During the webinar, Fraunhofer ISI's Frederic Berger and E3-Modelling's Zoi Vrontisi discussed the importance of the MICAT economic indicators, and explored their political relevance and applicability for different levels, with a special emphasis on national and EU levels.
Who attended and why?
Policy makers, research institutions, EU-funded projects and other national or international stakeholders who are interested in understanding the multiple impacts that energy efficiency can have within Europe had joined.
• Overview of microeconomy, macroeconomy, innovation and competitiveness, as well as energy security and energy delivery impact categories
• Overview of economic indicators: selection process, data sources, outcome of modelling etc.
• Economic relevance
• Relevance to policy making
Moderator: Diedert Debusscher (European Copper Institute)