Participative Symposia in VDA - PlanificACTION énergétique des Communes
The COA energia - in collaboration with the VDA Regional Department for Productive Activities, Energy and Work Policies, the Planning Department of the Veneto Region, the Mountain Community Monte Cervino and our external expert Ambiente Italia s.r.l. – is organising a PARTICIPATIVE SYMPOSIA.
This two-days final event of the AlpBC project ,"PlanificACTION énergétique des Communes - Potenzialità e sviluppo nei territori alpini", will be held on 29th and 30th April in Châtillon (VDA).
Here you can find a presentation of the two days:
DAY 1 – WORKGROUPS - 29th April 2015 - from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The first part of the event is consists of round tables addressed to public bodies (and in particular to the Mayors and the technical offices of the Municipalities). During the meeting important issues raised during the project AlpBC concerning energy renovation of the territory will be addressed to the participants in order to give an opportunity to share their experiences and learn about best practices throughout the Alpine Space.
In particular, the topics of the panel discussions are:
- energy optimization of public lighting systems and renewable local energy production;
- public buildings renovation;
- financing systems and incentives for energy renovation.
DAY 2 – FINAL CONFERENCE - 30th April 2015 - from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The Final public Conference will present the activities realised in AlpBC in the Valle d’Aosta concerning the recommendations and the guidelines for energy planning at a municipal and intermunicipal level.
In particular the topics illustrated will focus on the application to the case-study of the VDA Mountain Community Monte Cervino and the Veneto study for the integration of energy issues in urban planning in the Alto Agordino Municipalities.
Further details of the participative Symposia are published at the following link:
AlpBC and AlpHouse are projects of the European Union (EU) in cooperation with the Working Group of Alpine Countries (ArgeAlp), lead by the Chamber of Trade and Crafts for Munich and Upper Bavaria (HWK)