Intelligent Energy Europe (IEE)
Intelligent Energy – Europe (IEE) offers a helping hand to organisations willing to improve energy sustainability. Launched in 2003 by the European Commission, the programme is part of a broad push to create an energy-intelligent future for us all. It supports EU energy efficiency and renewable energy policies, with a view to reaching the EU’s 2020 targets (20% cut in greenhouse gas emissions, 20% improvement in energy efficiency and 20% renewables in EU energy consumption).
Intelligent Energy Europe – a success story by 2013
IEE creates better conditions for a more sustainable energy future in areas as varied as renewable energy, energy-efficient buildings, industry, consumer products and transport. The expectation is that by doing this, Europe will also boost its competitiveness, security of energy supply and innovation for years to come. Running until 2013, the programme was open to all EU member states, plus Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Croatia and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. A budget of €730 million has been made available to fund projects and put into place a range of European portals, facilities and initiatives.
Energy Efficiency in Horizon 2020
From 2014 IEE has been integrated in Horizon 2020, the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme ever, with nearly €80 billion of funding available over 7 years (2014 to 2020). The total budget set aside for energy efficiency amounts to approximately €100 million for 2014 and a further €100 million for 2015.
More about the programm on the website of the european commission.
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D2.3 National/regional websites → Download
D3.1 Report containing evaluation of target group demands regarding usability and design framework EIT → Download
D3.1.1 One consolidated report of existing national online tools → Download
D3.3 Web based online application EIT available in 8 country versions / 5 languages → Download
D4.1 Concept for offline campaigning including with a proposal of 10 offline activities → Download
D4.2 Concept for 10 Best-practice offline activities → Download
D4.3 Flyer with the main information about the campaign → Download
D5.1 Concept for online campaigning → Download
D5.2 Special topics topic framework 1-7 → Download
D5.3 Website extension for photo competitions → Download
D5.4 Best practise examples → Download
D5.5 Report on online competitions in every contry → Download
D5.6 Collection of updates on social media channels → Download
D5.7 Video → Play
D6.2 und D7.2 Media Evaluation Report → Download
D7.1 Questionnaire for the evaluation of YEFF and the EIT → Download
D7.4 The SMERGYreport → Download