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mardi 13 décembre 2011

Three Energy Cities' members involved in the ENER SUPPLY project

Started in April 2009, ENER SUPPLY aims to strengthen the expertise of public local administrations by means of a know-how transfer process regarding the exploitation of renewable energy sources and a planning of an efficient energy management.

The ENER SUPPLY project, financed by the South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme, is the result of a common effort of 13 partners from 11 South-East Europe countries, whose Lead Partner is the Municipality of Potenza, Italy.

RES trainings have already been completed in almost all 11 territories from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
The training path is made of the following steps :
- analysis of training needs,
- classroom training,
- e-learning,
- assistance during the planning stage,
- assistance during the project promotion stage.
In order to create an environment more favourable to sustainable energy in the involved territories, it has been planned to communicate to the local targets through a video competition.
If you want more information about this project and this video competition, contact : Marco Caponigro, Potenza or visit the site : www.ener-supply.eu



by Béatrice Alcaraz on 13 décembre 2011 / 284 visites




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