includes items funded under the Intelligent Energy Europe (IEE) programme and a selection of instruments picked from over2,500 EU funded projects (under Altener and Save, CIVITAS, Structural and regional funds, LIFE, RTD 2002-2006 and Phare).In addition, nationally and regionally funded tools and guidebooks have been included from the EU 27 Member States, Norway,Croatia, Iceland, the US, Canada and some international organisations.The aim of this inventory is to disseminate good practice, advice and practical instruments throughout Europe and beyond. Herebusinesses, energy professionals, researchers and policymakers alike can profit from a wide range of freely available materialto help them in their everyday work. The IEe-library will also be a good starting point for (future) applicants and contractors tothe IEE programme, to allow their projects to save time and costs by profiting from available tools and guidebooks rather thanduplicating them. All the tools and guidebooks included in this inventory are available free, ready to download and use. Most are in English, butmany are also available in other European languages.
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