In this new submission, ECI wishes to highlight aspects that are specific to the European copper sector. It concludes with a list of recommendations needed to safeguard the industry’s global competitiveness.
ECI, July 2014
Action on making the current policy frameworks more supportive of unlocking the large-scale savings of Building Automation and Control Systems (BACS) contributes to several dimensions of the Energy Union strategy.
Energy Efficiency Industrial Forum, February 2013
The Coalition for ENERGY SAVINGS, December 2011
The Coalition for ENERGY SAVINGS, November 2012
A new briefing from the Coalition for Energy Savings takes stock of the state of energy savings in the EU and of its potential to reap the multiple benefits of an energy-efficient European Union.
Eurometaux, September 2013
The Energy Efficiency Industrial Forum (EEIF) welcomes the European Commission’s efforts in making sure that energy efficiency is at the heart of the Energy Union framework, and calls for Energy Efficiency First to be integrated as the overarching theme into the European heating & cooling strategy.
Eurometaux, July 2012
This publication features many of the different professions that work with copper every day and outlines why they consider it vital for their work. A video is also available on ECI YouTube account. http://youtu.be/mbyFDjX8cLI
Led by the developing economies in Asia, global demand for copper products remained buoyant in 2007. According to the International Copper Study Group¹ refined usage increased by 4% to a record 18.3 million tonnes. While Europe’s demand was down by 2.5%, China’s economic expansion resulted in it using 27% of the world’s copper in 2007, up from 18% in just five years.