A new project on energy efficiency in the Mediterranean

On the 24th of February, the patnership of the SEACAP 4 SDG are going to kick-start the project with an inaugural workshop entitled "Innovation & Impact: Good practices in energy efficiency for buildings in Mediterranean cities".

The workshop is organized with the contribution of the Efficient Buildings Community and meetMED II project that will give a presentation of the respective activites to identity synergies among the three initiatives.

SEACAP 4 SDG is funded under the capitalization call of ENI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme 2014-2020 with the aim to promote the adoption of the SE(A)CAP - Sustainable Energy (Access) and Climate Action Plan - in Mediterranean municipalities and eventually reduce public buildings' energy consumption. 

SEACAP 4 SDG will capitalize on 10 selected reference projects, by considering their inputs and outcomes, identifying characteristics to be generalized, and by adapting gained knowledge to maximize efficiency and effectiveness of energy refurbishment strategies adapted to local Mediterranean specificities, notably energy poverty.

9 Mediterranean cities will benefit of the demonstrators, capacity building, training and Living Lab developed within the project, aiming at support them in adapting and imple-menting the tools and methodologies into their day-to-day and for further replication and capitalization.

4 specific buildings in the southern cities will host more advanced demonstrators, with an updated customized roadmap, setting out priorities and measures to be implemented.

The project consortium is composed by 9 partners, 5 of them coming from EU countries (France, Italy, Spain and Greece) and 4 coming from Mediterranean partner countries (Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan and Tunisia).

For more information, you can:

visit the project website

download the project leaflet