An array of studies, policy papers and reports are developed in the frame of FEDARENE’s activities and projects. The following documents are categorised by topic, type of publication and by projects.

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Joint Declaration by 6 European networks: local and regional action towards Energy Security

The Declaration welcomes the European Commission’s recent recognition of the Covenant of Mayors as a “key action” of its Energy Security Strategy, as the Covenant now brings together close to 6,000 local authorities, working hand in hand with the private sectors, NGOs, regions, national bodies and citizens to meet and even exceed EU climate and energy objectives.

Monitoring Review & Guide For The Optimisation Of Anaerobic Digestion And Biomethane Plants

This report explains the importance and impact of implementing appropriate monitoring of Anaerobic Digestion (AD) and biomethane plants. It provides a review of numerous parameters as well as sampling techniques and monitoring regimes relevant for the AD process itself, the substrates to be digested and for the resultant digestates and biogas produced.

Position paper on the Green Paper “A 2030 Framework for Climate and Energy Policies”

This position paper underlines certain aspects of the Green Paper which, in our opinion, need to be reconsidered or deserve to be better highlighted when setting the strategy towards 2030.

COOPENERGY Newsletter #1

Welcome to the first edition of the COOPENERGY project newsletter where you can find out about our latest project news and European events to help you plan for sustainable energy with local authorities in your region!

ENNEREG – Evaluation of the Regional Programmes for Coordinated Promotional Activities

The purpose of this document is to report on the investigation of the status of regional activities in the ENNEREG Regions as far as implementation and evaluation are concerned. It includes a status update from each region and itemises the lessons learned during the project.

ENNEREG – Guidelines for Promotional Activities at the Regional Level

The main purpose of this document is to serve as a guide for promotional activities in the ENNEREG Regions. These promotional activities will ensure the successful implementation of the project. They are a useful exercise for the region and can act as an example of good practice for other replication regions.

ENNEREG – Sustainable Energy Twinning Programme Summary

As part of the project, 12 Pioneer ENNEREG Regions have been producing regional Sustainable Energy Action Plans (SEAPs) and initiating Sustainable Energy Projects (SEPs). The ENNEREG Pioneer Regions have been sharing their experience directly with 12 ENNEREG Twin Regions and ENNEREG has also been actively promoting replication in Sustainable Regions throughout Europe. This report concerns the ENNEREG Pioneer Regions’ support activities to twin regions.

ENNEREG – Sustainable Energy Action Plan Implementation Report

The purpose of this document is to describe how ENNEREG regional partners worked towards the successful implementation of promotional activities regarding the Sustainable Energy Action Plans, the Sustainable Energy Projects and the Covenant of Mayors Initiative in their region and in other regions for replication.

Implementation of Sustainable Energy Projects in the ENNEREG Pioneer Regions

This report aims to evaluate the impacts of the implementation of Sustainable Energy Projects (SEPs) in all ENNEREG Pioneer Regions during ENNEREG’s project implementation between May 2010 and April 2013. It is hoped that this publication will act as Inspiration to others developing SEPs in their own regions and local communities.

ENNEREG – Overall Results and Strategy Plans for Continued Promotional Activities

This report aims to record the overall results of the work of each regional partners of the ENNEREG project as it was expressed in the last workshop. It is combined with the “Strategy on future action” regarding regions’ further perspectives of enhancing the adoption of sustainable energy.