1st OPEN TRAINING SESSION @EUSEW 2015: ENERGY MANAGEMENT for SUSTAINABLE ACTION PLANS

18 June 2015 - Brussels (Belgium)

Municipalities, Regional Authorities, Covenant of Mayors Supporters and Coordinators, public and private stakeholders were invited to participate in this free workshop.

This open training session was intended to support Local and Regional Authorities interested in learning more on how Energy Management (EnMS) and Sustainable Energy Action Plans can be integrated. The workshop focused on practical steps, sharing of best practices, tricks and tools by experienced municipalities and EnM-SUPPORTERS on the EnMS+SEAP approach.

The  programme of the day is available here.

Materials presented during the day

Marco Devetta, SOGESCA and Emanuele Cosenza SOGESCA : The 50000&1 SEAPs´ approach for Local Governments

Zygmunt Kuc, Municipality of Dzierzoniòw : Energy Management System based on the PN-EN ISO 50001 - implementation in Dzierzoniòw

Vassiliki Amenda, Municipality of Likovrisi-Pefki : ISO 50001 as a tool for better energy management and a more accurate SEAP

Charlotte Spörndli, International Office European Energy Award : European Energy Awards

Siegfried Zoellner, ICLEI Europe : Optimizing energy use in cities through Smart Decision Support Systems

Christian Bottaro, Federazione dei Comuni del Camposampierese and Emanuele Cosenza, SOGESCA : EnMS for groups of Municipalities and joint SEAPs

Iudit Bere, Timisoara Municipality and Delia Coatarca, Denkstatt Romania : EnMS and already existing SEAPs

Miguel Reza and Monica Rivera,  Albea Transenergy : EnMS and SEAPs Development - Diputaciòn Ourense experience

 

 

Report on Open Centralised Training on EnMS+SEAP methodology for EU Municipalities and supporting structures

The 50000&1 SEAPs project has organized two Open Training Sessions addressing key actors - Local Authorities and their supporting structures with the objective of sharing knowledge and providing hands-on support to the set up and implementation of the
EnMS+SEAP approach.
The discussions highlighted how data collection remains a key barrier to be overcome in order to plan appropriately and consistently with a clear baseline. Not only data remain hard to access at an appropriate quality level, but often the cooperation with distribution operators remains simply on a voluntary basis instead of being regulated by law. This results in very diverse panorama through European States.

Read more here.

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