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
2017. 08.09.

ACEEE unique guide tracks how local energy policy boosts community resilience

How have your community's energy efficiency initiatives also increased its resilience? The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy new paper, Indicators for Local Energy Resilience, gives municipal leaders a unique set of tools to answer this question. We explore local energy resilience, the new term for the interconnection of community resilience and various aspects of energy supply and consumption. They look at different aspects of this concept - like thermal building performance...

2017. 08.09.

Fossil fuel subsidies are a staggering $5 tn per year

A new study finds 6.5% of global GDP goes to subsidizing dirty fossil fuels 

2017. 06.26.

EEFIG UNDERWRITING TOOLKIT

Underwriting toolkit assists financing institutions on appraising value and risk of energy efficiency investments 

Events

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...