Summarising Peer Learning Activities
Several Regional Energy Agencies [ EnergiKontor Norr, IRE Liguria, Ente Vasco de la Energia y Ihobe and Rhônalpénergie-Environnement) and one Region [Hauts-de-France] have already successfully implemented observatories structures within existing organizations with strong links with public authorities.
They have shared their knowledge and experience with learning organisation during the course of Data4action through peer learning activities. Peer learning activities were organized based on a detailed analysis of each organisation’s needs and experiences in areas such as partnership management, energy data management and communication.
The document below summarises the steps for setting up an Energy and GreenHouse Gas Observatory and also give you advices and recommendations:
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