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Lead Partner: Green IT Amsterdam Region
EV Energy paves the way for a future decarbonisation of the energy and mobility sector. European cities are advancing at rapid pace in the field of renewable energies and urban electric mobility. These are innovative and smart technologies that can contribute significantly to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and increase energy efficiency. Their intelligent integration into energy and mobility system is of high priority in our urban ecosystem. The EV Energy project aims to analyse, initiate and implement policies favouring sustainable energy and electric mobility systems in urban areas. It works with experienced cities and regions, transferring the most appropriate policies and good practices. The project focuses on three thematic areas: Renewable energies Electric mobility Infrastructures (Smart grids, ICT, etc.)
Lead Partner: Forest Science and Technology Centre of Catalonia (CTFC)
With the objective of the transition to a low carbon economy, some countries and regions in Europe are developing energy and land use policies in separate ways by different administrations. To improve the energy sector in balance with the natural resource a challenge is to work on bridging those conflicting views and policies.   BIO4ECO aims to improve regional and national policy processes and policy implementation and delivery addressing the transition to a low carbon economy, in relation with renewable energy use, energy efficiency of building, and forest and agricultural biomass. The main expected outcomes are: increase the share of renewable energy in the overall energy mix (17 M€ of ERDF funding benefited by the project)take into account bioenergy and bioeconomy in all planning and decision-makinglay the groundwork for future integrated strategies and programmes for regional bioeconomy and carbon neutrality.   BIO4ECO will organise interregional and local learning process by thematic workshops, study visits and local stakeholder groups meetings, to achieve a greater integration among the lessons learned. These are going to be the cornerstone of the learning process. Topics that will be worked in these events are the following: Role of forests within regional and national low carbon and bioeconomy strategies and programmesFirst-hand experience on integral solutions for bioenergy policies and strategiesThe Energy-Foof-Water land use nexus: possible equilibrium for the low-carbon transitionHow to increase social acceptance of bioenergy policies?Priorization of bioenergy production at different geographical scales BIO4ECO videos of the thematic workshop in Paris “Prioritization of bioenergy production at different geographical scales” Bio4Eco Interreg Europe - workshop&study visits Paris Bio4Eco - interview Aiga Grasmane, Latvian Forest Owners Association BIO4Eco - interview de Florin Andronescu, Alba Local Energy Agency - Romania
Project development assistance as a financial instrument that supports primarily public sector investors by bridging the gap between project idea and finance.
Location: Kontinentalna Hrvatska, Croatia (Hrvatska)
Project: BUILD2LC
The sustainability observatory is a web-based accessible platform that allows a real-time monitoring of the energy consumption of several municipal equipment’s.
Location: Norte, Portugal
Project: LOCARBO
Entities receive training and prepare a report on energy efficiency measures. The best ones receive technical support and an EV charging station.
Location: Região Autónoma dos Açores, Portugal
Project: EMOBICITY
In July 2016 Tuscany Region decided to invest ca. 34 million of euro in the call "POR CReO FESR 2014-2020 Energy Efficiency Projects in public buildings".
Location: Toscana, Italy (Italia)
Project: REBUS
The FXB Group within the Xewkija Industrial Estate decided to invest in a mix of renewable energy systems to partially offset the plant's energy consumption.
Location: Malta, Malta
Project: RESINDUSTRY