OVERVIEW OF STEPS to Create Your Observatory

Energee-Watch

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 of Key Messages to solicit Energy Data Providers
  • Template Memorandum of Understanding to sign with Energy Data Providers

 

4. Data Management and Processing

  • Real/estimated data, modelization, collection tools,…

 

5. Data Communication to Local Authorities

  • List of targeted data services (public buildings energy data consumption, BEI data for local/regional SEAP, energy data for SEAP monitoring)
  • Online tools, reports…

 


SURVEY on multi-level governance for sustainable energy – COOPENERGY project (by 31st Oct)

Are you working on sustainable energy with regional and local authorities in your area or on wider climate change initiatives?Then please take part in a short European SURVEY regarding your experience, to help the new European COOPENERGY project: in English, Italian, Spanish, French,by 31st October2013.The survey only takes about 15 minutes to complete. COOPENERGY (co-financed […]

Industry

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Joint Exchange: ANERGO energy observatory with AEEPM Bucharest

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Information exchange on climate strategies and observatories between Sweden and Latvia

In August 2012, representatives of the Latvian Environmental Investment Funds will now visit Northern Sweden to learn more about how Swedish municipalities are working with Sustainable Energy Action Plans. They will also meet regional authorities and discuss with Nenet, Norrbotten Energy Agency, on energy observatories and climate strategies.