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Networks & links

EU networks

  • Fedarene – European Federation of Agencies and Regions for Energy and the Environment.

  • Covenant of Mayors – European movement involving local and regional authorities, voluntarily  committing to increasing energy efficiency and use  of renewable energy sources on their territories.

  • Managenergy – Technical support initiative of the Intelligent Energy Europe programme of the European Commission which aims to assist actors from the public sector and their advisers working on energy efficiency and renewable energy at the local and regional level.

  • CESBA – Collective initiative for a new culture of built environment in Europe – CESBA stands for Common European Sustainable Building Assessment.

National networks

  • RARE - French networks for regional energy and environment agencies.

  • Effinergie - French collective organization for creating a supportive dynamic within the construction market that facilitates the building of comfortable, energy efficient buildings.

  • AMORCE - National organization for local authorities, associations and firms in the field of waste management, energy and district heating.

  • CIBE -  Inter- professional Committee for Wood Energy.

  • ATEE - Technical Energy and Environment Organization.

  • VIA SEVA - Organization for district heating and cooling.

  • CIRIDD - International ressources and innovation center for sustainable development

Regional networks

  • IERA and its members – Regional network gathering 12 energy and environmental organizations.

  • Cluster Rhône-Alpes Eco-Energies - The Eco-energies Cluster federates more than 800 public and private players (among them 200 members) working on the eco-building market in Rhône-Alpes.

  • Tenerrdis - Energy technology cluster for competitiveness of emerging new energy technology industries through innovation.

  • FIBRA – Rhône-Alpes forestry-wood federation.

With the support of

  • INEA -The Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) officially started its activities on 1 January 2014 in order to implement the following EU programmes: Connecting Europe Facility (CEF); Parts of Horizon 2020 – Smart, green and integrated transport + Secure, clean and efficient energy ; Legacy programmes: TEN-T and Marco Polo 2007-2013. INEA's main objective is to increase the efficiency of the technical and financial management of the programmes it manages.

  • Alpine Space - European transnational cooperation programme for the Alpine region. Framework to facilitate the cooperation between economic, social and environmental key players in seven Alpine countries, as well as between various institutional levels such as: academia, administration, business and innovation sector, and policy making.

  • MED - The main objective of the Interreg MED Programme is to promote sustainable growth in the Mediterranean area by fostering innovative concepts and practices and a reasonable use of  resources and by supporting social integration through an integrated and territorially based cooperation approach. In the period 2014-2020, Interreg MED Programme will promote cooperation between a varied typology of actors of these thirteen Mediterranean countries.

  • ALCOTRA - is one of the European cross-border cooperation programs. It covers the Alpine territory between France and Italy. 2014-2020 represents the fifth programming period of ALCOTRA. Since 1990, the program has co-financed nearly 600 projects for around € 550 million of European grants. The general objective is to improve the quality of life of populations and the sustainable development of territories and cross-border economic and social systems through cooperation on the economy, the environment and services to citizens.

  • Ademe – French Environment and Energy Management Agency.