TOP 3 EEIP articles 2nd quarter 2018

Energy Efficiency


19 November 2018


Cristina Florensa

1 - What's next for industrial energy efficiency?

By Paul Noble

Why don't companies do more? This is the question to understand why organizations don't engage a holistic energy efficiency approach with longer term strategies, while costs could be minimized, also carbon emissions might be reduced and the exposure to volatile markets better controlled.

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2 - The Gordian Knot

By Rod Janssen

Is ICP the Alexander the Great of century XXI? And what has this to do with the Gordian Knot? They key point is that bold action was needed to cut the Gordian knot - and that is what ICP can deliver to tackle one of the most complex challenges in the energy efficiency sector - how to make energy efficiency projects bankable to increase the investment flow into this sector enabling re-financing of ESCOs and project developers and to increase trust on the client side.

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3 - Open now: the energy efficiency barometer of industry

By Stefan Buettner

The 2018 Energy Efficiency Barometer is here. You have time until the 30th of September to participate and have the chance to consider how companies can accelerate the energy transition, make investment decisions and derive strategies for your business, with the information provided by the end of the fourth quarter from all the participants's contribution.

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About the Author

Cristina works as EEIP Communication Designer. She is also overseeing EEIPs writer network and blog expansion into new areas of the energy transition. Cristina has a university degree from Elisava Barcelona School of Design and Engineering.