Carlos Sanchez-Rivero, DG ENER, opened the session „Financing Energy Efficiency 1st for Fit for 55 - The Role of Financial Institutions“ by stressing that energy efficiency is at the centre of the EU strategy for energy security and independence. The keynote by Isidoro Tapia highlighted relevant examples on how EE1st is implemented in banking operations, while Peter Hobson followed with examples from commercial & industrial investments. In the panel discussion with Bettina Dorendorf, Sorcha Edwards and Markus Seifert the speakers elaborated on the relevance of EE1st for sustainable finance, shared examples on how to strengthen the demand creation and stressed the role data insights play for EE investments. Check the agenda and watch the full session to learn how the high-level speakers approach the topics in their working group.
|11:30||Welcome by DG ENERGY and UNEP FI|
|11:40||Implementing EE1st in banking operations,|
Keynote by Isidoro Tapia, Senior Economist, Energy Efficiency & Energy Advisory, EIB
|11:50||Implementing EE1st in commercial & industrial investments,|
Keynote by Peter Hobson, Head of ESG, Sustainable Development Capital LLP
|12:00||Panel on how to scale up supply and demand for EE investments, moderated by Peter Sweatman, EEFIG Rapporteur|
EE1st principle in sustainable finance, Bettina Dorendorf, Sustainable Finance Prokuristin, KfW
Stimulating demand for EE investments, Sorcha Edwards, Secretary General, Housing Europe
Monitoring data on EE investments and financing, Markus Seifert, partner, D-fine
|12:55||Closing of session by Peter Sweatman, EEFIG Rapporteur|
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- 2022 m. lapkričio 8 d.