CACTUS is a project on energy sufficiency and its integration into climate and energy strategies in the Central and Eastern European context funded by the European Climate Initiative EUKI. It sensitises key scenario builders, policy makers and wider EU and climate and energy stakeholders on energy sufficiency, and explores its integration in Hungarian and Lithuanian scenario models.
Since the Summer 2020, the négaWatt association has been coordinating the implementation of the Cactus project with its partners REKK, LEI and the Fraunhofer ISI, and with the financial support of the EUKI fund of the German Ministry of the Environment BMU.
Workshop on sufficiency in appliances
Partners gathered at an online meeting to exchange with negaWatt and Enough expert Edouard Toulouse on sufficiency in appliances. Indeed, appliances constitute a key energy consuming sector. They are one of the areas where the EU has been most successful […]
Workshop on building sufficiency assumptions and potentials adapted to the cee context
Key sufficiency experts from partner organisations gathered online on 21 May 2021 to exchange on sufficient potentials adapted to the national context. Partners had selected key sufficiency indicators such as square meters per inhabitant or average households size for the […]
National analytical briefs for Hungary and Lithuania
Through the publication of the two analytical briefs for Lithuania and Hungary, the CACTUS team is completing its first working block, aimed at exploring the energy sufficiency potential in Hungary and Lithuania. The analytical briefs explore the energy sufficiency gap […]