Date & Location: 22.02.2016

Investor Days, second edition

Making money flow – strategies to increase energy investments in the European building sector, February 22-23, Brussels

One year ago, the Energy Efficiency Financial Institutions Group (EEFIG) published its final report on recommendations how to increase investments in Energy Efficiency. 12 months later, project developers, financial institutions, policy makers and other interested stakeholders gathered to evaluate the current situation and the progress achieved, to discuss how to increase deal flow, necessary next market solutions and pitch funding to interested developers.

This 2-day event provided a line-up of expert speakers, high level decision-makers and an agenda addressing a wide range of topics related to financing energy saving measures.

With speakers from DG Energy (European Commission), UNEP-FI, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, the US Department of Energy, the Deutsche Bank, the European Investment Bank, Joule Assets, SUSI Partners and more!

Paul Hodson - Investor Days 2016


On day 1, February 22, 14.00 – 18.00, the programme included an opening high level keynote speech by the European Commission, the US Department of Energy presenting successful financing models, and two sessions covering the progress in implementing the EEFIG recommendations, from policy makers and investors views, including an intensive dialogue with the audience.

On day 2, February 23, 09.00 – 12.30, participants discussed with investor experts “How to increase deal flow”, learned about emerging solutions and best practices being developed to respond to investor needs and finally heard  from investors looking for projects to fund.

The detailed agenda is available below as well as the presentations.

Organized by BPIE, IEA-EBC Annex 61: Development of Business Models and Technical Concepts for Deep Energy Retrofits, KEA, and ICP Europe, in partnership with The Covenant of Mayors, the Climate Alliance and the CITYnvest Project.

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