ManagEnergy is a technical support initiative of the Intelligent Energy - Europe (IEE) programme of the European Commission which aims to assist actors from the public sector and their advisers working on energy efficiency and renewable energy at the local and regional level.
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    ENTRANZE is paving the way for nearly Zero-Energy Buildings

    After thirty months, the Intelligent Energy Europe project ENTRANZE is now coming to an end. A very low energy consuming building stock in the EU can become a reality with the support of the toolkit provided by the project. Read more about their findings here: 

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    ISLAND 100% - new game about renewable energy in islands

    This multi-platform game has been developed by the Institute of Technology and Renewable Energies of Tenerife (ITER) and by the Tenerife Energy Agency (AIET), in the frame of the ISLA RENOVABLE Project, co-financed by the FECYT (Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness). The project ISLA RENOVABLE intends to make the electricity generating technologies based on renewables more comprehensible and awaken young people’s scientific vocation. 

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    2030 Climate and Energy goals for the EU

    On 24 October 2014 the European Council approved the 2030 Framework for Climate and Energy, proposed by the European Commission with objectives to be met by 2030:

  • Picking up where IEE leaves off, Horizon 2020 supports heating and cooling projects

    Launched in 2003, the Intelligent Energy Europe (IEE) programme supports a number of projects in the heating and cooling sector working in a number of areas at European, national, regional and local levels. Around EUR 32 million has been granted for projects supporting the market uptake of heating and cooling with energy efficient and renewable energy sources.

  • SAUCE: A Recipe for Sustainability

    At Germany’s famous Free University Berlin (FU Berlin) and Austria’s Technical University Vienna (TU Vienna), students as young as 10 are making electricity from cow dung, creating bike-powered cinemas, and contributing solutions to the complex problems of resource depletion. 

  • European Commission fund helps Hungarian heat get off the ground

    Geothermal energy in IcelandIn the wake of growing concerns about energy security, the European Commission lately reiterated the pivotal role of municipalities in ensuring a secure supply of energy to Europe’s citizens. ‘If we are going to face a shortage of gas over the winter period, mayors are the ones that should react on the ground,’ Marie Donnelly of DG Energy stated.

  • Energy in education: Snakin' all over

    The new school year is well underway and energy-aware schools across Europe are starting to reap the rewards of their hard work. 

Check out these upcoming events

  • 25 Nov

    The scope of this workshop is to introduce the solar district heating technology to local authorities and urban planners. Several European local administrations will show their experience with renewable and solar district heating. At first the urban pl...
  • 25 Nov

    Benchmarking Energy Sustainability in Cities
    In a joint effort to gather scientific knowledge and expertise, the Institute for Energy and Transport (IET) of the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission and Politecnico di Torino are organising the scientific workshop Benchmarking Energy Su...
  • 30 Oct

    The workshop in Kielce is a capacity building initiative under the European ManagEnergy initiative operated by EC Network. The workshop take
  • 12 Nov

    BUILD UP Skills EU exchange meeting
    The EASME is organising an EU exchange event on the BUILD UP Skills Pillar II projects. To communicate and exchange...

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