During the Concerted Action (CA), work is structured around fourteen “Expert Areas”. These Expert Areas cover the requirements of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED).
The Expert Areas are defined as:
|EA1||Planning, monitoring and verification and savings calculations||Art 3, Art 7, Art 21, Art 24|
|EA2||Energy efficiency obligation schemes and alternative measures||Art 7|
|EA3||Public buildings||Art 5|
|EA4||Public purchasing||Art 6, Art 19|
|EA5||Split incentives||Art 19|
|EA6||Metering and billing information||Art 9, Art 10, Art 11|
|EA7||Demand side resources||Art 15|
|EA8||Grid efficiency and transformation efficiency||Art 15|
|EA9||Energy services and ESCOs||Art 18|
|EA10||Energy audits and management systems||Art 8|
|EA11||Certification of energy services, training and certification of energy auditors and energy managers||Art 16|
|EA12||Efficiency in heating and cooling||Art 14|
|EA13||Finance (cross-cutting area)||Art 20|
|EA14||Information and training (cross-cutting area)||Art 12, Art 16, Art 17|
|EA15||Energy efficiency 1st Principle and decarbonisation (cross-cutting areas)||Preamble|
Topics are proposed participating Member States with input from the Management Team and the European Commission.
Capacity-building in implementation and convergence will continue to be included as part of all Expert Areas throughout CA EED.
The expected results of the Working Group sessions at Plenary Meetings are to identify: