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Energee-Watch

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2. Observatories’ Legal Structure

Integrated within existing structure   Separate one   → back ←

SWIMS: new tool for identifying impacts and responses to severe weather in Kent

The Severe Weather Impacts Monitoring System (SWIMS) is a web-based tool which helps organisations across Kent to build an evidence base and business case for taking action to address severe weather events.

OVERVIEW OF STEPS to Create Your Observatory

1. Observatories’ Governance Structure Description of typical Steering Committee, Technical Committee Typical existing agreements Estimates of staff number/skills needed (in-house/external consultants) and budget required Key funding sources   2. Observatories’ Legal Structure Integrated within existing structure or separate one   3. Partnership Management with Energy Data Providers List of types of Energy Data Providers List […]

Priority to investments in building renovation

Ecologic released a think piece addressing the need to invest in building renovation through the EU Recovery and Resilience Facility. It is aimed to provide a basis for discussion between stakeholders and policy makers.