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  • Focus more on ‘active energy efficiency’ is AIE’s main message in its position on the review of the Energy performance of Buildings Directive. The AIE’s position paper highlights the importance of the life-long building operation phase and the benefits for the end-user of more and better measurement, monitoring and control of their energy usage through integrated solutions. This way the end-users also participate actively to the energy market whilst improving their comfort in residential and commercial buildings or the efficiency of industrial processes.

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  • The ‘E-ZUBIS’ campaign of ZVEH, the German association for Electrical and Information Technology Trades gains a new dynamic: New partner is the German Handball Association (DHB). The stimulating and recruiting platform for electrical craftsmen connects their logo on the jerseys of the German youth national handball federation (DHB). Hans Auracher, Vice-President of ZVEH and President of ArGe Medien Group within ZVEH says: "Handball is a demanding team sport that requires a good mix of intelligence, precision, endurance, speed and flexibility..."

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  • On 26 May 2016, SolarPower Europe (former EPIA) launched its new report 'Ahead of the pack - Solar as the new Gateway to the decentralised Energy World?'in the European Parliament (Brussels). Hosted by MEP Theresa Griffin, rapporteur on 'A New Deal for Energy Consumers' this event will focus on:

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  • On Tuesday 19 April, the AIE attended the presentation of the International Energy Agency (IEA), on the “World Energy Outlook 2015”. Not surprisingly, this latest World Energy Outlook publication also sees clear signs that the energy transition is underway, but warns strong direction is needed from next climate summits.

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  • Boost consumer power in the energy market, urges Industry and Energy Committee (ITRE Press release) Consumers should be given more power in the energy market, said Industry and Energy Committee MEPs on Thursday 21 April. They recommend schemes such as collective buying, home power generation by households, better price comparison tools for everyone and making it easier to switch energy providers and tariffs. In a non-binding resolution intended as an input to Energy Union legislation to be tabled by the EU Commission, MEPs also call for EU funds for energy efficiency to better focus on energy poverty.

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