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25/07/2022 at 12:08 #8996Placid MadramanyParticipant
Consorci de la Ribera – Sustainable energy department is Spanish energy agency (Valencia, east Spain) whose aim is to promote renewable energies and a rational use of energy culture among the 47 municipalities that constitute la Ribera region.
We’re willing to collaborate with a partnership to develop projects contributing to shift to a low-carbon society (public and private sector) of our region.
Most of our efforts are currently dedicated to involve private sector on creating a decentralized energy production (energy communities), buildings renovation, energy poverty mitigation and innovation procurement.
Contact details: Plàcid Madramany – firstname.lastname@example.org/07/2022 at 12:18 #8997Placid MadramanyParticipant
Calls of interest:
– Greener Mediterranean: 2.6 “Promoting the transition to a circular and resource-efficient economy”,
– Greener Mediterranean: 2.4 “Promiting climate change adaptatino and disaster risk prevention, resiliance, taking into account eco syste-based approaches”
– Smarter Mediterranean: 1.1 “Developing and enhancing research and innovation capacities and the uptake of advanced technologies”.25/07/2022 at 15:34 #9020Ana LacãoParticipant
I’m contacting you in the behalf of AREANATejo – Regional Energy and Environment Agency from North Alentejo.
We are a Private non for profit organisation of Alto Alentejo region (Portugal). We have the following mission and objectives: to adopt measures for the energy transition; to promote energy and environmental sustainability; to promote carbon neutrality in all sectors of activity; to develop projects that encourage circular economy; to promote the sustainable local development; to incorporate renewable energy sources into energy consumption; to commit to the efficient use of resources; to fight energy poverty; to promote sustainable mobility; to adopt mitigation and adaptation measures to climate change; and to pursue a strategic planning, in all intervention areas.
Our main areas of expertise are: energy, environment, mobility and awareness-raising/environmental education; and we develop the majority of the projects to our associated stakeholders (the 15 Municipalities that belong to the District of Portalegre).
We have been involved in European co-financed projects since 2008 (Leonardo da Vinci, ERASMUS+, INTERREG POCTEP, INTERREG MED and H2020 Programmes).
We have 20 years of experience and we implemented already more than 40 national and European projects, 6 of them under previous MED Programme calls.
Taking into account the elegibility criteria of the new EURO MED Programme, we are not eligible as Lead Partners (only as Partners). So, we would be very much appreciated if you could consider us in a possible partnership.
Looking forward to your reply,
With my best regards,
Ana Lacão03/08/2022 at 12:55 #9357Claudia SistiParticipant
Torres Vedras Municipality in Portugal and CICS NOVA Interdisciplinary Center of Social Cience from FSCH are willing to join the consortium under the theme ENERGY TRANSITION LOW-CARBON RENEWABLE EFFICIENCY
email@example.com / Claudia Sisti + André Alves
firstname.lastname@example.org / Ana Pego
Torres Vedras is a Portuguese municipality in the district of Lisbon, approximately 50 km north of the capital, in the western part of the Centro region. It covers an area of 407 km2, and has 83.000 inhabitants. The municipality has almost 20 km of coastal area, 2 sites of Natura 2000, as well as a local protected area. Over the past few years, the municipality has participated in European projects (LIFE programme) about green procurement and sustainable procurement, such as GreenMED and Building SPP project, and PRO EE (IEE funding); RENERGY (Interreg IVC funding).
Torres Vedras Municipality has stood out for its entrepreneurial capacity demonstrated over the last years, implementing a wide range of interventions in the areas of urban planning and regeneration, socio-economic and cultural development, sustainable mobility and energy efficiency, managing with effectiveness and efficiency the financial resources available from national and European founding programmes.
The mission of Torres Vedras Municipality is to ensure the implementation of laws about the environment, promote sustainable development of the municipality and improving the quality of life of its citizens.
The Sustainable Development Goals and Agenda 2030 set out the priorities and aspirations for 2030, and constitute a reference to respond to global challenges in line with the objectives and lines of action pursued at national level in the field of environment and sustainable development, in particular those resulting of National Sustainable Development Strategy – ENDS 2015, the National Forest Strategy, the National Strategy for Environmental Education 2020, the National Strategy for the Conservation of Nature and Biodiversity 2030, the National Program for Climate Change 2020/2030 and the National Climate Change Adaptation Program.
Assuming the guidelines of the referenced instruments, it is up to the services of the Municipality of Torres Vedras to manage the protected areas of local scope; develop and promote actions and measures of education and environmental awareness of the population; manage municipal facilities for environmental education; prepare applications for projects and awards in the fields of environment, sustainability and energy; coordinate the control and supervision of the municipality’s coastline; ensure control of water and coastal pollution, air pollution, noise and soil pollution; carry out specific studies and actions aimed at the protection and defense of the environment; enable the municipal policy of waste management, forests and green spaces; and manage, enhance and conserve the natural heritage of the municipality.
CICS.NOVA’s mission is to conduct interdisciplinary research in social sciences, to promote critical thinking and disseminate the acquired knowledge in the concerned communities, both on the national and international level, namely through the action of its regional Poles. The research unit’s interdisciplinary framework brings together knowledge in sociology and geography, as central areas, alongside other social sciences and humanities. In addition, there are strong links with life sciences, environmental sciences and engineering, which render CICS.NOVA’s scientific research particularly original and comprehensive.03/08/2022 at 14:39 #9363Mauricio SardiParticipant
I think we can help as EVtech4U is a company specialised on sustainable mobility and building EV charging infrastructure. Would you be interested to discuss in more detail?
En este momento estamos interconectando varias ciudades para desarrollar un projecto de movilidad sostenible aplicado al turismo, logística y transporte publico
Mauricio.email@example.com/09/2022 at 19:05 #10831Angelos ParmatziasParticipant
We are interested in your project, please contact us
C.I.P. Citizens In Power (CIP) is a non-profit, educational and research organization. CIP constitutes a leading organization in Cyprus in global education, social innovation, citizen engagement, entrepreneurship, STEM, IoT, AI, clean energy and sustainable growth. CIP has been running more than 70 EU-funded projects, including KA2 & KA3 actions, AMIF, ENI CBC Med, COSME and Horizon Europe.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.citizensinpower.org11/10/2022 at 13:51 #12944Maria TsagkatakiParticipant
The Municipality of Heraklion is interested to be a partner in your proposal. We would like to have more information and details on the development of your project idea.
Heraklion is the capital of Crete, one of the most economically active towns in the wider region. Also is fourth largest city in Greece. According to the results of the 2021 census, the municipality’s population is 157.452 people.
In March 2011, the Municipality of Heraklion signed the Mayors’ Pact, which is an ambitious initiative to involve local authorities and citizens in reducing energy consumption, saving resources and upgrading the quality of life of citizens. This European Commission’s main objective is to reduce CO2 emissions by at least 20% by 2020. For this purpose, the Sustainable Energy Action Plan was developed as a tool for identifying and certifying the energy policy of the Municipality and its intention to achieve the above objective. The participation of the Municipality of Heraklion following the proposal of the Energy Centre of the Region of Crete for the Covenant Capacity project, co-funded by the Europe – Intelligent Energy Program, is an important part of the training of the SDAE and aims to support the development of Action Plans On Sustainable Energy in Europe. In recent years, institutional players in the city, as well as public and private organisations have worked together more closely to promote and capitalise on the benefits of the city. Heraklion has an economy with comparative advantages in the agro-food sector and tourism. Emerging sectors of the economy are the Environment / Energy and innovation / new technologies sectors.
The Heraklion Municipality is currently implementing many projects regarding energy efficiency in public buildy, transportation. Since this is a priority for the municipality, we consider your proposal an assent to the strategic orientation.
To be able to consider possible collaboration please contact us on email@example.com
Municipality of Heraklion Crete
Directorate of Planning, Programming and ICT
European Programmes Dept.
66, Ikarou Av., Crete, Greece
tel. 0030 2813409199, 0030 2813409221
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