50 000&1 SEAPs – Integrating Energy Management and Sustainable Action Plans

Data4Action

Focus on data challenges

50 000 &1 SEAPsThis first webinar presented how Energy Management (EnMS) and Sustainable Energy Action Plans can be integrated according to energy management standards such as ISO50001. The webinar focused on the issues of data collection

  • who and how to ask for data?
  • how to have access to the data you need?
  • how to overcome data challenges?

Municipalities, Regional Authorities, Covenant of Mayors Supporters and Coordinators, public and private stakeholders joined this online webinar.

Recording of the webinar – Slides; 50 000&1 SEAPs  

16 September 2015 – 10:00-12:00 CET


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