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INTELLIGENT ENERGY EUROPE Applying for funding: where to focus? W. Gillett and V. Berrutto Heads of Unit Executive Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation




> To reduce energy use and încrease thé share of renewable énergies by: > Creating favourable market conditions > Shaping polïcy development and implementation > Preparing thé ground for investments > Building capacities and skills > Informing stakeholders and fostering commitment

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=n projects" costs) Main deadline 8 May 2012

> €.39 million "ELENA" facilities for project development services via banks (EIB, KfW, CEB and EBRD)

>€ 19 million to purchase services (tenders) and support activities not subject to calls (e.g. standards)

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Actions aimed at: > Small and médium size industries in spécifie sectors > providing them with tailored infprmation/training > and/or developing appropriate incentives


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Actions aimed at: > market surveillance and networking among compétent authorities and testing fabs > irinovative solutions stimulating behavioural change amongst spécifie consumer groups

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Actions aimed at: > boosting thé energy services market by increasing its transparency > making energy services accessible to small end-consumers .•... -••>',•-.

> empowering households to ensure thé success of smart meters and informative billing

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Energy use in transport.(STEER)

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Actions aimed at: thé take up of Sustainabte Urban Mobiliîy Plans

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> grid issues: policies, régulations, incentive schemes for intégration of large volumes o e, and best practices for small scale distribuiez RES ? ; - «rators > speeding up and streamlining permitting proc iur and enhancing public acceptant ls & ge ning, monitoring marketframew >rks (eg: . e 3f scth 3 sui j ')rt schemes and rn-M/o;: ;'VÏ-L : '\l ï|licHil pcës ;"• costs, integrated stre i « shorewind) - • . - - . j|p 3 i 1erthi$KeyAction^

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Actions aimed at: > Stratégie initiatives: and beyond (sustainuh;

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Actions aimed at: > Good practice rnodels for multi-level governance (foster collaboration between local, régional and national public authorities) > Capacity building for national and/or régional town planning associations

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Project development assistance for public authorities on energy efficiency and/or renewable energy projects identifiée! in SEAPs or équivalent > Applicants may be Irom 1 MS; Goordinator a public authority > Leverage factôr: >15 > Evidence of launch of investment after max 36 months > Rriority - high organisational innovation & replication potential > Spécifie criteria, application forms and deadlineS

Replication of successful innovative financing solutions Dlemented by public authorities




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Intelligent Energy Europe Info Day - 2012 01 24 Bruxelles 1/3