Boosting SEAP implementation in Estonia
Approaching new period of the EU funds 2014-2020, which prioritizes low carbon measures, Estonia is aiming at optimizing the execution of sustainable energy investments. In this context, the ManagEnergy workshop in Tallinn aimed at providing ways to optimize the use of the upcoming EU funds.
According to the allocation of the EU funds 2014-2020, the sectors with the greatest potential in Estonia are the energy efficiency of apartment buildings and the district heating sector. Thus, the ManagEnergy workshop aimed at successfully addressing these two key sectors.
The ManagEnergy workshop was an integrated part of the “Days of Municipalities” event, an annual event addressing multiple aspects of the municipal sphere. This ensured participation of a large number of central authorities, local authorities and financing institutions.
ManagEnergy workshop gathered representatives from the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications, the municipalities and the KredEx financing institution for an interactive and productive exchange on how to best exploit the energy efficiency and renewable energy investment potential in the communal sector. Read more in this highlight report.
Read more about KredEx on ManagEnergy: KredEx— Estonia's funding revolution
Organised by: EC Network with the Union of Local Governments
Event website: http://managenergy.ne...
Name: Nils Daugaard