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The energy crisis brought by the Ukrainian conflict strengthened public support for the transition of
Europe’s economies to green energies also as a means of overcoming our energy dependence.
In May 2022, the European Commission launched the REPowerEU, an ambitious plan to reduce EU dependence on fossil-fuel imports and accelerate the green transition. Three main actions were put forward: diversifying energy supplies, producing clean energy, and reducing gas demand by saving energy.
Delivering on these objectives is now crucial, and local and regional energy agencies are in a unique position to advise public authorities, citizens, and companies on what measures to take in order to mitigate the impact on energy security and price but also to perform effective fuel switches in the short and medium term.
In this scope, ManagEnergy, as the leading European initiative dedicated to regional and local energy agencies, decided to develop its services in that direction. During this webinar, you will be introduced to our renewed services in the scope of the REPowerEU general framework and learn how they will contribute to its implementation.
The seminar will showcase immediate actions taken at the local level to address the current energy crisis and laying the ground for up-scaling and accelerating the medium-term energy transition. Particular attention will be given to the implementation of the Recovery and Resilience plans, and how local and regional energy agencies can maximise the channelling of these funds towards strategic programmes leveraging also other sources of financing.
Do not miss it!
|Welcome and introduction by the moderator – Mélissa Miklos, FEDARENE|
|REPower EU and the Recovery and Resilience Facility by Pierluca Merola, DG Energy, European Commission|
|ManagEnergy services to accelerate REPowerEU plan by Seamus Hoyne, Coordinator ManagEnergy Service and Dean of Flexible and Work Placed Learning, Technological University of the Shannon (IE)|
|PV Max large scale Solar Roofs Programme in Croatia by Velimir Segon, Deputy Managing Director at REGEA (HR)|
|RRF Funded Initiatives for Energy Efficiency, Renewables and Transport in Cyprus by Savvas Vlachos, Director at Cyprus Energy Agency|