The IMEAS Interreg Alpine Space project, dedicated to support integrated and sustainable energy policy planning in the Alpine Space is coming to an end.
The project partners are pleased to invite you to their final event. The event is organized in the framework of the EUSALP Annual Forum. You will have the opportunity to attend the Forum Sessions on 28th and 29th and to play a part in our workshop.
During the workshop, project partners and experts will share their experience from the project activities and discuss the key findings and potential applications to other contexts. Conclusions and recommendations will be shared in the closing plenary.
Join us in discovering the main results of IMEAS, such as tools and guidelines, case studies, energy roadmaps and the IMEAS Platform. These deliverables contribute in overcoming the difficulties of public officers, policy makers and technical experts in defining and implementing low-carbon energy strategies.
You can meet us also in the networking and exhibition areas of the EUSALP Annual Forum on 28th November to discuss the findings from territorial joint actions and roadmaps, and to test our tools.
To register, access the EUSALP Forum registration form (under Thematic Workshops select: Thematic workshop: Perspectives for the energy transition. How to reinforce cooperation and integrated actions for a greener future – IMEAS Final Event) or send an email to the organizers, via email@example.com (registration free of charge).
The Agenda is available for download at the bottom of the page.
Workshop program – Key notes and moderated discussion
Draft version (update 7th November) – time may vary based on EUSALP reframing
08:45 Intro: The experience of IMEAS in fostering integration in low-carbon policy making and planning
09:00 Learning from integrated approaches in low-carbon energy planning
Reinforcing the public administration to take action. How to transfer the experiences from the municipal and district levels in Upper Bavaria and the Land of Salzburg to the Alpine Space.
Quantitative and qualitative issues in energy system modelling for the design of a local public policy. Are multi-level approaches successful in tackling these complex problems?
09:20 The contribution of players from different sectors and governance levels
Sustainable energy transition in the mobility sector: how to engage actors on different levels and from different sectors into comprehensive planning of public transportation.
key note to be confirmed
09:40 Experiences from energy autonomy initiatives
Local Energy Community in Siebratsgfäll. What happens when a small community shares the individual energy production of households and public buildings before selling the overproduction to the energy provider?
Energy autonomy: how to bring together rural and urban territories to take advantage of each other’s assets.
10:00 Sharing and conclusions
Facilitator: E. Prina, policy advisor and coach
Project findings presented by:
A. Aschenbrenner – B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH München
P. Biard and C. Premat – Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Energy Environment Agency
R. Brunelli and S. Verones – Autonomous Province of Trento
S. Erber – Energy Institute Vorarlberg
N. Jurko – Energy Agency of Savinjska, Šaleška and Koroška Region
R. Roberto – Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development
With participation and interventions by:
L. Crema (to be confirmed) – Fondazione Bruno Kessler
S. De Nigris (to be confirmed) – Regione Piemonte
E. Jeanjean – Natural regional Park of Vercors
A. Mignotte (to be confirmed) – Grenoble Alpes Métropole