ENERGee Watch / Data4Action Webinar: 9 March, 2:00-3:30 pm

Energee-Watch

The European project “Data4Action” which aims to foster win-win collaboration models between energy data providers and public local authorities, is organising a webinar on Wednesday 9 March from 2:00-3:30 p.m, with ENERGee Watch.

This webinar will have two main themes:

  • SEAP Monitoring/Evaluation – How to deal with the monitoring of the implementation of concrete actions from an already existing SEAP (Sustainable Energy Action Plan)?
  • Recommendations from the Data4Action project to the European Commission regarding access to energy data.

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Webinar link: http://connectpro21364575.adobeconnect.com/d4a-ew_webinaire-no1/

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Register now:

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