This webinar, delivered in English, takes place on February 28, 2018, from 11:00 to 12:00 CET. Participation is free of charge. To register, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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ABOUT THE WEBINAR
The multEE project, financed by Horizon 2020, aims to enhance the quality and implementation of energy efficiency policy planning on different administrative levels across its beneficiary countries.
In order to monitor the impacts and measures of energy efficiency policies, the multEE project intends to introduce an innovative monitoring and verification (M&V) scheme based on a bottom-up data collection process. A well-defined data collection process is crucial to monitor the impacts of energy efficiency policies and measures and, by choosing bottom-up data collection, the energy savings of individual measures are used and added to save results from other specific energy efficiency improvement measures.
Through this process, the outcome of energy efficiency measures would be ensured to be correctly evaluated and useful for future energy efficiency planning. Nevertheless, the beneficiary states would need to clearly define the measures that will be implemented to reach the saving targets, so that they can be able to evaluate the results and control the performance throughout the entire period.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Dr. Konstantin Dimitrov
Macedonian Centre for Energy Efficiency (MACEF)
Konstantin Dimitrov has over 45 years of professional experience in the energy efficiency and environmental protection fields. During this time, he has managed energy efficiency plans at state and municipal levels, as well as having developed national methodologies harmonized with EU Directives.
Pioneer in organizing and performing EE training courses for municipalities in Macedonia, he is a certified designer and an energy expert in relation to technical diagnostics. Additionally, he has published more than 450 scientific and professional publications and won awards such as “The Patent of the year 1988” or the “Eureka 98”.