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Sector Corners

Here you can find sector specific online resources on energy efficiency in businesses, such as

  • guidelines & handbooks
  • benchmarking tools
  • case studies & succes stories

The materials include results of national, European or international projects and initiatives, that are relevant to the business sectors listed here, and that are available without cost

Choose your sector and your language
in the menu on the right: 
English, German,
or the EU flag, which links to resources in Bulgarian, Croatian, Dutch, French, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Macedonian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian and Spanish.

Some of the documents already date a number of years back. While this means that some of the information regarding specific technologies is not up-to-date, we believe they can still be valuable to get a first overview about relevant issues in the different sectors, and for rough estimates. 

We welcome feedback and contributions of our readers! If you have newer or additional relevant materials - also in languages not yet represented here - please send them to office(at), as well as any other comments!

What are the Sector Corners for?
The EUREM training programme is by definition cross sectorial, thus the course and the training materials focus on technologies, methods and topics relevant for energy efficiency in almost any business or organisation. But in addition, we wanted to create a place where we could facilitate easily access to the wealth of sector-specific information that is already available, thus saving EUREM participants, alumni and other interested persons valuable time.

The initial research and compilation of the Sector Corners has been carried out as part of the EUREMplus project. The EUREM Consortium and the EUREMplus project partners do not assume any responsibility for the content of the materials and any use made thereof.





The sole responsibility for the content of this webpage lies with the authors. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the European Union. Neither the EASME nor the European Commission are responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.




















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