Triple-A “Triple-A: Enhancing at an Early Stage the Investment Value Chain of Energy Efficiency Projects” is an EU-funded research project under the Horizon 2020 programme, aiming to assist financial institutions increase their deployment of capital in energy efficiency, making investments more transparent.
In particular, Triple-A project is seeking to identify which investments can be considered as Triple-A investments, fostering sustainable growth, while also having an extremely strong capacity to meet their commitments, already from the first stages of investments generation and preselection/ pre-evaluation.
Explore our newly launched Triple-A website and learn everything about Triple-A objectives, methodology, activities, and outcomes!
- Why the Triple-A H2020 project is important for the increase of the capital deployment in energy efficiency?
- How Triple-A will support financial institutions and project developers?
- How energy efficiency investments will become more transparent, predictable and attractive?
Stay tuned and be informed about Triple-A events and relevant publications on energy efficiency financing. Download English Version Triple-A flyer to gain brief information on the Triple-A scope, scheme and case studies.
- a leading European economy (Germany),
- an innovation front-runner in energy (The Netherlands),
- a weak economy, went through one of the longest and most severe recessions (Greece), an economy with slow economic recovery (Italy),
- a diversified economy with a strategic geographical location having some of the largest European firms (Spain),
- a country that has experienced one of the fastest economic recoveries in Europe (Lithuania),
- a progressing country with a once sceptical stance towards low-carbon development (Czech Republic),
- and a country, recovering from a slow transition to a market economy, with growing regional strategic role and significant ambition towards EU processes (Republic of Bulgaria).
23-24 January 2020. 2nd Symposium on Climate Change Adaptation in Africa
This webinar was the first of two C-Track 50 webinars. Participants got to learn from cities and regions at the forefront of local action in Europe, update themselves with the recent EU and global energy and climate policy and get inspired by exemplar sustainable energy projects, discovering new tools and best practices in energy and climate plans to achieve carbon neutrality.
The video starts with the presentation by Roberto Rinaldi on the COP 25
Experience – Commission for Environment, Climate Change and Energy (ENVE), European Committee of the Regions.