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The Cyprus Presidency of the EU Council together with the Transnational Cooperation Programme MED and the Neighborhood Cross-border Cooperation Programme in the Mediterranean Sea Basin ENPI MED hold their first joint conference in Cyprus on October 24th and 25th 2012. Under this joint conference a scheduled study visit was held to the pilot area of the Enerscapes project, the community of Agia Anna and more specifically to the Wind Park-Rokas Aeoliki Ltd. The methodology that was developed in the Enerscapes project in order to reduce possible impacts in the landscape of the area was explained by the Cypriot partners of the project – Cyprus Energy Agency.

It's possible to view the agenda of the conference here.

To find more details about the conference please visit: www.programmemed.eu.


CEA MED-ENPIConference

The Wind Park-Rokas Aeoliki Ltd.


 

The 5th Enerscapes meeting and stering committee will take place in Rome, Italy.

During the morning of the first day, there will be the presentation don by the Project Leader about activities left, future deadlines and advancement of the project in general.

In the afternoon the Steering Committee is scheduled, it will be about financial issues, new contracts details and key elements about the closure of the project.

The second day all participant will be committed in the Study Visit at ENEA, which is the Italian National agency for new technologies, energy and sustainable economic development. In the afternoon it is planned the presentation of all Partners Action Plan.

 

One of our partners CEA (Cyprus Energy Agency) took part to the last IEPEC (International Energy Program Evaluation Conference) that was held on 12-14/6/2012, in Rome. The poster that was presented in the conference focuses in documenting and accessing the processes and the governmental departments and authorities involved in licensing, financing and installing of a PV park 100 - 150 kW on the ground. The overall procedure has been divided in six distinct process, each one involving numerous and complicated sub-procedures. It is the first time that a simple flow-chart has been designed that will enable investors to follow the various steps that need to be taken for a successful completed RES project in Cyprus. This work summarizes the contribution of the Cyprus Energy Agency and the Cyprus University of Technology to the "Regulatory Frameworks related with Territorial, Landscape and Energy Planning" in the regions participate in the ENERSCAPES project in which the Cyprus Energy Agency is a partner.

 Below you can find two pdf documents and a picture about it.

 

 Downloads:

Summary

Poster of the work

IEPEC Rome

 

The 3rd Workshop of Enerscapes project partners took place in Moravske Toplice, Slovenia, hosted by the partner University of Maribor.

This has been a three day workshop. On the first day, the final scenarios and drafts of action plans for pilot areas have been presented and discussed. On the second day there has been a study trip and in the afternoon an EUSEW event, that has been held for public, not only project partners. On day 3 the partners have discussed on the creation of guidelines for creating action plans.

Here's the link to the EUSEW event on EUSEW website.

 

EUSEW

 

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In the context of its activities within the Enerscapes project, the lead partner MIEMA has organised on 15th June 2012 a public consultation seminar on the impact of Renewable Energy Sources, particularly photovoltaic systems, on the Maltese landscape.

As part of the EU Sustainable Energy Week activities, the information workshop about the implementation of the European Energy Award (eea®) methodology has been held at Corinthia Palace Hotel in Attard.

 

You can download the public consultation leaflet in English or Maltese and a brief report of the consultation exercise.

 

Read more here ("Bringing the European Energy Award to Malta") and here ("Public consultation exercise: PV systems in the Maltese Landscape").

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