Training and Network of European EnergyManagers
... cut energy costs and reduce greenhouse gases worldwide.
New Co-funded European Project EUREMplus
The project EUREMplus aims at making the European EnergyManager Training and Networking Program available to companies in Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Macedonia, Poland and Romania. A focus is on small- and mediumsized enterprises (SME) from the manufacturing industries sector, to enable them to increase energy efficiency and competitiveness. This project is co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union. More about EUREMplus
Megatrend Resource and Energy Efficiency:
The "Oil Age" is coming to an end; energy costs are skyrocketing and breaking one record after another. There appears to be no change in sight since energy consumption is increasing rapidly in newly industrialized countries. One further megatrend is the protection of climate and environment. It is certain that human beings have significantly contributed to the greenhouse effect. Therefore, every effort has to be done to reduce damaging greenhouse gases, especially carbon dioxide (CO2). This idea of environmental protection and the high energy costs drive more and more enterprises to reduce their energy consumption and to improve their energy efficiency.
"EnergyManagers" for measurable results:
Increasing energy efficiency is precisely the task for the European EnergyManager (EUREM): They promote company-wide energy savings and hence contribute to climate protection. The energy concepts of more than 2000 trained EnergyManagers resulted in energy savings of 1,500,000 MWh, cost savings of 60 million Euros per year, a CO2 reduction of 400,000 tons per year and investments of 200 million Euros.
The goals of the EUREM project are to
- train and qualify specialists
- build up a network of experts
- intensify the transfer of knowledge and technology
- share information and experience
- improve the competitiveness of companies
- support energy efficiency technologies and export activities
- promote environmental and climate protection world-wide
EUREM is not only a continuing education programme, but also a global networking community of energy efficiency experts. The participants and graduates regularly meet on conferences, workshops and online platforms to exchange experiences, get information on current energy topics and help each other with various tasks.
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