European Green Deal – Letter from EPEE to Executive Vice-President Timmermans and Commissioner Simson

EPEE sent a letter to the Executive Vice-President Timmermans and Commissioner Simson, addressing how the European Green Deal is a major opportunity to promote the implementation of a sustainable cooling approach, and therefore help enabling carbon neutrality and the EU to achieve its climate and energy goals.

Count on Cooling: A five-step approach to deliver sustainable cooling – A white paper prepared by EPEE

There will be significant growth in the use of cooling over the next 30 years, delivering many benefits for society. We need to ensure that this growth is delivered with sustainable cooling solutions for the sake of people, the environment and the EU economy and competitiveness on a global level. Many of the required technologies are already available, and the cooling industry is continuing to innovate and provide further improvements. Read about our sector’s 5-Step approach to deliver sustainable cooling.

European heating & cooling industry: EPEE’s commitments towards sustainable cooling

In September, on the occasion of United Nations’s Climate Action Summit 2019 in New York, EPEE, published a pledge, outlining the industry’s commitments to be an active and supportive industry player to provide and promote sustainable cooling solutions on the way to a carbon neutral Europe.

EPBD Implementation Guidelines 2019

The guidelines developed in this document are intended to clarify five key aspects of the EPBD, providing details on the measures to be implemented as well as recommendations on good practices to be used in order to harmonise the interpretation of this piece of legislation in EU Member States.

Lessons Learned from the EU F-Gas Regulation

This paper provides an overview of lessons learned from the European experience for countries which are currently considering different options to achieve the Kigali HFC phase-down steps.

EPEE Gapometer Project – Key Messages

The EU F-Gas Regulation creates massive cuts in the CO2 equivalent amount of HFC refrigerants that can be placed on the EU market. This reduction scheme is regulated by a quota system. The first big cut in HFC quota is in 2018. The EPEE Gapometer Project provides important insights into the actions required to meet the challenging HFC phasedown targets.