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Knauf Insulation

Knauf is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of modern construction products and systems with over 220 production facilities and sales organisations in more than 86 countries and over 27,500 employees worldwide. Our annual sales are over €6.5 billion (in 2016). We are 100% independent and family owned. Part of the Knauf Group, Knauf Insulation has more than 40 years of experience in the insulation industry and is one of the fastest growing and most respected names in insulation worldwide.

Why we sponsor the C4E Forum

In the words of Mr Jean-Claude Carlin, CEO of Knauf Insulation Group:

“We are delighted to be sponsoring the C4E Forum for the second time in 2018. Our vision for the future has always focused on making buildings energy efficient and sustainable, and we have seen many inspirational ideas and developments in policies and financing for energy efficiency coming from Central and Eastern Europe over the last few years. The C4E Forum is THE place to bring ideas, projects and partners together and we are looking forward to working with stakeholders from across the region to make this event an even greater success”. 

Contact Knauf Insulation

Send an email to Ondrej Sramek, Public Affairs Director Eastern Europe at Ondrej.Sramek@knaufinsulation.com
Read more at www.knaufinsulation.com
Follow us on Twitter at @knaufinsulation
Check out LinkedIn page

 

Joint session by Knauf Insulation and European Climate Foundation at C4E Forum

How do you get what you want from policy?

Who:

  • Moderator: Agnieszka Strzemińska (Knauf Insulation), Renée Bruel (ex-government of Netherlands, now energy systems expert in the ECF)
  • Panel discussion guests:
    • Sofie Freilev Ion (European Parliament, right hand of MEP Bendtsen, rapporteur of EPBD revision)
    • Katerina Chajdiakova (Buildings for Future alliance, Slovakia)
    • Jasmina Katica (Head od Department of Energy Efficiency, Federal Ministry of Physical Planning, Bosnia Hercegovina)
  • You. We will engage our audience in active and creative groupwork. While all our panel guests are women, we encourage men to participate on this workshop too!:-)

When:
Friday (15 June) - 14:00-15:30 (90 min)
There will be a small surprise announced at the end for participants from CEE countries:-)

Where:

Wisła room
 
What:
Do you want to know what really happens in the corridors of the European Parliament? What it takes to develop effective advocacy strategies? What doesn’t help when it comes to advocacy? Basically, do you want to know how to get what you want from policy?
 
If yes, then come to our workshop. We do not promise an answer to all the questions, but we do promise insights, a good discussion, and time to share your experiences as well as a good laugh. The goal of the session is to share experience and best practice between the CEE countries inside and outside the EU on how to effectively advocate for energy efficiency policies at both the national and EU level. The workshop aims at answering questions, such as how to advocate effectively and how to coordinate effectively between stakeholders on co-creating energy efficiency policies. The workshop is open to all those who want to put energy efficiency at the heart of the political debate.