Energy Efficiency in the Liberalised Market
Completing the Market for Least-Cost Energy Services: Strengthening Energy Efficiency in the Changing European Electricity and Gas Markets
(funded by the European Commission)
ACE participated in a European Commission (DGXVII – SAVE programme) funded project to examine the potential role of Integrated Resource Planning (IRP) and Demand Side Management (DSM) programmes in a liberalised energy market. This project was intended to compare experiences in a number of European Member States which have varying degrees of energy market liberalisation, the report is designed to inform policy makers about appropriate approaches to the stimulation of a market for energy services.
Bringing Energy Efficiency to the Liberalised Markets (BEST)
Following on from the project described above, the SAVE BEST project developed the case for developing an Energy Services Directive. The project team put together a report detailing the case for a new Directive, illustrating how the energy services goals could be met through detailing numerous case study examples from throughout Europe, and outlining the possible content of a Directive on Energy Services.
- Completing the Market for Least-Cost Energy Services: Strengthening Energy Efficiency in the Changing European Electricity and Gas Market [Final Project Report]
- Completing the Market for Least-Cost Energy Services [Executive Summary]
- Bringing Energy Efficiency to the Liberalised Gas and Electricity Markets
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