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Presentation by David Crous Duran Public Relations and Official Partner’s Recruitment Manager
TheSustainable Energy Europe Campaign is an initiative of the Directorate General Energy and Transport of the European Commission in the framework of the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme. Sustainable Energy Europe was launched in 2005 for an initial period of 3 years. Based on its success, the Campaign will continue at least until 2010. Sustainable Energy Europe is a communication platform. The main goal is to bring promotional support and increase the visibility of environmentally-friendly projects at the EU level. Four specific fields: - Energy Efficiency - Renewable Energy Sources - Clean Transport - Bio-fuels
Main goal: To identify, promote and spread best-practices in the fields of energy efficiency, renewable energy sources, clean transport and bio-fuels in all EU-27. Other Goals: To raise the awareness of decision-makers and general public. To stimulate the necessary trends towards an increase in private investment in sustainable energy technologies. To contribute to the EU energy policy targets by boosting energy efficiency and saving, securing European energy supplies and combating climate change.
Sustainable Energy Europe Campaign Energy Days & Campaign Events (Tallinn Feb.2008) Official Partners Local, regional and national authorities, Industry, SME’s Energy Agencies, Associations, NGOs Campaign Associates Network organisations National authorities National Energy Agencies Media Associates General and Specialised Media European Union Sustainable Energy Week www.eusew.eu Next: Feb. 2009 European Union Sustainable Energy Awards Competition www.sustenergy.org Next: Feb. 2009
Who can become Official Partner? • Every institution, private company or organisation currently implementing a sustainable energy project. • 5 Campaigning Areas: • Sustainable Energy Communities • Market Transformation • Promotional, Communication and Educational Actions • Demonstration and Dissemination projects • Cooperation Programmes • 4 eligibility criteria: • Satisfy the Campaign objectives • Project ongoing • Project with financial support • Concrete action plan with objectives & (expected) results
Benefits for the Sustainable Energy Europe Official Partners 1. Official Certificate of Best Practice from the European Commission. 2. Publication of your project description and logo on www.sustenergy.org and the Annual Catalogue of Partners. 3. Logo of Sustainable Energy Europe to be used in all your communication and promotional initiatives, including website. 4. The Sustainable Energy Awards Competition. 5. The EU Sustainable Energy Week. 6. Entering a European network of sustainable energy-related actors aiming at sharing information and best practices. 7. Improving your business capacity. 8. Improving your lobbying position towards EU institutions and other potential financial sources. 9. Positive impact on your fundraising strategy. 10. Media Promotion
The European Union Sustainable Energy Awards The foremost examples of successful sustainable energy projects in Europe were awarded during the EUSEW by the European Commission. Brussels, 29th of January 2008.
How do I become Official Partner? email@example.com / www.sustenergy.org • Electronic Application Form • Project summary • Environmental/energy impact • Monitoring instruments • Promoters • Contact details • Action Plan • Total project budget • Financial sources
Sustainable Energy EuropeFacts & Figures • 426 Official Partners • Only 30 come from EU-12 (countries that joined the EU following the 2004 and 2007 Enlargements) • 1 Official Partner from Estonia: • Estonian Wind Power Association • 1 Official Partner from Latvia: • Baltic Environmental Forum Latvia • 2 Official Partners from Lithuania: • Kaunas Regional Energy Agency • ATEIK- Renewable Energy Information Consultation Centre
Are you an active sustainable energy actor? Let Europe Get Closer ! joinSustainable Energy Europe David Crous Duran firstname.lastname@example.org +32 2 340 30 61 Sustainable Energy Europe DG TREN - European Commission Brussels Thank You !