Agência Regional da Energia e Ambiente da Região Autónoma da Madeira (AREAM)
AREAM – Regional Agency for Energy and Environment of the Autonomous Region of Madeira is a private non-profit association, recognised as public utility, having the mission to promote the innovation and cooperation on sustainable energy and environment.
AREAM was established in 1993, catalysed by the Regional Government of Madeira, with 51 founding associates, including governmental institutions, entrepreneurial associations and most active companies in the Region.
AREAM provides support to the economic agents of the region, and acts as a catalyst for innovation in the local energy sector through its partnership with regional and local authorities.
AREAM is mainly involved in:
- Regional and local sustainable energy planning
- Energy certification in buildings
- Energy efficiency
- Renewable energies
- Sustainable mobility
- Climate change
The C-Track 50 project – for Putting regions on track for carbon neutrality by 2050 – is already well under way: roundtables were organised in 7 partner countries, and another 4 are currently taking place and being organised.
The test aimed to evaluate the technical feasibility of the operation of electric buses on the island of Madeira and Porto Santo, and to support local actors in defining a strategy for the decarbonization of the bus service sector
The Civitas DESTINATIONS project aims to promote sustainable mobility in six island destinations: Madeira, Gran Canaria, Elba, Crete, Malta and Cyprus.
Discover the latest news of the C-Track 50 project – putting regions on track for carbon neutrality by 2050.
This report is the result of the roundtables that were conducted in the 11 partner countries of the C-Track 50 project on multi-level governance and challenges faced by long term policy and energy planning.
Discover the latest news of the C-Track 50 project.
The fourth Clean energy for EU islands forum takes place in Croatia and will start with a political event and then continue with interactive workshops and a technology fair.