Stockholm national workshop
The eceee energy sufficiency project held a national workshop in Stockholm in December 2017. The workshop focused on "reversed multiple benefits", i.e., seeing energy efficiency as a multiple benefit of another investment.
At national, local and individual project levels, there are decisions that could be influenced by multiple benefits arguments – potentially moving the outcomes of these decisions towards greater energy sufficiency. Spatial planning, infrastructure investment, health and industrial policy, and individual building refurbishments are all areas where these arguments can be deployed. The workshop explored these decision, and also whether we have the right tools to identify multiple benefits and to communicate them to decision-makers.
Download from the library
The report and presentations can be downloaded from the library.
The energy sufficiency library
eceee's energy sufficiency library contains all concept papers, workshop reports and presentations from the Energy Sufficiency project. It also highlights relevant reports from other sources to help you dig deeper and better understand what sufficiency might mean for you and our society.