Submit a case study
How to submit a case study to ManagEnergy?
The 2014 round of the ManagEnergy award competition is now open! To find out more and to submit your project, click here.
Who should submit a case study?
Local and regional authorities, energy agencies or any actors developing sustainable energy projects at the local and regional level.
Why submit a case study?
The best case studies, as assessed by a group of experts and a jury, will be:
- Eligible for the annual Local Energy Action Award
- Highlighted and promoted on the ManagEnergy website
- Included in a ManagEnergy Good Practice brochure to be widely distributed
- Promoted at the ManagEnergy Annual Conference and various other events
What kind of case studies are eligible?
Initiatives that make a clear contribution to energy efficiency and/or the use of renewable energy, projects that have demonstrated a positive impact and have the potential to be replicated. Submitted case studies should not cover research or demonstration activities.
What is the deadline for submissions?
How are the case studies evaluated?
All case studies submitted to ManagEnergy undergo a transparent evaluation process against previously established criteria: sustainability of action, impact and potential for replication. The evaluation is carried out by experienced practitioners who cover a range of policy and technical areas.
What happened in previous years?
Find out more about the award winning and nominated projects for 2012.