STEEEP – Support and Training for an Excellent Energy Efficiency Performance
Energy efficiency is also a priority for Europe, within the scope of achieving its climate objectives. Through numerous projects, it is attempting to encourage companies to limit and optimise their energy consumption.
STEEEP is a European project in which for three years (2014-2017), 630 European SMEs are being guided in implementing energy efficient measures. The eventual objective is to arrive at an energy saving of 10 to 15%. The project is an initiative of chambers of commerce from ten European countries coordinated by EUROCHAMBRES, and is being co-financed by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme.
In Belgium, 19 SMEs from the Flemish Brabant and East Flanders regions undertook in early October 2014 to examine their energy consumption and to achieve energy savings. They participate in collective workshops whereby they learn about different themes such as lighting, heating and refrigeration. During the workshops, they also exchange experiences concerning energy management and saving techniques. Larger companies from the region also take part in these workshops.
Nine sessions were organised in total. The topics and data are determined in mutual consultation. Company visits are also on the agenda and, where possible, are linked to the topics discussed. Lastly, each enterprise is still guided individually in effectively implementing energy-saving measures.
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