The 4 handbooks, one per learning course, present the context of the project, a description of the mentors and an overview of the content of each course.
To support the learning programme and to attract participants, mentors of the ENERGee WATCH developed a series of handbooks, one per learning course, presenting the reader (and potential mentee) with the context of the project, a description of who will be delivering the course and an overview of what will be taught.
A brief description of each course is available below and the 4 handbooks are available for download in the “Downloads” section on the right.
Data collection (acquisition and treatment)
The course Data collection is dedicated to understanding the importance of systematic, timely and periodic gathering of energy data. Data collection and management is crucial for identifying trends, defining and monitoring strategies and prioritizing energy efficiency improvements.
Data monitoring and validation
The course on “Monitoring, revision and verification of data” will address the following topics:
Indicators for adaptation to climate change
The module dedicated to adaptation aims to clarify the concept, provide keys to understanding this discipline and shed light on the methodologies, systems and tools to support public actors. The aim of the exercise is to guide participants in building their own roadmap to ensure that adaptation to climate change is fully integrated into energy-climate action plans. To this end, the adaptation module will be organised in three sessions:
Data display, dissemination, and validation by local authorities
This course will provide a sound knowledge base and understanding of the principles and best practices of data communication and presentation. It will cover how to: