ENIPE Energy Efficient Industry and Products Expo (Istanbul, 11-14 January 2018) and consultation meeting on “Energy Efficiency Technology Atlas Turkey / Building Sector” January 2018

GIZ contributed at ENIPE Energy Efficient Industry and Products Expo in Istanbul (11-14 January 2018) together with its partner-ministry, the Turkish Ministry of Environment and Urbanization (MoEU), to present the activities under BMU projects “DKTI Programme for Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings” and “Capacity Development Capacity development for the implementation of a monitoring, reporting and verification system (MRV) for greenhouse gas emissions in Turkey”. Along with the Head of Department and General Director of the relevant directorates, the Deputy Minister of MoEU also visited the projects at the expo.

The Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings project also organized a consultation meeting at ENIPE on January 12thto present some results of its upcoming  publication entitled “Energy Efficiency Technology Atlas Turkey / Building Sector”. The objective of the Atlas is to inform relevant decision makers as well as private sector actors on the products, services, actors and the driving forces of energy efficiency in buildings, while exploring the actual and potential technology market for Turkey. The aim of the consultation meeting was to receive feedback from relevant actors to fill in data gaps and on how far all relevant issues have been addressed in the Atlas. To that purpose, participatory surveys were distributed so that detailed feedback could be received from stakeholders on general sector issues, technologies, costs and other market information and recommendations on how the Atlas can best be utilized to improve and promote energy efficiency technologies in Turkey. The meeting was well-received by participants and MoEU and relevant industry representatives underlined the importance of awareness raising on energy efficiency and developing the technology market.


Pictures: Project for Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings in Turkey, © GIZ