BASE Switzerland – coordinator: Basel Agency for Sustainable Energy – Established in 2001, BASE is a Swiss non-profit foundation and Specialized Partner of United Nations Environment. Around the world, BASE develops innovative ideas and tailored market-driven solutions to drive investment in sustainable energy and to meet the challenge of climate change. BASE conceptualized the ESI model together with the Inter-American Development Bank, which has been and is being implemented in various countries in Latin America.
FIRE Italy: Federazione Italiana per l’uso Razionale dell’Energia – FIRE is an independent non-profit organization, whose purpose is to promote the efficient use of energy. Founded in 1987, FIRE supports companies and people involved in the energy efficiency sector both on the supply and demand side. FIRE has more than 400 members, which cover the entire energy sector including technologies producers, large and medium enterprises, universities and research centres, energy managers and energy professionals
BCSD Portugal: Business Council for Sustainable Development – BCSD Portugal is a non-profit association of public interest representing companies engaged with sustainability created in 2001. BSCD Portugal has more than 85 member companies and has involved its members in public policy development including green fiscal reform, green economy growth policy, circular economy projects, revisions of environmental law, and EU consultations. BCSD Portugal is part of the global network of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development
EnergyLab Spain: Centro Tecnológico EnergyLab is a non-profit private foundation set up on 2008. EnergyLab is a technology centre specialized in energy efficiency and sustainability, and is engaged in developing and spreading technologies, products and consumption habits which optimise energy efficiency and sustainability in industrial, services and transport sectors as well as in society in general.
Supporting partner – UNEP FI: UNEP FI is a partnership between United Nations Environment and the global financial sector with a mission to promote sustainable finance. UNEP FI has a membership of over 200 financial institutions, including banks, insurers and investors. Together UNEP FI works to bring about systematic change and finance to support a sustainable world. UNEP FI is also a co-founder of the Energy Efficiency Financial Institutions Group (“EEFIG”), along with the European Commission