The ODYSSEE-MURE project is co-ordinated by ADEME with the technical support of Enerdata, Fraunhofer, ISIS and ECN. It is supported by the Intelligent Energy Europe programme and is part of the activity of the EnR Club.
ODYSSEE and MURE data bases
The projects rely on two complementary internet databases, that are regularly updated by the network of national teams (once to twice a year):
- ODYSSEE, managed by Enerdata, that contains detailed energy efficiency and CO2-indicators with data on energy consumption, their drivers (activity indicators) and their related CO2-emissions.
- MURE, managed by ISIS, that contains a description, with their impact evaluation whenever available, of all energy efficiency measures implemented at EU or national level.
The general objective of the project is to provide a comprehensive monitoring of energy consumption and efficiency trends as well as an evaluation of energy efficiency policy measures by sector for EU countries and Norway:
- Evaluate and compare energy efficiency progress by sector, and relate this progress to the observed trends in energy consumption.
- Contribute to the evaluation of national energy efficiency policy measures and analyse the dynamics of implementation over the NEAAPs.
To provide results in an interactive and attractive way to decision makers and actors involved in energy efficiency, the project will develop specific data facilities. The originality of the project is to cover all sectors and end-uses with an homogeneous and harmonised approach and to provide an overall picture of the trends and measures by sector.
A network of 33 partners from 28 countries participate to the ODYSSEE MURE project, usually national Efficiency Agencies or their representatives within the European network of energy efficiency agencies (« EnR »):
|AEA in Austria||Econotec in Belgium||SEEA in Bulgaria||EIHP in Croatia|
|CIE in Cyprus||Enviros in the Czech Republic||DEA in Denmark||ADEME and Enerdata in France|
|Motiva in Finland||FhG-ISI in Germany||CRES in Greece||SEI, Sustainable Energy Ireland in Ireland|
|ENEA and ISIS in Italy||IPE in Latvia||LEI in Lithuania||Myenergy in Luxembourg|
|Ministry for Energy and|
the Conservation of
Water in Malta
|NL Agency and ECN|
in the Netherlands
|Enova and IFE in Norway||KAPE and GUS (statistical office)|
|ADENE in Portugal||ARCE and Electrica Serv|
|SIEA in Slovakia||IJS in Slovenia|
|IDAE in Spain||STEM in Sweden||Ricardo-AEA and DECC|
in United Kingdom