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enerscapes

Using Renewable Energy Sources and protecting the common heritage

Budget
1,760,500.00 €
Call
2nd call - 2009
Type
Classic
Priority axis
2
Objective
2.1
Duration
-

Project aims and approach

Project summary

The use of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) is without any doubt important to reduce greenhouse gases emissions. However, the compatibility of the use of RES with the landscape and heritage preservation policies should also be taken into account. The partnership of the Enerscapes project considered all these and the impacts that a non-regulated diffusion of RES could have on Mediterranean territories, mainly in terms of alternation and simplification of landscape and of negative...

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Key achievements and results

The Enerscapes project was intended as an experimental process able to integrate the development of RES with landscape protection. By connecting energy and territorial planning, partners identified strategies appropriately considering ecological, landscape and heritage aspects while setting up RES promotion policies. Each partner realised a Local Action Plan as the main output of the project, which was supported by a territorial analysis, a scenario building and assessment and a communication and...
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Budget

ERDF contribution
1,393,625.00 €
National co-funding
366,875.00 €
Total project budget
1,760,500.00 €

Project partnership

Lead Partner

Malta
MIEMA - Malta Intelligent Energy Management Agency / Malta: the entire country (Malta)

Project partnership

Italy
Lazio Region - Spatial and Urban Planning Regional Directorate / Lazio (Italy)
Greece
Region of Thessaly / Thessalia (Thessaly) (Greece)
Italy
Province of Vercelli / Piedmont (Italy)
Cyprus
Cyprus Energy Agency / Chypre: the entire country (Cyprus)
France
RHONALPENERGIE - ENVIRONNEMENT / Rhône-Alpes (France)
Slovenia
University of Maribor / Slovenia: the entire country (Slovenia)
Spain
Consejeria de Medio Ambiente - Junta De Andalucia / Andalousia (Spain)
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