Your energy agency, city or region faces some challenges in its energy and climate data collection, monitoring, processing or communication? If the answer to one of these challenges is YES, then take this survey to help ENERGee Watch design a training programme mentored by experienced energy agencies. It will give you a chance to be among the first participants of the programme. Please fill in the survey before the 13th of December!
The peer learning programme will be carried out in English, free of charge, and travel costs for one Masterclass in Brussels and a site visit will be reimbursed. Please note these physical meetings might be replaced by online activities due to Covid-19 situation. There will be a total of 3 learning cycles, starting respectively in spring 2021, autumn 2021 and spring 2022.
The Peer learning core programme should last from 4 to 6 months. Additional peer review webinars will be organised for interested participants
Benefit : If you are interested in participating in the peer learning programme, completing this survey will exempt you from filling in an application form.
In practice: The survey consists of 2 main sections:
- Section 1 : Administrative information and learning methods
- Section 2 : Needs assessment in 4 topics :
- Energy data collection (treatment and acquisition)
- Monitoring, Reporting , Verification : follow-up of implementation of actions
- Indicators and strategies on adaptation to climate change
- Data display, dissemination and validation by end-users
It should only take around 15 minutes to complete.
What is ENERGee Watch?
The ENERGee Watch project is run by a consortium of energy agencies from Romania, France, Ireland, Bulgaria and Slovenia led by IEECP, supported by the University of Piraeus Research Center (EL) and FEDARENE and funded by the EU H2020 programme. The overall aim of ENERGee WATCH is to develop and execute a complete and easily replicable peer-to-peer learning programme starting in 2021 and addressing four topics: energy and climate data collection; monitoring, reporting, verification; indicators and planning for climate adaptation; data display, dissemination and validation by end-users.