Hungarian Energy Efficiency Institute (MEHI)

Hungarian Energy Efficiency Institute (MEHI) is a non profit analytical and advocacy organization, closely co-operating with all companies interested in the energy efficiency market. Its main goal is to encourage energy efficiency investments by assisting and inciting government actions, and also by informing both the consumers and market players. It has been a clear recognition at establishing MEHI that energy efficiency is not only a common concern, but a clear business interest for many market players as well; the key energy efficiency enterprises of Hungary are among the main partners of MEHI.

News
2018. 08.08.

New comparable household prices for electricity / gas

For the first time, Eurostat is publishing prices for electricity and natural gas that are fully comparable across countries. With the new data requested in Regulation (EU) 2016/1952, Eurostat is now able to calculate the weighted average price reflecting total household consumption. In the past, Eurostat used to publish the prices of a single band of consumption for electricity and for gas but they were not the most representative bands in all the countries. 

2018. 06.28.

ACEEE: World Energy Rankings Suggest Countries Need Energy Efficiency to Meet Paris Goals

Some countries do strikingly better than others in saving energy, but all can better use efficiency to meet their Paris Agreement climate goals, according to The 2018 International Energy Efficiency Scorecard published by the nonprofit American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE). No country came close to a perfect score, and the average remained the same as in 2016 — 51 out of a possible 100 points. Overall, Germany and Italy tie for first place this year with 75.5 points,...

2018. 06.11.

Mapping Policies, Opportunities and Barriers to Improving Energy Efficiency, Sustainability and Indoor Quality of Buildings in Visegrad Countries

The Comparative Study provides a brief overview of existing public policies promoting renovation and energy efficiency of buildings in individual V4 countries. The Study identifies best practices and pressing issues mainly in the 4 policy areas energy performance certification of buildings, innovation and sustainability of buildings, incentivizing building renovation after 2020 with limited EU funds and upgrading housing conditions of low income population in the Visegrad. 

Events

C4E Forum

2018. 06. 13 - 2018. 06. 16

Narvil Hotel Resort, Serock, Poland

WHAT IS THE C4E FORUM?In short - not your average conference. The aim of the C4E Forum is to build and strengthen Central...

Are we rich enough to waste for long? Challenges of renewing the Hungarian housing stock

2018. 02. 6

MagNet Közösségi Ház, Hamvas terem (1062 Budapest, Andrássy út 98.)

Hungary, in recent years, has had the highest energy import-to-GDP ratio in the European Union. Decreasing energy intensity and...

An engine for growth and jobs: EU Funds for energy efficiency

2013. 11. 6

Corinthia Hotel Budapest

International conference on new funding mechanisms for energy efficiency investments under the EU Structural Funds 2014-2020(6-7...