The European Energy Service Awards (EESA) are now open for application!
02nd April, 2014
As part of the „European Energy Service Initiative 2020“(EESI 2020), Codema is delighted to announce that application to the European Energy Service Awards (EESA) are now open. The Awards recognise that efficient use of energy is an important prerequisite for the success of the energy revolution and to achieve the climate protection targets in Europe. EESA therefore recognises companies that are frontrunners in providing, promoting and implementing high quality energy services to make energy efficiency a success story. The Awards are running for the 7th time and are co-ordinated by EESI2020 lead partner Berliner Energieagentur.
The following categories are now open for applications:
1. Best European Energy Service Provider
Open to Energy Service Companies contributing to new market development with the readiness to take risks, showing innovativeness in technical implementation, exemplified in a successful milestone project.
2. Best European Energy Service Promoter
Open to companies, institutions or individuals having made a strong contribution the development of the energy service market, addressing existing barriers and implementing solutions to overcome these barriers.
3. Best European Energy Service Project
Projects can be from all sectors and should show excellent results in climate protection, application of innovative technologies, or customised solutions addressing specific customer needs. A maximum of three projects will be awarded in this category.
Find application documents and further information at:
Closing date for applications is 31st May 2014.
The award winners will be selected by an international jury of experts and awarded at a high level event in Brussels in autumn 2014.
The European Energy Service Initiative 2020 (EESI 2020) is supported by the EU and contributes to the promotion and development of the Energy Performance Contracting model. Coordinated by Berliner Energieagentur partners from nine European countries are working together, organising seminars and trainings, compiling practice guidelines, assisting pilot projects and programmes, and disseminating results and best practice examples.Back