The Energy Efficiency Association to Represent Turkey In Europe




The Energy Efficiency Association was established as a non-govermental organisation in order to create awareness of energy efficiency. It is a member of the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ECEEE), which shares the same missions on an International Platform.

The primary purpose of The Energy Efficiency Association is to create awareness in people, helping them to use energy efficiently and productively. Furthermore, it aims to continually conduct scientific research and also to increase public knowledge by sharing those findings with public enterprises and citizens. With the purpose of encouraging the use of energy-efficient homes, the "Enerji Hanım" project was launched, which presently continues to successfully tour provincial cities of Turkey. In order to continue spreading across the country, the association plans to implement new projects.

Many important Turkish industrialists, businessmen and bureaucrats have been appointed to its Executive Board.

Integrated with the World

The European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, ECEEE, was established in 1993 as a non-profit, independent organisation, and was registered as a Swedish organisation with its secretariat in Stockholm. The President of ECEEE is Peter Bach from the Danish Energy Agency.

ECEEE offers governments, industry, research institutes and organisations a unique resource of evidence-based knowledge and reliable information.

It promotes the understanding and application of energy efficiency in society and assists its target groups – from policy makers to programme designers and practitioners – in making energy efficiency happen.