Following to our first EEMI Bauhaus which took place end of 2020, we would like to invite you to the second EEMI Bauhaus event will take place on 18 January 2021 at 14h00 CET.
The focus for this second session virtual event will be on data and data-related issues, including the GDPR and moderated by Richard Kemmish and encourage active participation in a Q&A session of 15 minutes after each presentation – don’t miss the opportunity to raise questions and make contact with the presenters.
As the second in a series of ‘green arena’ events, we are honoured to present the following exciting agenda:
Amtrust vision and experience on how a Credit Insurer can reduce financial barriers to renovation. Banking system can adopt risk transfer tools to make innovative Green tailored solutions.
Ettore Piantoni & Marco de Min
Intergovernmental Climate Change Panel report is based on objective data defining the scientific information relevant to understanding the relevant risks of human induced climate risks. For all of us the mandatory objective is to reduce CO2 emission directing sustainable finance into relevant projects delivering the expected results.
TEG documents and Delegated Acts provide guidance defining the metrics and the threshold values to be met. For the existing residential sector the proposed metric is based on Energy Performance Certificates that are a static proxis of emitted CO2 and do not measure over time the impact of efficiency improvement action and the risk the initiative. An introduction to the Italian “Portale Consumi” of ARERA (Regulatory Authority for Energy, Networks and Environment) where the Italian consumer can access at no cost to their own metered consumption. We want to connect the missing links between material consumption data, with TEG metrics and financial institutions de-risking tools to establish an integrated and agile (digitalized) framework that provide dynamic materiality over time with impact on climate change and risks management end to end. The measurable benefits are for consumers, service supplier, financial institutions, policy makers and they will be used for risk management, accounting, disclosure and reporting.
Paola Rusconi – Vice President
The European Energy Efficiency Fund (eeef) supports the goals of the European Union to promote a sustainable energy market and climate protection. The eeef contributes to enhance energy efficiency and foster renewable energy in the form of a targeted private public partnership, primarily through the provision of dedicated financing via direct finance and partnering with financial institutions. The eeef pursues its goals by offering funding for energy efficiency, clean mobility and small scale renewable energy projects in local communities. The highly positive impact on the triple bottom line generated from its business, the innovative public-private partnership structure and the financing models tailored on the specifics of this sector and of each project deliver to the market a case study to scale up the investments in green infrastructures and the contribution to the mitigation of climate change.
Marco Angheben – Head of Business Development & Regulatory Affairs
The focus will be on the main outcomes of European Commission Energy Efficiency Data Protocol and Portal Project: namely the introduction of a common identifier for residential and commercial buildings across Europe. Secondly, a description of the benefits and the challenges for reporting Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG) information in a centralised platform in line with the latest European Green Deal.