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COGEN Europe is a supporter of:

  • the World Alliance for Decentralized Energy (WADE) : works to accelerate the worldwide development of high efficiency cogeneration, onsite power and decentralised renewable energy systems that deliver substantial economic and environmental benefits.
  • the European Energy Forum (EEF) : provides an opportunity for its members to gain a better understanding of energy and energy related issues, through frank and informal discussionson the immensely varied issues present within the world of energy today.
  • the Sustainable Energy Europe : The Sustainable Energy Europe Campaign is a European Commission initiative in the framework of the Intelligent Energy Europe programme, which aims to raise public awareness and promote sustainable energy production and use among individuals and organisations, private companies and public authorities, professional and energy agencies, industry associations and NGOs across Europe.
  • BUILD UP : the European web portal for energy efficiency in buildings.
  • the Energy Efficiency Watch : promote energy efficiency and good policy in the field of energy efficiency within Europe.
  • the Coalition for Energy Savings that brings together business, professional and civil society associations. The Coalition’s purpose is to make the case for a European energy policy that places a much greater, more meaningful emphasis on energy efficiency and savings. In particular it is arguing for the current 20% energy efficiency target to be binding.
  • the Covenant of Mayors is the mainstream European movement involving local and regional authorities in the fight against climate change. It is based on a voluntary commitment by signatories to meet and exceed the EU 20% CO2 reduction objective through increased energy efficiency and development of renewable energy sources on their territories.
  • the FREE (Future of Rural Energy in Europe) Network: the FREE initiative gives a voice to all those who believe that rural energy needs are important issues both for those who live in the countryside and for European society as a whole. This pan-European platform is supported by a wide variety of groups and is aimed at promoting the use of sustainable energy within rural communities through research, energy advice and the promotion of lower carbon energy options available to consumers living beyond the natural gas grid.