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5th project meeting in Dubrovnik (HR)

10 November 2014

meeting in DubrownikuOn the 5th and 6th of November 2014 project partners of the MESHARTILITY project gathered in Dubrovnik (HR) for the fifth time in order to discuss their up-to-date results and tasks for the future. Large part of the discussion was devoted to the cooperation agreements that shall be signed between local authorities involved in the project and the energy utilities operating in their area. Best practices in this field were presented, such as the management of the data sharing in Italy or the proposed changes in Energy Sector regulation in Romania. Another issues dealt with during the sessions included the results of the second national round tables organized in partner countries, as well as the progress of SEAP’s implementation in the participating municipalities. The meeting was attended by the Project Officer, Mr. Martin Eibl, who informed about the great interest of the EU Commission in the results of this project. He also encouraged the partners to continue with the hard work to initiate the agreements between energy utilities and local authorities and the further support the municipalities in the SEAP process to help them finalize their plans and launch their implementation by April 2015 when the project finishes. On this occasion we are also pleased to inform you that in March 2015 a 2nd European Round Table on Energy Data Sharing will be held in Brussels. During the event energy utilities, local authorities and European stakeholders will discuss the European dimension of energy consumption data sharing. The agenda of the meeting will be published here soon!

 

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