The myEcoNavigator campaign is spread throughout Europe and involves eleven organisations in nine European countries. These include: Austria, Germany, France, Greece, Poland, Slovenia, Spain and the Czech Republic. The Austrian Energy Agency coordinates the initiative.
Austrian Energy Agency
The Austrian Energy Agency is the national centre of excellence for energy. New technologies, renewable energy, and energy efficiency are the focal points of our scientific activities. We are an independent think tank that manages knowledge, provides the basis for well-founded decision making, and develops suggestions for the implementation of energy-related measures and projects.
Project coordination: Austrian Energy Agency
Contact: Mr. Thomas Bogner, phone: +43 1 586 15 24, email: email@example.com
Bond Beter Leefmilieu (BBL) is the federation of Flemish Environmental NGOs with more than 350,000 members. In the lobby and campaign work, the main fields of action are energy production, energy in buildings, industrial energy efficiency and transport.
The German non-profit company co2online has campaigned for energy efficiency and climate protection in Germany since 2003. Its purpose is to inform consumers on an individual basis about an energy-efficient lifestyle and to encourage them to take further action.
Ecoserveis is a Spanish non-profit organisation that was founded in 1992 to promote the energy efficiency culture. Ecoserveis leads communication, education and technical campaigns on energy efficiency, fuel poverty and renewable energy.
The European Environmental Bureau is an umbrella organisation representing about 140 NGOs at EU level on many aspects of environmental policy. The EEB has had an interest in energy policy since its creation in the 1970s.
evolaris is Austria’s leading competence center for mobile innovation and communication aiming to bridge research and economy. Its focus rests on conception and development of prototypical systems for the web and mobile devices as well as the evaluation of business models for the economically useful application of mobile technologies.
FEWE, the Polish Foundation for Energy Efficiency, was established in 1990 as an independent, non-governmental, non-for-profit organisation. FEWE has undertaken the mission of promoting sustainable energy management wherever energy is generated, distributed and used.
Topten was launched in France in 2004 as a joint project by the green NGO WWF France and the consumer association CLCV. It is now run as a non-profit private company gathering a network of experts who manage the website www.guidetopten.fr where the most energy efficient appliances are listed in order to help consumers making good choices. Guide Topten is supported by the French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME) and by the European Commission.
KEPKA is a non-governmental, non-profit, independent consumer organisation. KEPKA was established in 1982. KEPKA’s main activities are raising consumers awareness in Greece and protecting consumer rights, informing consumers on products, services, economic interests, health, nutrition, environmental problems, human rights, ethics and urging the Greek Government, the European Commission and the European Parliament to develop a consumer policy towards the improvement of the quality of consumers' and citizens’ lives.
The International Consumer Research Institute (MIPOR) was founded in 1993 by the Slovene Consumers' Association and the British Consumer Association. MIPOR conducts research and carries out various projects in the fields of consumer protection policies, comparative testing of product and service quality and safety, financial services, healthcare and patient rights, telecommunications, housing issues, and safety of products and services. MIPOR publishes the consumer magazine VIP magazine and is a member of ICRT.
SEVEn has been on the Czech market since 1990, when it was founded as a non-profit consulting company. Its work focuses on consultancy in the field of business development and economically efficient energy use. It endeavours to overcome the barriers that hinder the satisfactory use of the economic potential of energy savings in industry, the commercial and public sector, and as well as in the day-to-day life of households.