The EU SAVE programme (Specific Actions for Vigorous Energy Efficiency) is the union-wide programme dedicated to promoting energy efficiency in industry, commerce and the domestic sector.
This project was a European-wide study to identify policy options to improve the efficiency of domestic electric and gas ovens and to develop a common basis for possible national actions (eg a technology procurement programme or education initiatives). A wide range of possibilities to improve energy efficiency, and related policy options in the context of climate policies.
The work was organised into six tasks:
The focus was on actions at EU level. The following policy options were analysed:
Groups from 8 European countries (Austria, Germany, Finland, France, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden, UK)
This project was funded by the EU SAVE II programme (Specific Actions for Vigorous Energy Efficiency), the union-wide programme dedicated to promoting energy efficiency in industry, commerce and the domestic sector, with supplementary financing from NOVEM for the Dutch partner
Representatives of NOVEM and CECED as well as those of the relevant working groups of CENELEC (CLC/TC 59X/WG3) and CEN (CEN/TC 49/WG2) participated in the meetings. CECED has also provided data for a number of tasks.