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A dialogue with regional public authorities and local stakeholders is essential.
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You can find here all the mutual learning and capacity building materials developed and prepared by the project: explore the 7 topics, download presentations and watch the video registrations.
For each topic we have prepared a video-introduction!
We are transferring good practices and recommendations on energy planning with a new training course: have a look at the workhops organized between March and May 2021 targeted to Replicant Partners and open to the public.
Go the worshops agendas
This section contains a selection of the most relevant project documents in English:
The results of the Regional Energy Action Plan developed by Piemonte Region and Polytechnic of Torino were presented to Samsø Energy Academy during a workshop online the 20th of October.
Samsø Energy Academy is a Danish project-based organization focused on sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, climate change, and sustainable resources.
We've learned how to #GetReadyFor2050 during the joint webinar series that explored how to best implement climate and energy plans! PROSPECT2030 actively contributed to its success and virtually shared the stage with many fellow projects.
Read more and (re)watch the recorded sessions:
What are the EU initiatives to support cities & regions in climate and energy planning? How to integrate long-term objectives and carbon neutrality in local/regional plans?
We'll be part of this webinar series in collaboration with the Covenant of Mayors and C-track50 project: join us on May 27!
Piemonte Region and APE FVG will present the PROSPECT2030 project – Reflections on carbon-neutrality for regions and necessary actions at EUSALP's Action group 9 meeting on March 11.
Action Group 9 focuses on the promotion of energy efficiency and the production and use of local renewable energy in the Alpine Region, especially in public and private sectors.
The international workshop “Energy Policies and Innovative Projects in Piemonte”, organized by Piemonte Region in the framework of Interreg Europe SHREC project, offered a valuable opportunity to introduce us to energy experts and involve some partners in peer learning activities.
Despite Covid-19 restrictions, all partners have been successfull in organizing one midterm regional dissemination event targeted to stakeholders in order to provide information on project objectives and collect feedback. Have a look at what the events focused on: