ManagEnergy is a technical support initiative of the Intelligent Energy - Europe (IEE) programme of the European Commission which aims to assist actors from the public sector and their advisers working on energy efficiency and renewable energy at the local and regional level.

  • 14 Oct

    One-stop-shop for EU funding on sustainable energy at O...
    Available EU funding schemes in the field of energy efficiency will be discussed together with local and regional authorities during the “'Financing Energy Efficiency in Buildings, Heating and Cooling” public workshop on 14 October 2015. Registrat...
  • 20 Oct

    International Conference Wind Energy SCADA Systems
    Wind Energy SCADA is a technical event for experts in the wind industry. The goal is to optimise design, application and integration of control and data systems. By learning from project experience and exploring latest research, we hope to improve turb...
  • 14 Oct

    Supporting active transport in cities
    This event will showcase examples of successful policies and measures at the European and regional levels that maximize mobility options and release funds for smart urban road design, whilst reducing congestion, noise and air pollution. The discussion ...
  • 9 Sep

    3rd Symposium: Reforming the EU ETS: Striking the right...
    The Symposium will examine if the proposed structural measures are ambitious enough to restore the EU ETS as a central instrument to decarbonise the European economy while preserving its competitiveness.

Latest Articles

Funding for SMEs to innovate for low carbon energy

Published at 11 May 2015

As part of the Horizon 2020 programme, the European Commission is hand-picking potentially disruptive businesses to invest and support as part of the SME Instrument. Successful applicants could receive up to €2.5 million in funding, and world-class business coaching.

RESCOOP-MECISE supporting citizen financing for sustainable energy

Published at 27 Apr 2015

Exciting new models of financing for sustainable energy are emerging – and supported by the European Commission’s EUR 80 billion funding program Horizon 2020. Granted EUR 2 million in funding under the Horizon 2020 call EE-20, the RESCOOP MECISE project plans to trigger EUR 111 million of investment into sustainable energy.