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eERG (end-use Efficiency Research Group) is a research group working on technological, economics, and regulatory aspects of end use energy efficiency at the Energetics Department of Politecnico di Milano (Italy).
eERG is supported by la220 and Leonardo Energy for its activities within EuroWhiteCert project. Energy for Sustainable Development Ltd (ESD) is an international consultancy company specialising in sustainable energy and climate change issues.
ESD is supported by DEFRA (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) for its activities within EuroWhiteCert project. Ecofys is a private company belonging to the Econcern holding. Its areas of expertise include solar energy, wind energy, biomass, hydrogen technology, energy supply and climate policies. ZSW (Centre for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research) is a non-profit foundation in the state of Baden-Württemberg (Germany) which works as a link between basic research at universities and industrial applications. The Government Institute for Economic Research (VATT) is an applied economic research institute producing research data in support of economic policy decisions and discussion of alternative courses of action in Finland. The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE) develops strategic management and policy options to advance sustainable development at Lund University (Sweden).

IIIEE is supported by ELFORSK (Swedish Electrical Utilities R&D Company) and STEM (Swedish Energy Agency) for its activities within EuroWhiteCert project Created at the initiative of the Ecole des Mines de Paris, ARMINES is a contract research association on energy and technological innovation. The Center for Energy Efficiency EnEffect is a non-profit NGO, whose activities are aimed at energy efficiency improvement in all spheres of public life while supporting the efforts of the central and local authorities in Bulgaria to achieve sustainable development of the country. The Centre for Renewable Energy Sources CRES is the Greek national entity for the promotion of renewable energy sources, rational use of energy and energy conservation. ISR-UC is a research and technology transfer institute associated with the University of Coimbra (Portugal) promoting the penetration of advanced energy-efficient technologies. The Austrian Energy Agency is a non-profit energy research and policy institution. It promotes rational use of energy and a stimulation of renewable energy sources and of innovative technologies. APAT is the Italian Agency for Environmental Protection and Technical Services. Created by merging the National Environmental Protection Agency with the Department for National Technical Services of the Presidency of the Italian Council of Ministers, it carries out scientific and technical activities in the national interest to protect the environment, water resources and the soil. The French Agency for Environment and Energy Management (ADEME) is a public institution of an industrial and commercial nature closely involved in the implementation of environmental and energy policies and contributing to France’s compliance with international commitments. Energy for Sustainable Development - Bulgaria Ltd. (ESD Bulgaria Ltd.) is a private company providing technical and consultancy assistance for identification and investment in development and implementation of Bulgarian energy efficiency and renewable energy projects for municipalities and other local authorities in the country. The Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy of the Central European University (CEU) of Budapest (Hungary) is engaged in policy-oriented research covering local, regional and global environmental and sustainable development problems throughout the former socialist block of Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.  


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