Financing energy efficiency and small-scale renewables projects – EU & CEM (part 2)

The Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) is a global forum where major economies and forward leaning countries work together to share best practices and promote policies and programs that encourage and facilitate the transition to a global clean energy economy.

PART II: Session on Clean Energy Ministerial "Clean energy finance – Empowering markets"

Welcome (and moderation)

Kathleen Gaffney, Senior Programme Manager, Energy Efficiency Division, International Energy Agency

[Integrating Energy Efficiency in Mortgages]

Luca Bertolot, Secretary General, European Mortgage Federation - European Covered Bond Council (EMF-ECBC)

[SEAF - Creating the Market Place for Energy Efficiency – multiple-sector investment platform]

Caroline Milne, Communications Director, Joule Assets Europe

[Public buildings, one-stop-shop for public buildings]

Fergus Sharkey, Head of Business and Public Sector, Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland

[Energiesprong – new standard for home renovation, industrialisation, international dimension] 

Sebastien Delpont, Associate Director, GreenFlex

[US experience - PACE] 

Casey Dailey, Director of Energy and Environmental Programs at Western Riverside Council of Governments, US, Eduard Puig

[International CEM speaker] 

Tbd

Panel Discussion – scaling up clean energy finance

Moderator:  Kathleen Gaffney, Senior Programme Manager, Energy Efficiency Division, International Energy Agency

Closing

Tbc