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Bridging the gap: sustainable energy actions from planning to implementation

8 February 2017 - Brussels, Belgium

The Final Conference of Mayors in Action and BEAST projects will take place in Brussels (Belgium), on 8 February 2017. The Intelligent Energy Europe funded projects Mayors in Action and Beast will share their insights with the aim of providing ideas on how to bridge the gap between planning and implementing a wide range of sustainable energy actions.

The event will bring together policy makers and technical staff from local and regional governments, signatories of the Covenant of Mayors, Covenant Supporters and Coordinators, energy agencies, business sector and energy stakeholders. In addition to a great line-up of speakers and experts the free one-day workshop will be an opportunity to exchange and discuss about sustainable energy actions and replication possibilities.

The free one-day workshop will have a round of speed presentations to look at financing and implementing sustainable energy actions, followed by an interactive panel discussion. A “matchmaking lunch”, in which expert hosts facilitate the networking among participants in a series of topical roundtables, will conclude the event.

View the programme here.

 

Materials presented during the event

Briding the gap - Vincent Berrutto, Head of Unit H2020 Energy, EASME
Clean Energy for all - Eero Ailio, Deputy Head DG Energy
Results from the BEAST project - Ylva Ek and Inga Kreicmane
Results form the Mayors in Action project - Federico De Filippi and  Laura Papaleo
Optimizing energy efficiency in public buildings  – Veerle Leroy, Municipality of Beersel, Belgium, and Savvas Vlachos, Cyprus Energy Agency
Financing Energy Efficiency in the public sector - Melita Boric, City of Zagreb
Participation is key for sustainable communities - Marco Palma, Municipality of Santorso
Accelerating renewables – Goran Krajacic, University of Zagreb
Making sustainable mobility come true – Guri Bugge, Østfold County council
Scaling up sustainable mobility – Jo De Clercq, Municipality of Herent, Belgium

 

 

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