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Agri-food Circular Systems: the FFI Ecosystem. Education, Community and Innovation: the three ingredients to weave regenerative Agri-food systems.
Location: Emilia-Romagna, Italy (Italia)
Project: SinCE-AFC
Temporary use of a closed cell of a municipal solid waste landfill to compost waste water treatment sludge.
Location: Andalucía, Spain (España)
Project: COCOON
Online libraryBrowse brochures, policy briefs and other material related to the four topics of our programme. Research and innovation 16/03/2017 Browse brochures, policy briefs and other material related to research and... Type: Platform Research and innovation Copy Link Clusters support smart specialisation thematic platforms A policy brief highlighting the growing synergies between policies supporting smart specialisation policy implementation and cluster policy development.  () Download NICHE project leaflet Leaflet of NICE project PDF (910.98KB) Download CLUSTERS3 project brochure A brochure of project CLUSTERS3 PDF (348.80KB) Download CLUSTERS3 Open Conference summaryVisual summary of the project's conference InnoBridge project leaflet A leaflet of project InnoBridge PDF (449.97KB) Download SME competitiveness 16/03/2017 Browse brochures, policy briefs and other material related to the... Type: Platform SME competitiveness Copy Link iEER project leaflet A leaflet of project iEER PDF (400.35KB) Download SPEED UP project leaflet A leaflet of project SPEED UP PDF (581.02KB) Download SPEED UP project basics A scroll through the SPEED UP project basics PDF (366.64KB) Download RaiSE presentation brochure RaiSE presentation brochure PDF (2.98MB) Download Policy brief on the role of regions in the implementation of the Small Business Act for Europe A policy brief on the Small Business Act for Europe. PDF (233.58KB) Download Low-carbon economy 16/03/2017 Browse brochures, policy briefs and other material related to the low-carbon... Type: Platform Low-carbon economy Copy Link Policy brief on low-carbon economy This policy prief highlights policy developments in the EU in the field of renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainable mobility. PDF (89.37KB) Download Policy brief on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans A policy brief highlighting SUMP as a modern planning concept to promote low carbon urban mobility.  PDF (92.18KB) Download Leaflet on the Interreg Alpine Space project PEACE_Alps Leaflet on the Interreg Alpine Space Project PEACE_Alps on pooling energy action plans and enhancing their implementation in the Alps PDF (2.13MB) Download Demand-responsive transport The aim of this policy brief is to highlight the benefits of DRT for European regions, outline some of the barriers to its uptake, and show how European support can help to overcome them. PDF (814.61KB) Download Renewable Energy Communities At its most basic, renewable energy communities involve generation of energy from renewable resources and technologies, which are partly or wholly owned by local communities. PDF (615.22KB) Download Environment and resource... 16/03/2017 Browse brochures, policy briefs and other material related to the environment... Type: Platform Environment and resource efficiency Copy Link RETRACE project leaflet A leaflet of project RETRACE PDF (1.80MB) Download SWARE project infograph Visual material presenting the SWARE project PDF (624.05KB) Download Digital solutions in the field of cultural heritage The document provides a brief overview of the EU policy documents addressing digitisation of cultural heritage and presents inspiring good practices stemming from the Interreg Europe projects. PDF (1.41MB) Download
Project summary FINERPOL aims to increase the renovation rate of buildings by improving access to finance and so enabling those upfront investments to be made.    What is a Financial Instrument? Financial Instrument schemes with EU participation are created to provide finance on a complementary basis from the Union budget to address policy objectives of the Union. These objectives are often achieved with risky investments that require public participation to de-risk financing. This EU financial support will be combined with finance coming from the private sector and other public financial sources in order to promote investments in the area of building energy retrofitting. Such instruments may take the form loans or guarantees and other risk-sharing instruments (equities and quasi-equities), and may, where appropriate, be combined with grants. Loans Most common instrument in any financial scheme, have repayment priority over other financial structures such as equities, have low risk (but higher interest) and are easy to manage.     Guarantees An investor creates a guarantee in order to de-riskfinancing (loan or other) and offer cheaper financing, they require less funding than loans alone and have a clear multiplying effect.       Equities As in the creation of a Company, an investor (also public entities) may contribute to financing contributing as a partner or shareholder, having higher risks but also higher ROI. It usually targets a smaller number of recipients with high investment volume.   Quasi-Equity A type of financing that ranks between debt and equity according to the exposure to loss in case of insolvency or the level of ownership acquired. It stimulates risky investment with less collateral requirements than equities. A special case is the subordinated loan: It will only be paid back once the senior loans are entirely paid.   Check out more on this video €2,010,730.00 from 1 Apr 2016 to 30 Sep 2020 Topic Low-carbon economy What will this project change? Buildings account for 40% of energy use and 36% of CO2 emissions in the European Union. Currently, about 35% of the EU's buildings are over 50 years old, and by improving their energy efficiency we could reduce total EU energy consumption by 5-6% and lower CO2 emissions by about 5%. Increasing investment in energy efficiency and renewable energy for buildings is a major challenge, requiring substantial up-front investments (estimated at €38 billion during 2011-30). The European Union provides support for the creation of funding instruments, especially Financial Instruments (FIs) supported by ERDF funds and integrated with EC funding initiatives, such as EFSI (Juncker Plan 06/2015), tools from the European Investment Bank EIB (ELENA, Margarite Funds) or from public and private partnerships. Partnership Lead Partner Partner What policy instruments does the project address? Extremadura (Spain). Operational Program for ERDF of Extremadura 2014-2020  The addressed policy is included in the Operational Program for ERDF of Extremadura 2014-2020. Investment priority PI.4.3 Support of energy efficiency, smart management of energy and renewable energy implementation in public infrastructures, including public buildings and household.  Which partners are working on this? Extremadura Energy Agency Extremadura Regional Government Southwest LEP European Structural and Investment Funds. TO4 Low Carbon. Building the market in low carbon technology Plymouth City Council (PCC) Managing Authority.   The addressed policy is included in the Heart of the Southwest LEP European Structural and Investment Funds Strategy: Integrated Activity C. Reaching new markets: TO4 Low Carbon. Building the market in low carbon technology  ERDF allocated : Transition areas (including Plymouth) £5.51m (total approx. €7.65m)  Which partners are working on this? Plymouth City Council Region of Western Macedonia (Greece). Regional Operational Programme of Western Macedonia / Thematic Objective - Axis 4 Managing Authority Regional Operational Programme of Western Macedonia / Thematic Objective - Axis 4 / Supporting the Shift Towards a Low Carbon Economy in All Sectors Western Macedonia University of Applied Sciences (TEIWM) will prepare a regional action plan for Axis 4 structural funds of the regional operational programme that will combine the two project objectives: - To transfer current partners practices in the definition of policies combining FIs and ESIF for energy efficiency and renewable energy investment in buildings. - To generate an Action Plan for the design and implementation of an Instrument in RWM, combining ERDF, and aiming to promote EE and Res in buildings.   Which partners are working on this? University of Western Macedonia (UoWM) (until 07/05/2019 Western Macedonia University of Applied Sciences (TEIWM)) Operational Programme Prague – Growth Pole (OP PGP) of the Czech Republic for the period 2014-2020 The addressed policy is included in the Operational Programme Prague – Growth Pole (OP PGP) of the Czech Republic for the period 2014-2020, the thematically specific parts connected with ERDF funding. Namely there are two relevant priorities: - Priority axis 2: Sustainable mobility and energy savings (thematic objective 4) with the specific objective 2.1: Energy efficient city buildings using also suitable renewable energy sources, energy efficient technologies and smart management systems. - Priority axis 1: Strengthening research, technological development and innovation (thematic objective 1) with the specific objective 1.2: Easier establishment and development of knowledge-intensive companies; in the context of this project with a focus on energy efficient technologies for buildings. These two priorities capture very well both improving energy efficiency in public buildings (priority axis 2) and innovation in the same field in the private sector, specifically SMEs (priority 1). While the financial instruments are addressed in the priority axis 1 (though not tested yet), the financial instruments are missing in the priority axis 2.   Which partners are working on this? City of Prague Norte (Portugal). North Region Operational Program (2014-2020) – Norte2020 (does not apply to the 5th call) Specific objective “To raise energy efficiency in public infrastructures of regional and local administration, supporting the implementation of energy efficiency and rationalizing consumption”  Which partners are working on this? CEIIA - Centre of Excellence and Innovation for the Automotive Industry (until 13/10/2016 INTELI) (Czech Republic) Integrated Regional Operational Programme (IROP) for the period 2014-2020 The addressed policy is included in the Integrated Regional Operational Programme (IROP) for the period 2014-2020. One relevant policy was identified: - Investment priority 4c of Priority axis 2: Supporting energy efficiency, intelligent energy management and renewable energy use in public infrastructures, including in public buildings and in the housing sector ; specific objective 2.5 : Improving energy performance in the housing sector.  Which partners are working on this? University Centre for Energy Efficient Buildings, Czech Technical University in Prague Baden-Württemberg (Germany). Integrated Energy and Climate Change Concept of Baden-Württemberg (cancelled) The addressed policy is part of the Integrated Energy and Climate Change Concept of Baden-Württemberg, which entered into force on July 31, 2013. Action “Heat”, measure 41: State promotional funding for energy efficiency refurbishment (Landesförderung für energetische Gebäudesanierung) which is an operational program which is targeting to enhance the energy efficiency and application of renewable energy in the housing sector as well as in the service/trade and industry.  Which partners are working on this? Climate Protection and Energy Agency of Baden Württemberg Provincial Law n.20/2012. Provincial Law on energy issues. Provincial Energy Law and implementation of Article n.13 of Directive 2009/28/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 April 2009 on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources, amending and subsequently repealing Directives 2001/77/EC and 2003/30/EC. (does not apply to the 5th call) Which partners are working on this? Autonomous Province of Trento PHOTO GALLERY Subscribe now (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js#xfbml=1&version=v2.10"; js.async = true; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); FINERPOL Tweets by FINERPOL Latest News See all project news 10/10/2021 We are back! FINERPOL is one the projects of the fifth call for proposals of additional activities linked to COVID-19 activities launched by Interreg Europe. Type: Project 09/11/2020 FINERPOL results at a glance After four years, the adventure of FINERPOL project ends with remarkable results. Type: Project 09/09/2020 #Europecooperates: the versatility of financial instruments Ana Martinez Pinilla from the FINERPOL project explains how financial instruments can help boost your region’s COVID-19 recovery. Type: Programme, Project 04/06/2020 FINERPOL at Europe, let's cooperate! Results of FINERPOL project will be disseminated in the annual event of Interreg Europe. Type: Project 23/03/2020 Results of FINERPOL by region FINERPOL project ends and we present the main achievements of the project by participant region. Type: Project 05/08/2019 A new FI for energy renovation in Extremadura FINERPOL project has helped to create the new Financial Instrumento to boost energy renovation in Extremadura Type: Project 05/08/2019 FINERPOL success case in Extremadura AGENEX presented the successful case of FINERPOL in Extremadura at EUSEW. Type: Project 02/08/2019 FINERPOL AP for Heart of the SW of England The policy instrument, Heart of South West LEP ESIF Strategy, has the main priority of low carbon investment. Type: Project 10/06/2019 FINERPOL will influence the ROPWM14-20 in Greece The University of Western Macedonia (UoWM, formerTEIWM) delivered the proposed FI of the biomass-based district heating system of the municipality of Deskati. Type: Project 31/05/2019 FINERPOL project at EU Let's Cooperate! In the exhibition, FINERPOL partners explained the achievements and showcased the difference they are making in regions around Europe. Type: Project
In order to avoid chemical reactions within the landfill body and to assure structural stability, several criteria are set for the waste quality and disposal.
Location: Brandenburg, Germany (Deutschland)
Project: COCOON
Solar energy to heat sanitary hot water for social housing of people in vulnerable situations affected by energy poverty
Location: Andalucía, Spain (España)
Project: POWERTY
An Innovation Platform that allows educational technology industry, schools and educational institutions co-develop better educational technology for learning.
Location: Etelä-Suomi, Finland (Suomi)
Project: MARIE
Combination of rainwater network and storm water storage tanks
Location: Aττική, Greece (Ελλαδα)
Project: AQUARES
Project Events Sort results by Newest first Oldest first Internationalisation in the age of digitalization 19/03/2019 UpGradeSME & EUSDR PA8 | SME internationalisation in the age of the 4th... Type: Project UpGradeSME 6th interregional event 24/10/2018 - 25/10/2018 6th interregional partner meeting | Exchange pf experience work shop |... Type: Project Internationalisation of SMEs | Impact of IE projects 09/10/2018 Joint event of 4 INTERREG EUROPE projects supporting European SMEs to... Type: Project UpGradeSME 5th interregional event 12/04/2018 - 13/04/2018 5th interregional partner meeting Exchange pf experience work shop Study tour ... Type: Project UpGradeSME | Staff exchange in Karlsruhe 07/02/2018 UpGradeSME Staff Exchange 7th - 8th February 2018 in Karlsruhe. Type: Project UpGradeSME | Staff exchange in San Sebastian 27/01/2018 - 29/01/2018 Joint staff exchange action with the involvement of UpGradeSME partners Type: Project Transnational Policy Dialog SME internationalization 19/10/2017 - 18/10/2017 The Event hosted by Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum will gather Stakeholder deriving... Type: Project ’INTERREG DAY’ in Budapest 10/10/2017 - 02/10/2017 INTERRED Day with the involvement of Hungarian actors working in INTERREG... Type: Project UpGradeSME 4th interregional event 04/10/2017 - 06/10/2017 UpGradeSME 4th interregional event and Steering Committee Meeting Type: Project UpGradeSME 3rd interregional event 03/04/2017 - 04/04/2017 3rd interregional meeting of the UpGradeSME partners in Stuttgart Type: Project 12 Next Tweets by UpGradeSME
Project summary European regions are facing an increasing mobility demand while coping with higher congestion levels. Undoubtedly, there is a strong need to increase the use of sustainable transport modes meaning, above all, promoting intermodality, technical innovation and the use of cleaner and more efficient systems. Hence, European regions need to undertake the transition towards low-carbon and resource efficient transport systems in order to increase mobility, remove major barriers and fuel growth and employment. In this challenging context, where an effective action requires strong interregional cooperation, arises REGIO-MOB, whose overall objective is to secure Europe’s sustainable growth by promoting sustainable mobility. Therefore, influencing the related instruments in each concerned territory and contributing to their improvement and more efficient performance, as a result of mutual interregional learning. REGIO-MOB partners expect to contribute to the consolidation of sustainable mobility in their regions by improving their policies performance as a result of a shared learning process. This improvement will be materialised through the developement of regional mobility strategies with an holistic approach (environmental,economic & social factors). To this end, every partner will carry out a regional analysis on their needs&best practices,which will be further transferred through the 7 regional workshops. In addition, each one of them will set up a Regional Stakeholders Group that will enrich the process & will also ensure the key stakeholders engagement. This process’ results will be gathered in a Guide on Recommendations for more efficient & cleaner mobility prior to undertake the development of the 7 Regional Mobility Plans. The outputs will directly benefit the partners, our stakeholders and clearly our regions. Eventually, we aspire to influence as well other regions not originally involved in the project. Then we will be able to say that we have fully succeeded.  €1,327,816.00 from 1 Apr 2016 to 31 Mar 2020 Topic Low-carbon economy What will this project change?     Partnership Lead Partner Partner What policy instruments does the project address? (cancelled) ANDALUSIAN OPERATIONAL PROGRAMME ERDF 2014-2020. Thematic Objetive T.O.04 – Supporting the transition towards a low-carbon economy in all sectors. Investment.Priority I.P. 4e Investment Priority IP.4e. Promotion of low carbon strategies in all territories, particularly in urban areas,including the promotion of sustainable urban and multimodal mobility and adaptation measures with an impact in mitigation.Specific Objective OE.4.5.1. Promotion of sustainable urban mobility:clean urban transport,public transport,connection between urban and rural areas,improvements of road networks,cycling,pedestrian mobility,electric mobility&development of clean energy supply systems.In Andalusia the consolidation of a sustainable mobility model is essential, as evidenced by the fact that this is a priority issue not only for the ROP ERDF but also for Regional and Local Authorities. In addition as can be seen referred to further on the region has been trying to consolidate sustainable mobility patterns for more than a decade, though not completely successfully yet due to the slowness and complexity of the processes. It has to be taken into account also the wide regional coverage, which hampers the implementation of these strategies. So as long as the region is still very far from the desired model of urban mobility,it is essential to undertake improvements on the existing instruments and adopting different approaches (or shifting the existing ones). And these improvements can be inspired by other regions experiences and initiatives as well as the new approaches can be easily learnt from other territories. Which partners are working on this? ANDALUSIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (partner until 31/03/2017) Transport Development Strategy in the Republic of Slovenia. Transport Development Strategy in the Republic of Slovenia: Development and Promotion of sustainable mobility.  The Transport Development Strategy is the most important instrument to articulate sustainable mobility in the Republic of Slovenia. Its purposes can be summarized as follows: to present the standpoints, needs and possibilities for the development of the key transport infrastructure in the Republic of Slovenia,to prepare a harmonised development programme for the key transport infrastructure in the Republic of Slovenia, to guarantee ex-ante conditionalities for drawing EU funds in the 2014–2020 financial period for transport infrastructure. Every national transport policy has an important role in the country’s general policy, since it enables the operation and development of society as a whole. An optimum transport system is a  fundamental condition for a country’s efficient operation, since it provides for the implementation of other country’s policies and is also regarded as a precondition for economic development. The transport policy vision is defined as the provision of sustainable mobility for the population and supply to the economy. Exchanging of the best practices can improve and promote sustainable mobility within regions achieving interregional learning processes. In terms of results, cooperation can influence policy instruments.  Which partners are working on this? INSTITUTE OF TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORT LJUBLJANA ROP ERDF - Lazio Region - 2014-2020. Action 4.6.1 and 4.6.3 - (Thematic Objective 4) Investment Priority: Promotion of low-carbon emission strategies for urban areas, including the promotion of multimodal sustainable mobility and relevant measures of adaptation and mitigation, Action 4.6.1 Infrastructure construction and interchange development aimed at increasing collective mobility and distributing goods in an environmental friendly way and related transport systems and Action 4.6.3 - Smart transport systems. The regional implementation strategy includes a series of integrated interventions which include "soft" and "hard" measures. In this sense, the ROP contributes to a more efficient use of infrastructure, vehicles & logistics platforms for the Roma smart city project (ITS Systems), in line with the PGTU-General Plan of Urban Transport of Rome.Innovative measures will be in place to contain environmental and social impacts of mobility in the metropolitan area (exchange nodes, new generation vehicles and trains),in order to ensure comfort and safety to the collective movements and the use of information technology to support the management and control of private mobility and public transport-Intelligent Transportation Systems. These actions are combined with direct interventions to complete the infrastructure network (railway), the exchange nodes,modal integration and to facilitate the use of collective means and of low environmental impact (car/bicycle sharing, city logistic, environmental islands) that will be supported by other funding sources. Which partners are working on this? REGIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LAZIO MUNICIPALITIES - ANCI LAZIO Development Strategy of the Małopolska Region for 2011 – 2020. "Malopolska 2020. Endless possibilities", 3rd area of intervention: Infrastructure for Communication Accessibility. 3.3 Increasing availability of transport areas with the lowest availability in the region3.4 Support for integrated transport systems management The activities carried out in the area of transport should be updated and aimed at creating a coherent, user friendliness, sustainable transport system, contributing to reduce the negative impact on the environment. Mainly best practices work out during the project will be transferred to the Development Strategy of the Małopolska Region for 2011 – 2020 (update of document planned for 2017). Close cooperation with Marshal Office of Małopolska Region through established regional reference group will improve accessibility of transport in our region (Area 3 and Area 4 of Development Strategy of the Małopolska Region) by testing new transport capacity with municipalities from the region of Malopolska. The REGIO-MOB project entails the development of mobility plans which will be used for investment activities under Integrated Territorial Investment (Support sustainable multi-modal urban mobility by developing sustainable metropolitan transport).   Which partners are working on this? NIEPOLOMICE MUNICIPALITY Regional Operational Programme (ROP) ERDF (Thematic Objective) OT 4 - Supporting the shift towards a low-carbon economy in all sectors Two priority axis (PA) shall be considered due to their strong connection with the issue addressed:PA3 -Promoting the low-carbon economy through investments in energy efficiency in buildings, public lighting and sustainable multimodal urban mobility.PA4 - Supporting sustainable integrated urban development and regeneration of deprived urban areas. Within these axis, 2 specific objectives concerned:PI 3.2 - Promoting strategies to reduce carbon dioxide emissions for all types of territories, in particular urban areas, including promoting sustainable urban mobility plans and relevant measures to help adaptation PI 4.1 - Promoting strategies to reduce carbon dioxide emissions for all types of territories, in particular urban areas, including promoting sustainable urban mobility plans and relevant measures to help adaptation.The above priorities will finance investments aimed at reducing CO2 emissions in urban areas, based on sustainable urban mobility plans.These specific objectives chosen aim to reduce carbon emissions in urban areas based on sustainable urban mobility plans. In line with EU CO2 reduction policies, the expected contribution to the mentioned objectives in all urban areas, namely to support the transition to a low-carbon dioxide economy in all sectors, shall be provided by lowering exhaust emissions from transport, offering alternative transportation options and discouraging private car use, making cities better places to live for their inhabitants. Which partners are working on this? REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY SOUTH-WEST OLTENIA R.O.P. WESTERN MACEDONIA Thematic Objective 7 - Promotion of sustainable transport and elimination of bottlenecks in the necessary network infrastructure. Investment Priority 7b - Enhancing regional mobility by connecting secondary and tertiary nodes to TEN-T (Trans-European Transport Networks) infrastructure, including multimodal hubs. The Regional O.P. is focused mainly on building new infrastracture projects (regional and national roadworks). The O.P. should be more focused on sustainable mobility and urban quality of life (e.g. road and personal safety in urban transport, enery saving of transport modes, renewal of urban areas to be more pedestrian friendly, priorities to alternative modes of transport such as bicycles, walking, etc.) and promotion of new measures and technologies for the environment. It is also important to give priorities to better co-ordinate and integrate transport modes, avoid overlaps of responsibility and promote an integrated transport authority for all modes (such as public transport and road traffic management/control). Which partners are working on this? REGION OF WESTERN MACEDONIA  REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT FUND OF WESTERN MACEDONIA (partner until 11/07/2017) Regional Transport Strategy for South-East Scotland (RTS) The RTS is a statutory document setting out the transport policy framework for South East Scotland for a 10-15 year period. The current RTS was prepared in 2008, with an update in 2015. It supports wider Scottish Government economy, social and environment aims (e.g.the National Carbon Reduction Target) and links with the strategic land use/development plan for the region. Delivery of the measures included in the RTS is a matter for SEStran and the various stakeholders–in particular the 8 partner local authorities who, together with the Scottish Government, hold the major budgets for transport investment. SEStran itself has only extremely limited funding. Delivery of regional transport priorities has been hampered as local authorities have had to cut budgets and focus on local and immediate priorities. As a result there are gaps in cross-boundary transport provision within the concerned area, congestion is increasing particularly in the periphery of the city and surrounding areas, and environmental targets are being missed. The importance of tackling these issues will grow as the economy and population of the region increase as forecast, and more effective and sustainable approaches to delivery of regional transport services and infrastructure will need to be found. The Strategy therefore requires a comprehensive review, including improving the interactions between different levels of government and better prioritisation of policies and interventions to meet key objectives.   Which partners are working on this? SOUTH-EAST SCOTLAND TRANSPORT PARTNERSHIP (SESTRAN) (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js#xfbml=1&version=v2.10"; js.async = true; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); REGIO-MOB Tweets by REGIO-MOB Latest News See all project news 01/02/2021 Questions to REGIO-MOB favourite story Read about the REGIO-MOB project, which has been selected as favourite story in low-carbon economy. Type: Programme 22/10/2019 Program Agenda - High-level Political Forum High-level Political Forum - Interregional Learning towards Sustainable Mobility in Europe: the REGIO-MOB Experience Type: Project 04/04/2019 REGIO-MOB Impact_Interactive brochure A summary about the impact of regional action plans of REGIO-MOB partnership is ready to shared from the Interreg Library. Type: Project 30/03/2019 Map of P&R in Kozani Map of Park&Ride system proposed in Kozani (GR) under REGIO-MOB Action Plan presented by Regional Western Macedonia. Type: Project 22/03/2018 Save the date: High level political event To discuss about the future of Sustainable Mobility in European Regions and introduce REGIO-MOB's Action Plans. Type: Project 12/09/2017 1st FESTIVAL OF SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY REGIO-MOB project will present the project results and the Best Practices from Scotland Type: Project 29/06/2017 Workshop and exchange of experiences in Niepolomice Workshop and exchange of experiences in Niepolomice on 21-22 June 2017 Type: Project 01/06/2017 Workshop and exchange of experiences in Ljubljana Workshop and exchange of experiences in Ljubljana on 24th and 25th May, 2017. Type: Project 28/04/2017 REGIO-MOB 2nd NEWSLETTER REGIO-MOB 2nd newsletter is now available online. Type: Project 29/03/2017 Exchange of good practices in Rome On March 15th-16th 2017, the interregional meeting focused on the “exchange of good practices” took place as part of the Regio-Mob project in Rome. Type: Project