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ENergy Efficiency and Renewables - SUPporting Policies in Local level for EnergY
In South East Europe the introduction of innovative processes characterized by the transfer, experimentation and consolidation of know-how related to the use and production of energy following a good planning and employing the appropriate management methods is a way to improve the energy balance. The aim of the ENER-SUPPLY project is to assist the local territories towards this direction through the enhanced use of renewable energy sources (RES) and the implementation of Energy Efficiency (EE) measures. This aim will be achieved by: (1) Transfer of legal and technical knowledge from the experienced partners from EU MSs to the local level of the target SEE countries, through the implementation of: * 1 train of the trainers? course; * 9 training courses addressed to Local Institutions. (2) Experimentation of good practices in the management of the energy resources (by public and private organizations) inside the existing economic systems through: * introducing the concept of Energy Managements Systems (EMS); * testing and evaluate the implementation of an EMS in 9 local territories. (3) Development of the territories by setting a chart of the opportunities for EE and RES investments: * RES Potential Maps and EE/RES feasibility studies will be developed; * Potential financial resources will be defined; * The final results will be promoted to potential investors. The project will be accompanied by information campaigns directed to the key target groups in each territory and with a wide dissemination action to give prominence to the results in order to support the trasferibility. The Partners (Pts) are organizations with long experience in energy (EE and/or RES) and with complementary skills.
Call: 1
Priority: Protection and Improvement of the Environment
Area of intervention: Promote energy and resources efficiency
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Project budget:
  • Overall project budget: 1.758.461,00 €
  • ERDF contribution: 1.320.386,00 €
  • IPA contribution: 174.306,00 €
  • ENPI contribution: 0,00 €
Project start date / end date:
2009-04 / 2012-03