21. 07. 2014.

Sustainability and future - Thematic pole 4. Low carbon communities

The Thematic Pole Low Carbon communities in the framework of the South East Europe Programme capitalisation process will gather transnational projects from all over Europe to examine new possibilities to continue their contribution to EU2020 targets.

21. 07. 2014.

Final Conference of the RE-SEEties - 'Energy and Environment: Towards a sustainable future'

After 2 years of successful implementation, the project ‘Towards resource efficient urban communities in SEE’ (RE-SEEties) with the participation of eight South East European municipalities and several professional institution partners has come to its end.

05. 06. 2014.

RES and Energy Efficiency campaign in Egaleo

The Municipality of Egaleo with the support of the Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving, CRES, organized an event addressed to the primary schools in Egaleo.

16. 04. 2014.

From the sunshine to the heat of our home - Renewable Energy Expo

The exposition with the title "From the sunshine to the heat of our home" was organized by Harghita County Council - Energy Management Agency, between 11 and 12 of April, in the same time with the spring fair of traditional products.

25. 03. 2014.

Energy-Check to Low Income Households - experience of an international co-operation

The European project gave an example to municipalities and welfare organizations how to enable people with low income to live more energy efficiently by applying no-cost or low cost measures.

03. 02. 2014.

Mid- term Symposium in Athens

Being on halfway of our implementation, we organize a Mid- term event on 25, February 2014 in Athens.

Picture: Kal Gajoum
20. 01. 2014.

What kind of city do you want to live in? - The role of urban planning and campaigns

When discussing how to utilize our resources more efficiently, it is likely that first increasing energy efficiency and the usage of renewables come to our mind.

Pénzeszsákok
02. 01. 2014.

Horizon2020: Funding opportunities for cities

Several funding opportunities for sustainable energy projects are available under the framework of Horizon 2020, the EU’s 2014-2020 programme for Research and Innovation. With an overall budget of close to 80.000 million, the programme is divided into 12 focus areas, among which four are of particular relevance to Covenant signatories.

21. 12. 2013.

RE-SEEties project on screen!

Watch our short video and get connected with the RE-SEEties project.

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