Regulations - Directives

In the Directive 2009/28/EC for Renewable Energy and in the Directive 2012/27/EC for energy efficiency the European Commission specified the requirements for the member states that have to be implemented through the national action plans of the countries.

The national renewable energy action plans are expected to describe a detailed roadmap of how each Member State expects to reach its legally binding 2020 target for the share of renewable energy in its final energy consumption.

Challenges for the CEE-Countries

On 19 March 2018 the 16th Energy Efficiency Coordination Group Meeting (EECG) took place at the Secratariat of the Energy Community in Vienna.

ECS presented the status of implementation of the EECG Work Programme 2017-2018. The  EECG will work more on EPBD implementation, 2030 framework and product regulations. The first EED annual progress reports were submitted by all contract partners, with exception of Albania. Georgia has another EED deadline for adoption (31 December 2018) and has set the 2020 target through the first NEEAP developed in 2017 and pending adoption. The Reports were revised by the ECS and are in line with the provisions of the EED and the template, which distributed in 2017.

Progress on the National Energy Efficiency Action Plans (NEEAP)

On 20th December 2017 the 2nd NEEAP was adopted by the Albanian Government and the Secretariat received a Summary version in English. The country is aware of the delay about the EED and the late adoptataion of the NEEAP. Bosnia and Herzegovina also adopted the state-level NEEAP in December 2017, which includes primary savings and EED roadmap are included in the NEEAP.

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