Energy Efficiency in Industriual Processes

Energy Efficiency in Industriual Processes

Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes (EEIP) is a free, neutral and open, business & policy platform for industrial energy efficiency.

At its core is the idea that energy efficiency is more than technology, and that market growth can be accelerated through information and best practice exchange. In practice, EEIP network members are coming from organisations of all sizes and all sectors from users, technology and services providers to finance, IT, consultancies and policy. EEIP is covering both, the supply and demand side.

Launched at the European Commission in April 2011, EEIP is set up as a not-for-profit organization in order to facilitate open and inclusive dialogue within industry and between industry and EU policy-makers, EEIP is financed by its supporting partners, content marketing service EnergyPages and externally-funded projects.

The key to EEIPs success is our neutrality and our innovative Go-Where-People-Are approach. As a decentralized platform, everybody can connect to EEIP wherever and however they want: From website to social media, from newsletter to magazines, from conferences to webinars. Currently EEIP is passing 125.000 network members.

EEIP uses communications, engagement and best practices exchange to enable industry and policy to achieve higher energy efficiency and susta inable manufacturing, while, at the same time, enhancing competitiveness for industries - in other words - improving the functioning of energy efficiency markets.