EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW), taking place in Brussels, is the largest event dedicated to renewable and efficient energy use in Europe. It is made up of a 3-day policy conference (from 18 to 20 June 2019) offering various networking opportunities, an EU Sustainable Energy Awards competition with a public vote for the citizens' award and local events, Energy Days, held across Europe throughout the months of May and June.
AURA-EE is involved the EU Sustainable Energy Week throughout several events dedicated to the following projects:
AURA-EE presented the CaSCo project at the inauguration of the Triplewood exhibit at the Be Positive trade show, on 13 February in Lyon, France.
From left to right : Roger Villien, President Union régionale des associations de communes forestières; Philippe Meunier, Vice-president Region Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes; Representative Commissaire Massif des Alpes; Patrick Biard, Head European and International affairs AURA-EE
The energy and environmental transition is an opportunity for territories to regain a new perspective towards development. This reference web-tool developed by the Regional Energy and Environment Agency (AURA-EE) aims to enable such transition. The official launch of TerriSTORY® will be held at the Region’s stand of the BePositive Exhibition on Thursday 14 February.
A start-up from Lyon offers to private clients building materials unused by the professionals, thus avoiding waste generation and fuelling the circular economy loop.Meeting with Celia Auzou, its founder
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THE4BEES is a project based on the observation that energy consumption is strongly influenced by the behaviour of the building occupants, regardless of the building structure and type. Therefore, in order to achieve energy savings in public buildings, it is essential to make the users aware of their usages and energy consumption and to support them to reduce it.
For 2 years, partners from the biogas action project shared experiences with the aim of developing the biogas and biomethane sector. In Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region aims to facilitate the development of argicultural and territorial biogas actions and projects.
A shared Energy Performance Contract (EPC) model adapted to rural municipalities is currently being tested in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, in the territory of the Urban area of Porte de l'Isère (CAPI).
The EPC allows energy renovation works, whose impact in terms of energy saving is guaranteed contractually. Developed as part of the European project STEPPING, the model tested focuses on five schools, emblematic buildings of local authorities, whose renovation allows to enhance the public heritage while creating local activity.
Within the STEPPING project, the CAPI is testing a “grouped EPC " for schools, in five municipalities on its territory, bringing its technical, legal and financial expertise. Until the end of 2018, municipalities have to choose works to be carried out on their schools. The EPC should be deployed in 2019, for works on buildings or on the systems (ventilation, heating…). The planned investments range from € 760 k€ (work on the systems) to € 1,9 M€ (works integrating systems and buildings), for energy savings ranging from 25% to 77%.
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This guide, intended for elected representatives and technicians of communities, gives practical advice to include low carbon timber, with a low footprint, in public procurement, respecting the rules of the green public procurement described in Directive 2014/24/UE.
COOPENERGY (Cooperating in sustainable energy) project had been launched in July, 2012 and which the goal was to foster the development of collaboration models in sustainable energy planning between the regional and local public authorities to lead the transition towards low carbon communities and regions.
Today, coopenergy is back ! With the project C-Track 50 which aims at achieving climate resilience and carbon neutrality by 2050, the project partners will build on the Coopenergy experience and deliverables.
June 19th - Brussels, BELGIUM: How does the EU commissioners know what the mayors need? How does a minister inform the regional development agency about national plans? How does a Local Energy Community get in contact with a state level agency? In the different EU countries different governance levels have dissimilar backgrounds, conflicting mechanisms, incentives and reporting tools. The IMEAS and C-Track 50 projects study the framework conditions for integrated energy transition. They provide tools and guidance for all governance levels.
June 13th - Lyon, FRANCE: This conference aims to compare different Energy performance contracts (EPC) models and to share experiences through the presentation of reference examples in Italy and in France and exchanges with business actors from both countries.
The event is organized in the frame of STEPPING project. STEPPING project aims to increase the adoption of EPC investment schemes in the elaboration of energy efficiency plans for public buildings, in the MED area, raising the knowledge of MED institutions in designing, implementing and managing energy efficiency plans for public buildings.
May 28th - Cagliari, ITALY: The final conference event of STORES project, which aims at developing storage systems together with photovoltaic residential plants, will take place on May 28th in Cagliari (IT). This conference will present the main results of STORES and enable discussion about the complementarities with other MES projects.
It will be followed by SYNERGY MED, the first international conference on energy transition in the Mediterranean area. SYNERGY MED is organized by the University of Cagliari and the partenrs of STORES project. It will significantly benefit engineers and technicians through state-of-the-art presentations by major equipment suppliers, researchers, utility specialists, invited speakers and discussions by international participants.
November, 20th to 21st - Innsbruck, AUSTRIA: The event, jointly organised by the Tyrolean EUSALP Presidency and the European Commission Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy, will address the motto "shaping.future.together. with the next generation".
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November, 27th to 30 rd - Lyon, FRANCE: Auvegrne-Rhône-Alpes Energy Envrionment will participate in this fair by presenting some of our europeans projects, such as Condereff, Stores, Pegasus ... Come chek this out during the faire
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December, 12th (from 11 am to 12:30 pm) - Webinar: This webinar will present EU’s policy & support framework for biogas, providing insight into the BiogasAction approach and achievements. This webinar is organised in the framework of the european project BiogasAction.
January 2019 - Dunkirk, FRANCE: 3 days of workshops, debates; the "citizen" meeting; discover the future of our territory.
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February, 27th to March, 1st 2019 - Wels, AUSTRIA: Energy efficiency and renewable energy are at the core of Europe’s commitment to a clean energy transition that serves the needs of citizens, economic development and the environment. The annual conference features policies, technologies, innovation and market development through a unique combination of conferences and interactive events
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