CEPS © 2019

Ten years after EULEX Key principles for future EU flagship initiatives on the rule of law
CEPS Project

Technical assistance on assessing the effectiveness of the implementation of the definition of small and medium-sized enterprises for the purposes of Article 8(4) of the Energy Efficiency Directive

Units Involved

Financial Markets and Institutions
Economic Policy
GRID

01 July 2019 / 30 September 2020

The Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) places an obligation on Member States to promote the availability to final customers of high-quality cost-effective energy audits and includes the requirement that such audits for enterprises that are not SMEs be carried out every four years (within Article 8(4) of the EED). During the first years of implementation of the audits provisions, MSs faced difficulties in identifying the national companies in scope of Article 8(4). The purpose of the study is to analyse the current implementation of the non-SME definition and assess alternatives.

CEPS Project

Project Details

Financial Markets and Institutions / Economic Policy / GRID


Technical assistance on assessing the effectiveness of the implementation of the definition of small and medium-sized enterprises for the purposes of Article 8(4) of the Energy Efficiency Directive

More About...


This project is funded by the European Commission, DG ENER.
Contact
Willem Pieter De Groen Willem Pieter De Groen
Willem Pieter De Groen
+32 (0)2 229 39 57
Project Partners

Bureau van Dijk