Strategies for Leaner Europe: Meeting the Challenge of Energy Efficiency
What energy efficiency policies will the European Union implement? How will they affect the demand for gas and power by 2030, and how should I position my company? These are the questions addressed by Strategies for Leaner Europe: Meeting the Challenge of Energy Efficiency.
Strategies for Leaner Europe: Meeting the Challenge of Energy Efficiency features our 2008 multiclient study designed to shed light on the hidden costs and unknown impacts of the European Union's energy efficiency targets. While the upside of these goals—supply security, decreased emissions, and cheaper energy—receive frequent mention, the massive investment they will necessitate and their potential adverse economic effects remain less explored.
Strategies for Leaner Europe attempts to balance the debate by providing in-depth analyses on the technologies, costs, business models, and policy implications tied to European energy efficiency. The study serves as an invaluable resource for members hoping to acclimate to the new targets and ensure corporate survivability in an environment in which European electricity demand could remain essentially flat and gas demand decline.
Subscribers to this service receive:
Final report and executive summary
Who uses Strategies for Leaner Europe? How?
- Gas and power firms
- Alternative energy firms
- Service providers
What will be the impact of efficiency and what are key strategic questions and business models to consider
- End users
What will be the impact of efficiency on availability of power and gas
- Financial institutions
What will be the winning business models and key projects to finance
Strategies for Leaner Europe: Meeting the Challenge of Energy Efficiency enables members to:
- Understand the range of European Union energy efficiency policies and their impacts on the economic, social, and energy sectors
- Identify the greatest barriers to conservation and the most promising demand-side technologies for European markets
- Learn the trade-offs implied in varying business models in an energy efficient future
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