ENERGee Watch: The peer learning programme has kicked off!


As part of the ENERGee Watch project, our team is actively participating at the free of cost, peer-to-peer learning programme, funded by the EU Research and Innovation programme – Horizon 2020.

The goal is to enable regional and local authorities to timely and accurately define, monitor, and verify their sustainable actions. The target groups are regional and/ or provincial authorities and their agencies and observatories that are responsible for collecting and overseeing the monitoring of mitigation and adaptation indicators in order to empower them to make use of the best practices learned.

The following four courses are included in the learning process. Experts (Mentors) will provide their expertise, theoretical and technical knowledge to the participants (Mentees), aiming at developing their skills in the subject areas of the courses:

o Data collection (acquisition and treatment): This course is dedicated to understanding the importance of systematic, timely and periodic gathering of energy data.

o Data monitoring and validation: This course aims at the development of internal administrative structures for the successful implementation and monitoring of sustainable energy action plans.

o Indicators for adaptation to climate change: This course aims at guiding participants – through tools and methodologies – in building their own roadmap to ensure that adaptation to climate change is fully integrated into energy-climate action plans.

o Data display, dissemination, and validation by local authorities: This course aims at educating and providing a sound knowledge base and understanding of the principles and best practices of data communication and presentation.

You can find more information here.

You can also join our programme here.