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The building sector has a high potential for energy optimisation. In terms of public buildings heritage, energy consumption in schools is the second highest expenditure of municipalities' total running costs. This sector offers potentially remarkable achievements in terms of energy efficiency and the application of renewable energy sources (RES) and carbon footprint reduction
At the same time, disparities exist in central European regions regarding planning and implementing performances of proper sector-based strategies, action plans and managerial capacities.
ENERGY@SCHOOL aims to increase the capacity of the public sector for implementing energy smart schools. The project will achieve this by applying an integrated approach that educates and trains schools staff and pupils to become Senior and Junior Energy Guardians (EGs). The project will provide: - 1 transferrable and 8 customised strategies for smart schools; 1 joint and 7 customised energy smart-school management plans;3 smart phones Apps for EGs;8 tested pilot solutions of energy efficiency and RES application in schools under direct contribution of EGs, in the form of guidelines, toolbox, best practices as reference documents and experiences.
Let's meet in Bydgoszcz in September ! Read more...
Elena Casirarghi PP2 CERTIMAC has participated at the dissemination event organized by TOGHETER, Project financed by CENTRAL EUROPE on 22nd of May 2017 in Praga. She introduced the core elements of the ENERGY@SCHOOL project during the event. Read more...
Interreg Central Europe cooperation in Bydgoszcz PP3!
City of Bydgoszcz was a host of CitiEnGov Project Meeting on 3-5 of April 2017. ENERGY@SCHOOL was promoted during this event!
The local Kick-off meeting with the participating schools of Stuttgart took place. The headmasters of the schools, some teachers and students as well as representatives of the city administration took part of it.
12 partners from 7 countries met today in Lugo (Ravenna), Italy to kick start the project. All upcoming activities were discussed and partners are ready to save energy at schools.
On 21 and 22 September LP participated at the PIT Programme Implementation Training in Vienna. Two days for learned and directly practiced how to prepare their audit trails and progress reports, create and updated website and manage ENERGY@SCHOOL project.
Output O.T2.3.1Transnational transferrable
Common Strategy for Smart Schools (CSSS)