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Estonian University of Life Science

EnergyClass Team:

EnergyClass Head of Project: Andres Annuk

andres.annuk(at)emu(dot)ee

EnergyClass Project Manager: Marek Muiste

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EnergyClass Renewable Energy specialist: Priit Pikk

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EnergyClass Communication officer and specialist: Tiit Pikk

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Estonian University of Life Sciences

The mission of the Estonian University of Life Sciences is to guarantee sustainable use of natural resources and enhance rural development Universities, just like people, differ from each other. The «character» of the University is, first and foremost, expressed in its responsibility to society — in its mission.

Estonian University of Life Sciences is the only university in Estonia whose priorities in academic and research activities provide the sustainable development of natural resources necessary for the existence of Man as well as the preservation of heritage and habitat.

The Estonian University of Life Sciences (EMU) is an independent university since 1951 made up of 5 institutes of which one is dedicated to agricultural and environmental sciences.

Its expertise lie in the fields of energy efficiency in buildings, new and renewable energy resources (study of efficiency in small scale energy production to improve the rational use of energy), social impacts of new energy production and consumption methods, trainings and courses for increasing energy and topic related knowledge transfer.

The main role for EMU in the PEA project is to support local/regional activities and the whole project on R&D field through:

- mapping and analyzing the existent energy plans in the region;

- supporting activities of international working group for R&D institutions;

- generating/updating the methodology for energy strategy and planning;

- developing and implementing a study plan for energy management and energy efficiency on end user level.