Apr 2018 [Briskee, News articles]
A new report from the BRISKEE project (Behavioural Response to Investment Risks in Energy Efficiency) provides policy recommendation bases on the micro-level research. This includes the analysis of more than 15000 completed surveys on their behavioural response to energy efficiency investment and risk.
Dec 2017 [Briskee, News articles]
A recent BRISKEE working paper provides insights to the European debate on discount rates. The paper analysis the macroeconomic effects of energy efficiency measures in EU households and is part of the BRISKEE (Behavioural Response to Investment Risks in Energy Efficiency).
Dec 2017 [Briskee, News articles, Project events]
Films and presentations from eceee’s Annual policy seminar and BRISKEE final conference is now online. The seminar, entitled ”Is Europe lagging behind? From private investment behaviour to global trends” was arranged by eceee and the European Commission-supported BRISKEE project.
Aug 2017 [Briskee, News articles]
Based on more than 15000 completed in-depth online surveys in eight EU countries, a new working paper discusses energy demand modelling for household appliances. The study was carried out in the framework of the BRISKEE project.
Oct 2015 [External, External reports, News articles]
(19 Oct 15) eceee Press Release – European energy and climate policies are partly based on questionable assumptions, resulting in short-sighted assessments that under-value the economic benefits of energy efficiency, a new study shows. The findings by the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy suggest that higher targets for energy efficiency in the European energy and climate policies could be more than justified. Most EU Member States use more realistic assumptions in their efficiency assessments