European Federation of Agencies and Regions for Energy and the Environment



Energy agencies as leaders in the energy transition

 

The new ManagEnergy initiative of the European Commission will support regional and local energy agencies in developing new services and activities. The focus is on sustainable energy investments and how energy agencies can become leaders in the energy transition.

There is a wide consensus that more energy efficiency and renewable energy investments are needed and that the regional/local level is key to making these investments happen. Energy agencies are in a unique position to support this process and thereby strengthen their role in their region/city.

This survey aims to better understand your individual interests and needs so we can best tailor our services to them. We would therefore very much appreciate about 10-15 minutes of your time to complete the questionnaire. All answers will be treated confidentially.

What are the ManagEnergy advantages for you?

  • Participating to Masterclass Training Courses: 8 high quality Masterclass training programmes will engage over 200 professionals from Energy Agencies across Europe and equip them with the skills and knowledge to foster, stimulate and develop sustainable energy projects in Europe, with a particular emphasis on leveraging access to a range of funding sources and using different financial instruments.
  • Welcoming Managenergy Experts: 21 Expert Missions across Europe during a 3 year period which will ultimately result in projects being developed in the sustainable energy sector and also increase the capacity, skills and knowledge of Energy Agencies and their stakeholders to continue to develop new projects beyond the scope of this work programme.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED?

YOU WANT TO BE PART OF IT?

THEREFORE FILL OUT THE SURVEY – here

 

 

 

If you have any questions about the survey or the project, we are happy to answer them. Christiane Egger/Megan Lauringer (christiane.egger@esv.or.at, T.+43-732-7720-14380) or FEDARENE Office (fedarene@fedarene.org, Tel +32 2 646 82 10).