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MED-DESIRE Takes Part to EnergyMed

During the annual Conference Exhibition on Renewable Sources and Energy Efficiency EnergyMed, the Italian Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea promoted the Capitalization Event in Naples on 10th of April, 2015, entitled “The role of the renewable energy sources in the Mediterranean Region: from buzz to action” within the Project MED-DESIRE.

The initiative aims at introducing to the private and public stakeholders the most recent financial, technological and regulatory developments on the renewable energy and energy efficiency issues underlining the opportunity and the barriers.

The event was addressed to stakeholders and business sector and included contributions of Institutional Representatives: Puglia Region – Italian Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea - Tunisian National Agency for Energy Conservation (ANME) – Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) - International actors: United Nations Environment Programme - Division of Technology, Economics (UNEP - DTIE) – Scientific and Technical Experts: Center of Energetic, Environmental And Technological Investigations - Solar Platform of Almeria (CIEMAT – PSA), Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (ENEA), Politecnico of Milano, Hamburg Institut Research GmbH (HIR) – Stakeholders: Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RECREEE), Solar Energy Development Association (SEDA) – Business sector Representatives from Egypt, Lebanon, Tunisia and Italy.

The event focused on the market stimulus instruments, the legislative and the technology state of the art, in particular:

-          Market stimulus instruments for the deployment of Solar technologies: financial mechanisms and solar obligations.

-          Mediterranean distributed solar technology market: barriers, challenges and perspective will be devoted to the latest technological development on solar energy and the tools to remove barriers preventing distributed solar technology.

MED-DESIRE is co-funded by the European Union through the ENPI CBC MED Programme 2007- 2013 for an amount of 4.192.000 Euros, aims at spreading energy efficiency, and in particular, solar energy across the Mediterranean area through the definition of innovative financial schemes .

 

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