In 2020, the energy transition is entering a new phase: the new EU Green Deal, new legislation and programmes in Member States to implement the Clean Energy Package and, in general, a new momentum for climate protection.
The ManagEnergy Networking Event will present how energy agencies can make use of these opportunities to drive the energy transition in their cities and regions. Together, we will discuss how we can develop our organisations and trigger more sustainable energy investment in our regions and cities.
Energy Agencies can be leaders in the energy transition: they have a key role in activating important stakeholder groups - politicians, administrations, citizen and local businesses - and catalysing the process of change. We will show you how!
Financial support is provided in the context of ManagEnergy to selected participants from local and regional energy agencies: up to 200 Euro as contribution to travel and accommodation costs and free entrance to the European Energy Efficiency Conference (4-6 March 2020, participation fee: value of 330 Euro). So register now & apply for funding!
4 March 2020, in Wels/Austria in the context of the European Energy Efficiency Conference and the World Sustainable Energy Days, at 14:00
Specifically tailored for energy agencies:
get an update on EU policies and funding programmes
exchange with peers, present your projects and discuss new cooperations
attend other sessions of the European Energy Efficiency Conference and benefit from the comprehensive package it offers
visit a leading tradeshow on sustainable energy with 1,600 exhibiting companies
ManagEnergy is the initiative of the European Commission dedicated to support local and regional energy agencies: www.managenergy.eu
The European Energy Efficiency Conference and the World Sustainable Energy Days are organised by the OÖ Energiesparverband, the regional energy agency of Upper Austria: www.wsed.at
The Green Deal – what is in it for energy agencies?
Radoš Horáček, European Commission, DG Energy
Upcoming EU funding opportunities
Anette Jahn, European Commission, EASME
ManagEnergy – Supporting energy agencies in leading the energy transition
Seamus Hoyne, Limerick Institute of Technology, Ireland
Following an inspiring showcase of successful initiatives by peer energy agencies, we work together on how our agencies can venture into new fields, on funding solutions for these new activities and on developing new investment projects.
A viable financing scheme for deep renovation of multi-family houses
Daniel Encinas Martín, Agencia Extremeña de la Energía, Spain
Triggering the industrial energy transition
Gerhard Dell/Christiane Egger, OÖ Energiesparverband, Austria
Bringing the regional energy transition into the digital age: the TerriSTORY tool
Étienne Viernot, AURA-EE, France
How to develop an integrated hydrogen economy
Nejc Jurko, KSSENA, Slovenia
Mastering EU financing for the local energy transition
Piergabriele Andreoli, Provincial Energy Agency of Modena, Italy
Engaged citizens as allies of energy agencies: the ENES-CE project
Alen Visnjic, Medjimurje Energy Agency, Croatia
Tackling climate protection and youth employment: the Yenesis project
Savvas Vlachos, Cyprus Energy Agency, Cyprus
Guiding large cities through their energy transition
Ion Dogeanu, Local Energy Agency Bucarest (AEEPM), Romania
Supporting municipalities in profiting from power system flexibility
Michael Sillén, Greater Stockholm Energy Agency, Sweden