|Final Conference of EPATEE
Energy efficiency policies
What can we learn from existing evaluation practices?
19th September 2019, 09:30-14:00 | Paris
Espace Cédias, 5 rue Las Cases, 75 007 Paris
What EPATEE is about?
EPATEE aims at raising the capacity of policymakers and implementers. The project provides them both with tools and practical knowledge to make effective impact evaluation an integral part of the policy cycle, thereby improving the effectiveness of energy efficiency policies. EPATEE makes use of existing evaluation experiences in a range of different policy instruments. Experience sharing is the core of the project. Lessons learnt from other EU initiatives and good practices in how to successfully evaluate the impact and cost-effectiveness of energy efficiency policies provide the basis for the development of tools to enhance evaluation practices. For further information please visit our website: www.epatee.eu
What is the aim of the Conference?
The aim of EPATEE’s final conference is to present the conclusion of the project as well as to provide a platform for stakeholders to exchange knowledge and discuss existing practices of the evaluation of energy efficiency policies in order to establish an energy efficiency evaluation community. The conference serves at achieving one of EPATEE’s main targets: to enable user-oriented experience sharing and capacity building. The agenda of the conference will focus on
>The main conclusions of EPATEE
> A panel discussion with different stakeholders and evaluation experts
> A poster session showcasing the main tools and outputs of EPATEE
We are looking forward to meeting you at the final EPATEE conference on Evaluation into Practice to Achieve Targets for Energy Efficiency.
Gregor Thenius on behalf of the EPATEE consortium
The online knowledge sharing and capacity building tools (Knowledge Base, Case Studies & Online Toolbox) developped by the EPATEE project team and several concrete evaluation examples will be presented.
More informations about EPATEE
Contact : Madeleine Alphen 01 46 56 41 44 – firstname.lastname@example.org