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Brochure: TRACE Project Outcomes (English/Greek)
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On a seminar in Sofia TRACE project good practices were discussed
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This will be the topic of an Infoday organised in Mantova by the Provincial authority on 19th June
“How to finance energy efficiency – European funds and investment forums in the TRACE Project”: this is the title of an Infoday organised by the Province of Mantova on Thursday the 19th at 2 pm in the Chiaventi room of their office located in via don Maraglio 4, Mantova.
After the introductory remarks, Nicola Galli of “Agire” will talk about “The European and Italian legislative context and the incentives for energy efficiency”.
Pier Luigi Fecondo, of the TRACE Project, will then move on to illustrate “The financing options of European Union and the Local Forum for investments in the TRACE Project”.
Nicola Galli will continue to discuss the “European Projects for the Province of Mantova in the context of energy efficiency and renewable energies (Alpstore, Licea and Alpenergy). Giorgio Rambelli will present “The network of sustainable cities in Europe”.
Pier Luigi Fecondo will take the floor again to describe “The ELENA tool for technical assistance to local authorities: Italian best practices”.
Marco Devetta, from Sogesca srl will talk about the “Requalification of private buildings with residential use. The MLEI Padova FIT project”. In conclusion, the Province of Genoa will describe their experience in the sector of “Intelligent Buildings”.
This initiative is part of the activities developed within the TRACE Project: a European project aimed at supporting public authorities in South East Europe in the implementation of the energy strategy EU 2020 by promoting the exchange of skills, ideas and policies for the reduction of energy consumption of buildings. In this way, buildings will become more energy efficient and contribute to the welfare of European citizens.
The Province of Mantova and Agire are both partners of the TRACE Project.
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