On Wednesday 12th of September in Monfalcone, at MareFVG Technology Cluster headquarters  it was held the second strategic regional working group dedicated to the renewable energy from the sea in the framework of the Project Maestrale, within which Friuli Venezia Giulia Autonomous Region and Informest are acting as project partners, with the technical support of MARE FVG.

 

The final conference of SISMA project will take place in Nova Gorica (Slovenia) the next 21st June. The project, financed by the INTERREG-MED Program put together institutions, banks and ESCOs, who will discuss about how to make bankable the projects of energy refurbishment of the public buildings.

After 24 months of cooperation among eight partners of six Mediterranean countries (Spain, France, Italy, Bosnia Herzegovina and Greece, Slovenia), the project SISMA is coming to its conclusion.

 

The European project SISMA financed by the program Interreg Med with Informest as Lead partner and APE FVG – Agency for Energy of Friuli Venezia Giulia as technical partner, is going to its end after two years activities. The next 21th of June it will take place in Nova Gorica (Slovenia) the final conference.

The event will offer a precious opportunity to compare significant experiences of different European countries in the field of energy refurbishment of public buildings.

 

The Project SISMA, financed by the Program Interreg Med, with Informest as Lead Partner, will be present at the European Sustainable Energy Week that will held in Bruxelles from 4th of 8th of June. The most important event on on energy efficiency and renewable energy has come to his thirteenth edition and this year will be focused on the topic of energy transition: politic development, good pratices, ideas and initiatives to support the transition to a clean, safe and efficient energy.

 

INFORMEST and APE FVG organize a series of meetings to present an innovative and effective tool to monitor energy consumption in public buildings

 

Everything is ready for the presentation of “SET - Subsidy Evaluation Tool” of the project SISMA - Energy retrofit in Public Buildings financed by the Interreg MED Program, coordinated by Informest.

The SET Tool is an instrument that can be used by municipalities to evaluate energy saving measures for public buildings, that calculates the minimum amount of public intervention needed to make an investment bankable.

 

SISMA Project partners, leaded by Informest, met in Rome on Friday 20 April.
Objective of the meeting: finalizing the "SET - Subsidy Evaluation Tool" in view of the public presentation planned for May all long the Mediterranean area.

 

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