Project - SHared knowledge for Energy renovation in buildings by Public Administrations

Description


Description (EN): The main territorial challenge is to accelerate the implementation of EU Directives 2010/31/EU and 2012/27/EU regarding the existing stock of Mediterranean public buildings, given the specific conditions and difficulties related to EEB projects in the MED area and the associated potential of energy saving. The project overall objective is to reinforce the capacities of Public Administrations at regional and sub-regional level so as to improve EE in their public buildings’ stock and reduce CO2 emissions. The expected changes as a consequence of SHERPA can be properly measured by means of the project outputs, all profitable for future EEB projects: 1. Roadmap to develop and implement EEB strategies. 2. Regional EEB strategies supporting SEAPs implementation. 3. Regional and local EEB Policy Agreements and governance structures. 4. Shared information system. 5. Public awareness strategies, including planning and implementation of specific trainings in EEB. 6. Innovative combination and optimization of EEB financial models. 7. Capitalisation plan. 8. SHERPA Online Capitalisation Forum. 9. Capitalisation set of toolkits. 10. Joint Action Plan integrating all SHERPA EEB projects. Transnationality is crucial for SHERPA since merely local, regional or even national measures cannot secure the coordination and levelling of public actors with different skills, experience, development level and improvement potential, but a common framework given by the shared Mediterranean Sea context.
Description: Le défi territorial principal est d'accélérer la mise en œuvre des directives 2010/31 / UE et 2012/27 / UE concernant le stock existant de bâtiments publics, étant donné les conditions et les difficultés spécifiques liées aux projets du BEE dans la région MED et le potentiel associé des économies d'énergie. L'objectif global est de renforcer les capacités des administrations publiques pour améliorer l'EE dans leurs bâtiments publics et réduire ses émissions. Les changements attendus peuvent être correctement évalués par des résultats du projet, rentables pour les futurs projets du BEE: 1. Feuille de route pour développer et mettre en œuvre des stratégies de BEE. 2. stratégies BEE régional de soutien mise en œuvre SEAPs. 3. Les accords politiques de BEE régionaux et locaux et les structures de gouvernance. 4. système d'information partagée. 5. Les stratégies de sensibilisation du public, y compris la planification et la mise en œuvre de formations spécifiques dans EEB. 6. combinaison innovante et l'optimisation des modèles financiers BEE. 7. Plan Capitalisation. 8. SHERPA Forum Capitalisation ligne. 9. Capitalisation ensemble de boîtes à outils. 10. Plan d'action conjoint intégrant tous les projets SHERPA BEE. Transnationalité est crucial depuis de simples mesures locales, régionales ou même nationales ne peuvent pas assurer la coordination et la mise à niveau des acteurs publics avec différentes compétences, l'expérience, le niveau de développement et le potentiel d'amélioration.
Expected Results (EN): 1 EEB projects with envisaged 25% energy and 25% CO2 emissions reduction through 300M€ invested in renovation of 100 buildings in the 8 partner reg : EEB projects with envisaged 25% energy and 25% CO2 emissions reduction through 300M€ invested in renovation of 100 buildings in the 8 partner reg : These EEB projects belong to the testing WP and will take place in regional and local governments' public buildings within the partner regions, thereby showing the increase in capacities of Public administrations at regional and sub-regional level within the territories covered by SHERPA, e.g. the project overall objective. The intermediate results related with this main project result, explained with detail within WP4, are: 1. Roadmap document to develop and implement successful EEB strategies. 2. Regional EEB strategies supporting and integrating SEAPs implementation. 3. Regional and local EEB Policy Agreements to properly coordinate measures at the regional and the local level. 4. Shared information system among the participating regions and municipalities. 5. Public awareness strategies, including planning and implementation of specific trainings. 6. Innovative combination and optimization of financial models for EEB. As it can be inferred from the list of the above project outputs, items #2 and #3 are clearly linked with Programme Result Indicator #2 since they increase regional plans including EEB measures for public buildings, whereas item #3 is also linked with Programme Result Indicator #1 since it affects the local level. Clearly, item #1 is a requisite for items #2 and #3, so it is also indirectly connected with programme result indicators #1 and #2. As for items #4, #5 and #6, see Project Results #2 and #3 below, which contribute to Programme Result Indicator #1.1 EEB projects with envisaged 25% energy and 25% CO2 emissions reduction through 300M€ invested in renovation of 100 buildings in the 8 partner reg : EEB projects with envisaged 25% energy and 25% CO2 emissions reduction through 300M€ invested in renovation of 100 buildings in the 8 partner reg : These EEB projects belong to the testing WP and will take place in regional and local governments' public buildings within the partner regions, thereby showing the increase in capacities of Public administrations at regional and sub-regional level within the territories covered by SHERPA, e.g. the project overall objective. The intermediate results related with this main project result, explained with detail within WP4, are: 1. Roadmap document to develop and implement successful EEB strategies. 2. Regional EEB strategies supporting and integrating SEAPs implementation. 3. Regional and local EEB Policy Agreements to properly coordinate measures at the regional and the local level. 4. Shared information system among the participating regions and municipalities. 5. Public awareness strategies, including planning and implementation of specific trainings. 6. Innovative combination and optimization of financial models for EEB. As it can be inferred from the list of the above project outputs, items #2 and #3 are clearly linked with Programme Result Indicator #2 since they increase regional plans including EEB measures for public buildings, whereas item #3 is also linked with Programme Result Indicator #1 since it affects the local level. Clearly, item #1 is a requisite for items #2 and #3, so it is also indirectly connected with programme result indicators #1 and #2. As for items #4, #5 and #6, see Project Results #2 and #3 below, which contribute to Programme Result Indicator #1.2 A total amount of 50 regions and 500 municipalities within SHERPA territories and further across the MED area made aware of SHERPA : A total amount of 50 regions and 500 municipalities within SHERPA territories and further across the MED area made aware of SHERPA : This result will be a consequence of transferring the project results. Intermediate results defined within Project Result #1 above as items #4, #5 and #6 are all necessary elements of the model to be tested within regions and municipalities before it can be transferred and capitalised so as to reach further regions and municipalities and thereby link with programme result indicator #1. Indeed, once the model is properly tested, the transferring process must take place in order to reach as many regions and municipalities as possible within SHERPA territories and further across the MED area. Associated partners of SHERPA will play a key role in this respect since they will seek to maximize the amount of municipalities made aware of SHERPA'S tools and results. However, most probably not all reached regions and municipalities will undertake projects to implement their SEAPs and hence contribute to Programme Result Indicator #1. This will only take place for some regions and municipalities as a consequence of the capitalisation process, described below.3 EEB projects for 100 public buildings developed through the implementation of 140 regional and local EEB Policy Agreements, the latter being SEAPs : EEB projects for 100 public buildings developed through the implementation of 140 regional and local EEB Policy Agreements, the latter being SEAPs : These EEB projects belong to WP6 and will take place (1) in regional governments' public buildings within the associated partner regions and (2) in local governments' public buildings within the partner and the associated partner regions. Hence, this will demonstrate the increase in capacities of Public administrations at regional and sub-regional level within the territories covered by SHERPA, e.g. the project overall objective. The capitalisation process across regions and municipalities within the SHERPA territories (partner and associated partner regions) has as key intermediate results: - Capitalisation plan - SHERPA Online Capitalisation Forum. - Capitalisation set of toolkits containing all relevant outputs of this and other projects regarding EEB projects in public buildings. Obviously, this result directly contributes to Programme Result Indicator #1 since it increases the amount of municipalities being able to implement their SEAPs with EEB measures in public buildings. Furthermore, it also contributes to Programme Result Indicator #2 since associated partner regions will also implement measures in EEB in some of the 100 buildings developed. Moreover, it does not remain an abstract result or a mere agreement, but materialises with concrete EEB projects in public buildings. Finally, all projects developed within SHERPA as a consequence of the testing and the capitalisation phase will be integrated into a Joint Action Plan.
Expected Outputs (EN): Roadmap document to develop and implement EEB strategies,Municipalities and regions aware of SHERPA's results and methodology,Public training strategies, including planning and implementation of specific trainings in EEB,Innovative combination and optimization of financial models for EEB,Shared information system among the participating regions and municipalities,Projects of 100 public buildings to be renovated with EEB measures,EEB projects in public buildings,Joint Action Plan and Final Agreement
Expected Outputs: Feuille de route pour développer et mettre en œuvre des stratégies BEE.,Municipalités et les régions au courant des résultats et la méthodologie de SHERPA,Public training strategies, including planning and implementation of specific trainings in EEB,Innovative combination and optimization of financial models for EEB,Shared information system among the participating regions and municipalities,Projects of 100 public buildings to be renovated with EEB measures,EEB projects in public buildings,Joint Action Plan and Final Agreement

Thematic Information


Thematics: Construction and renovation  Energy efficiency  
Specific Objective: To raise capacity for better management of energy in public buildings at transnational level
Thematic Objective: (4) supporting the shift towards a low-carbon economy in all sectors by:
Investment Priority: (4c) supporting energy efficiency, smart energy management and renewable energy use in public infrastructure, including in public buildings, and in the housing sector


Project Summary


Project name (EN): SHared knowledge for Energy renovation in buildings by Public Administrations
Project name: Partage des connaissances pour la rénovation énergétique des bâtiments par les administrations publiques
Project acronym: SHERPA

Period: 2014-2020
Date of latest update: 2019-05-23

Web: https://interreg-med.eu/

Project start date: 2016-11-01
Project end date: 2020-01-31
Project status: Ongoing

Total budget/expenditure: EUR 3.248.295,22
European Union funding: EUR 2.761.050,94

ERDF budget: EUR 2.761.050,94

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Partners Data


Lead Partner (EN): Government of Catalonia -Department of Territory and Sustainability
Lead Partner: Government of Catalonia -Department of Territory and Sustainability
Address: Av. Josep Tarradellas, 2-6, Barcelona, Spain
Legal status: public

Department: REGIONAL ENERGY AGENCY OF CRETE
Address: ELEFTHERIAS SQUARE, Heraklion, Greece
Legal status: public
Department: Division of Development Programmes
Address: 19th klm Marathonos Avenue, Pikermi, Attica, Greece
Legal status: public
Department: Department for Rural Development, Agriculture and Environmental Protection
Address: Branitelja Dubrovnika 41, Dubrovnnik, Croatia
Legal status: public
Department: ECOGOZO REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT DIRECTORATE
Address: St Francis Square, Victoria, Malta
Legal status: public
Department: Cooperation Territorial Service IPA Adriatic
Address: Via Salaria antica est n. 27, L'Aquila, Italy
Legal status: public
Department: DIRECTORATE INFRASTRUCTURE, ENVIRONMENT AND HOUSING POLICIES
Address: VIALE DEL TINTORETTO 432, Roma, Italy
Legal status: public
Department: General Directorate Spatial Planning and Negotiated Agreements. European and International relations, agreements and Area programmes Unit
Address: Viale Aldo Moro 52, Bologna, Italy
Legal status: public
Department: Energy and District heating department
Address: 18 rue Gabriel Péri CS 20102 Cedex, Villeurbanne, France
Legal status: private
Department: InterMediterranean Commission
Address: 6, rue Saint Martin, Rennes, France
Legal status: private
Department: International R+D+i
Address: Tres forques 98, Valencia, Spain
Legal status: public
Department: Building, Energy and Environmental Group (BEEGROUP)
Address: C/Rambla St Nebridi 22, Terrassa, Spain
Legal status: public
Department: Secretariat of Urban Habitat and Territory
Address: Av. Josep Tarradellas, 2-6, Barcelona, Spain
Legal status: public

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