II BYDGOSZCZ ENERGY DAYS

2nd June, 2017

The Energy Management Office in the City Hall of Bydgoszcz invites all to the II Bydgoszcz's Energy Days and 25. Environmental Protection Forum. This takes place on 2 June 2017 in from 12.00 to 18.00.

Attractions include: presentation of e-cars and e-vehicles Tesla, Nissan, BMW, Toyota, Mitsubishi, educational bus KAPE, e-charger for cars, companies connected with RES, Thermal Heating Plant KPEC Sp. z o.o., final of contest 'Free the energy', presentation of projects CitiEnGov oraz ENERGY@SCHOOL Interreg Central Europe, one-stop-shops of school and university - RES studies, bicycles marking by Police, for children Professor Inquisitive and his lab, possibility for sightseeing of Municipial Solid Waste Thermal Treatment Plant in BydgoszczProNatura Sp. z.o.o. od 10.00 do 13.00 and much more.


Energy Data Cafè – Focus Group on Energy Data in Ferrara (Italy)

13th June 2017

The Energy Data Cafè aims at developing and going deeper the debate on topics emerged in the previous Energy Cafè appointment which was held in the city of Reggio-Emilia: energy data cadaster for energy planning and standard and interoperability. In this way, participants will have the opportunity to work together on energy planning among public and private stakeholders and researchers.

Event organized by Dedagroup Public Services.

4th CitiEnGov Study Visit (Ludwigsburg, Germany)

21st - 22nd June, 2017

The study visit to Ludwigsburg will be the 4th in a series of visits to specific locations of interest planned to be conducted during the project life to facilitate knowledge exchange and output development. The project partners will also meet to discuss recent results and next steps of thematic (and other) workpackages as well.

 The study visits will include visits to:

  • Information and Knowledge Center / Wissenszentrum Energie
  • ‘Green Room’ in Public Space – Solution on Climate Adaption
  • E-Fleet Garage of the Municipality / E-Mobility
  • CEC 5 Demonstration Building - Sustainable Building solutions for public buildings e.g gym and cafeteria of a school campus
  • Public bike rental stations
  • Sustainable development of the residential area Hartenecker Höhe
  • Wood Ship Plant /District Heating Solutions of the Public Utility Company
  • Sustainable Building Solution in Combination with an Information Centre on Environmental Protection “Casa Mellifera”

There will also be presentations of recent results and next steps on Pilot Actions in parallel working groups.

Energy Day in Grodzisk Mazowiecki – CitiEnGov Regional Workshop in Poland

23rd September 2017

The event which is organized by the Municipality of Grodzisk is intended to be a multi-stakeholder event on energy, renewables and sustainability; and will will feature:

- Energy workshops and presentations for citizens

- A fair with companies and institutions active in the RES line of business

- An energy Cafe

- Presentation of RES technologies

- A conference on energy

GOLEA Will Join “En. Management & En. Municipality 017” Event in Ljubljana (Slovenia)

12th October, 2017

En. Management & En Municipality is an annual event where energy managers from the industry meet with their colleagues from local communities and where an award is given to the most energy efficient municipalities in Slovenia.

GOLEA WILL join the event and CitiEnGov project will be presented by Rajko Leban, the director of GOLEA.

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ABOUT CitiEnGov

Priority:
Cooperating on low-carbon strategies in CENTRAL EUROPE

Priority Specific Objective: To improve territorial based low-carbon energy planning strategies and policies supporting climate change mitigation.

Project result: The improvement of public authorities capacities to define and implement low carbon energy planning and strategies. Seven pilot actions will be tested in seven countries, targeted to citizens, schools and municipalities.

The Project

Energy is a horizontal policy issue which influences directly or indirectly all other policy areas and consequently the whole socio-economic system. Given this assumption, (urban) public authorities play a key role as "facilitators” of the energy transformation process. They should coordinate approaches to formulate and plan low-carbon energy strategies. To achieve this, cities should set up energy units or empower those already established, mainly by providing them with tools and strategies but also giving them an effective role within the public administration.

The key to success is a weaving together of individual low carbon energy strategies, creating an integrated framework of policies and programmes. 

General Objective

CitiEnGov aims to improve the capacity of public administrations to implement new energy planning strategies through a new comprehensive concept based on the: 

  • Acknowledgement of a political mandate for energy;
  • Definition of a working group with roles and activities;
  • Real horizontal service made of experts about energy issues enabling the efficient realisation of the foreseen actions and results.

Project Specific Objectives

  • Developing and Implementing integrated territorial plans to enhance the use of Renewable Energy Sources and improve energy performance.
  • Designing and testing concepts and tools to improve the energy management in Central EU urban areas.
  • Enhancing the definition of low-carbon energy strategies and policies tailor-made for the central EU urban areas.

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PROJECT DURATION

Start Date

01.06.2016

End Date

31.05.2019

Outputs

1.1. TrANSNATIONAL ENERGY BEST PRACTICES CATALOGUE

2.1. TRANSNATIONAL CONCEPT FOR ENERGY UNITS WITHIN Pa

2.3. TRAINING SCHEME

3.1. TRANSNATIONAL STRATEGY TO ENCOURAGE THE ADOPTION OF EE AND RES SOLUTIONS

1.2. CITIENGOV TOOLKIT

2.2. TRAINING MODULE FOR COMPETENCIES OF ENERGY UNITS

2.4. STRATEGIES/ACTION PLAN FOR ENERGY PLANNING

3.2. PILOT ACTIONS FOR IMPROVING LOCAL/REGIONAL ENERGY PERFORMANCE IN six COUNTRIES

INNOVATIVE ENERGY EFFICIENCY PUBLIC LIGHTING SOLUTIONS IN SPLIT

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