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GRE-Liège (GRE-Liège)

Tags: Employment

This organisation brings together private and public operators to promote economic, social and urban development in the province of Liège. Energy efficiency is one of its fields of action, through projects that facilitate the energy transition process towards a more efficient use of resources. At the local level this implies the improvement of efficiency of consumption, yields and intensity of use, as well as the development of alternative and sustainable production methods.

Habitat for Humanity

Tags: NGOs

This organisation launched an advocacy project in 2017 which aims to prevent energy poverty in Poland. The project involves a number of initiatives that should provide a better understanding of the issue, as well as active collaboration with non-profit organizations, business partners, government officials and local authorities.

Housing Energy Efficiency Agency (VšĮ Būsto energijos taupymo agentūra, BETA)

Tags: Apartment buildingsEnergy efficiency

The Housing Energy Efficiency Agency supports home-owners in the renovation of apartment buildings. It informs  apartment owners on programs for renovation of apartment buildings and co-ordinates between relevant stakeholders such as municipalities, NGOs, home owners and construction companies.  Until January 2020 it supported the renovation of 2600 multi-apartment buildings.

ICT enabled BEhavioral change ToWards Energy EfficieNt lifestyles (InBETWEEN)

Tags: Social housingSmart metersBehaviour

inBETWEEN simultaneously assists users to identify energy waste, learn how they can conserve energy and motivate them to act. The inBetween solution will help users integrate their building’s connected devices and systems with advanced energy analytics and optimisation services to create a comprehensive recommendation and feed-back solution which will facilitate further behaviour change towards more energy and cost efficient daily routines. This solution will be tested (among others) in 44 social housing apartments in France.

Institute for Sustainable Energy, University of Malta

The Institute of Sustainable Energy within the University of Malta monitors developments related to energy utilization in sectors such as demography, economy and industry. Analysis of trends of sector energy use provide basis for a strategy for the application of energy conservation and renewable energies. It organises and participates in teaching programmes and research projects in the field of energy technology. Other objectives include disseminating appropriate methods and techniques relevant to the our areas of interest and to design equipment adapted to local conditions.

KOMOSIE

Tags: NGOsEnergy audits

KOMOSIE is the network of non-profit organisations involved in recovery and energy-cutting activities in Flanders. They organise the Energiesnoeiers project, which provides a free energy scan and the placement of insulations, mostly to vulnerable households. The initiative involves formerly unemployed people, which now work as energy advisor.

Less Energy More OpportuNities (LEMON)

Tags: Social housing

This project targets the energy retrofit of private and public dwellings in the social housing sector of two regions of Emilia-Romagna by establishing an innovative financing approach, which applies an energy performance contracting (EPC) model combined with a new "green lease" concept based on the improved energy performance of the housing units (Energy Performance Tenancy Agreement - EPTA). It envisages to trigger sustainable energy investments of €15.29 million in 622 dwellings.

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