EuRelations EEIG (IT) interested in joining a consortium

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    Nicola De SantisNicola De Santis

    EuRelations EEIG is an European Economic Interest Grouping established in 2002 with a view to facilitating and developing its members’ economic perspectives by pooling common resources, interests and competences. The organisation includes 33 private and public entities such as municipalities, universities, schools, research centers, consulting and training firms, chambers of commerce, businesses and business associations. Its members represent different European countries (Bulgaria, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Romania, Spain), while its legal and operative premise is in Italy.

    EuRelations acts as a cluster organization that can involve the staff and thematic experts of its members and thereby offer services in the fields of tourism, innovative sustainable economy, environment, public administration, communication, etc.

    We have previous and relevant experiences in Interreg Projects and EU cooperation projects and we are now interested in joining to an existing Mediterranean consortium or to collaborate with partners from other countries for building a consortium.

    If you are interested to know us better, please do not hesitate to contact us by email:

    More info here:

    Ana LacãoAna Lacão

    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 Lacão (

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