New Observatory! ANERGO – Alba eNERGy Observatory, RO

Data4Action

ANERGO LOGO_full_500ANERGO Energy Observatory is a newly created observatory trough the European project DATA4ACTION. Alba Local Energy Agency – ALEA, as a project partner, has started the observatory operation as an internal structure. Initially the observatory will provide its services for the Local Authorities from Alba County with the possibility to expand its services in the surrounding counties in the future.
Our key targets are

  • Elaborating public energy consumption reports on annual basis, containing averages of energy consumption trends and prices, BEI & MEI reports for local authorities compatible with Covenant of Mayors, renewable energy production, comparisons and analysis
  • Contribute to an overall decrease of greenhouse gas emissions in the region and promotion of renewable energy production for municipalities and promoting energy efficiency advices for individual consumers (citizens)

The management of the observatory is based on the Regional Steering Committee, whose members can provide useful directions for the observatory operation as they represent Regional and Local Authorities, Energy Data Providers and Energy Facilitators.
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For more information see the PDF file attached below or visit our website: www.anergo.alea.ro
 
 
 


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