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Cyclists ride along a double circle cycle path to a height of 10 metres, giving cyclists and walkers a sensational 360° experience of the Bosland forest.
Location: Prov. Limburg (BE), Belgium (Belgique-België)
Project: ECO-CICLE
The Marche Region has defined its approach to Industry 4.0, trying to combine the traditional skills of the manufacturing system with digital technologies
Location: Marche, Italy (Italia)
The Green Economy Observatory of the Emilia-Romagna Region monitors the phenomenon of the green economy from a numerical and qualitative point of view.
Location: Emilia-Romagna, Italy (Italia)
Project: GRESS
Lead Partner: Extremadura Energy Agency
ENERSELVES project, Policy instruments for energy self-consumption in buildings, is led by AGENEX, Extremadura Energy Agency, with the following aims: Promote new policies or improve existing policies to support the integration of renewable energy into buildings for self-consumption financed by the Structural Funds and other EC instruments. Design policies to promote only those renewable energies for self- consumption technologies with greater benefits in each region. Define clear KPI (Key Performance Indicators) to identify the best investment by value. Transmit how European policies have an impact on society Support the integration of RES in buildings ENERSELVES focus in the integration of RES for self-consumption, but not every RES is cost-effective for every region, so it needs an in depth analysis and a definition of clear KPIs to identify the best value-for-money investment. Due to the necessity of optimizing the limited SFs, only by focusing in the RES that provided a higher impact on the Growth and Jobs the regions will be investing their funds in a proper manner. ENERSELVES focuses on designing policies to promote only those RES for self-consumption technologies with higher benefits in each region. WHAT ARE THE MAIN OUTPUTS?  Improving 7 Operational Programmes in 7 EU regions, involving 4 Managing Authorities and 3 key energy actorsInfluencing 13 M€ of Structural Funds by the policy instruments175 people increasing professional capacity attending Interregional events38 policy learning events with stakeholders110 good practices identified and collected in a Guide of Best Practices
Lead Partner: Atlantic Axis of Peninsular Northwest
EPICAH aims to promote the improvement of the policy instruments for crossborder cooperation processes in the natural and cultural heritage protection. The objective of the project is also to develop the management of the border by using it as a tourist attraction factor. It shall improve the effectiveness of tourism activity in managing the organization and valorisation of these assets.  Working together to support a better crossborder cooperation in the preservation, protection, promotion and development of natural and cultural heritage.  For the next five years partners will learn from each other and share their knowledge and also their challenges they face in crossborder development in order to enhance the cooperation between border entities by encouraging coordinated actions of the policy makers and technicians responsible for its implementation by developing sustainable, homogeneous and consistent tools on both sides of the border in heritage preservation.  Connected by borders. The partners various cultural and natural resources situated in border areas like forests, sea, monuments, rivers or vineyards, calls for a particular focus on the collaboration between local stakeholders in order to carry out actions for a common goal: nature conservation and preservation of cultural heritage  by making accessible for tourism in a sustainable approach.