AREA Science Park is a public research organization and one of the largest science and technology parks in Europe. Its campuses host about 90 research centres, high-tech companies and institutes employing over 2.500 people involved in research and development activities, technology transfer, higher education and qualified services for enterprises and the public administration.
The Autonomous Region Friuli Venezia Giulia governs an area located in North-Eastern Italy counting 1.227.122 inhabitants and 216 municipalities. The Region benefits from a special administrative status conferring it legislative powers in a variety of fields, including environment, energy, transport, health, industry, scientific research and culture.
Region Tuscany governs an area located in central Italy counting 3.744.398 inhabitants and 279 municipalities. The Region is responsible for carrying out activities in a variety of fields, including environment, mobility, energy, innovation, infrastructure and transport.
Promoscience is a spin-off of SISSA–International School of Advanced Studies in Trieste, founded in May 2004 by a team of researchers specialised in exploring the requirements of the scientific community, perfecting new and effective knowledge transmission strategies and developing adapted content management systems. The company develops innovative web based software for sharing objectives, managing projects and spreading results among the scientific communities.
The implementation of effective dissemination & exploitation plans in the framework of cooperative R&D projects at the international level is one of Promoscience’s fields of expertise.
STENUM ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANCY AND RESEARCH COMPANY LTD.
STENUM guides companies, public institutions and local authorities through the implementation of sustainable development with a special emphasis on preemptive environmental protection, resource and energy optimization, management systems and communication to promote the environment and sustainability. The suggested measures help clients use resources efficiently, avoid unnecessary costs and emissions and implement sustainability in a practical way.
Carinthia is the southernmost Austrian region and with its 9.533 km2 surface it is the fifth largest region. It has 8 political districts and 132 municipalities. Klagenfurt am Wörthersee is the capital city and has about 100.000 inhabitants.
CIRCE – RESEARCH CENTRE FOR ENERGY RESOURCES AND CONSUMPTION
CIRCE is a research centre founded in 1993 with the support of the University of Zaragoza to create and develop innovative solutions in the field of energy as well as relevant scientific and technical knowledge to be transferred to the business sector. CIRCE’s mission is to drive forward improvements in energy efficiency and to spread the use of renewable energy sources by developing R&D and training activities that respond to the needs of national and international producers, thereby contributing to sustainable development.
The Provincial Government of Zaragoza governs an area located in the North of Spain counting 956.006 inhabitants and 293 municipalities. Its mission is to provide legal, economic and technical support to municipalities (especially those with lower economic and managerial skills) in various fields, including energy efficiency and sustainable mobility.
The Provincial Government of Huelva governs an area located in the South of Spain counting around 520.000 inhabitants. Its mission is to provide economic and technical support to municipalities in various fields, including local development, transport and infrastructure and environment.
Dobrich Local Agency for Energy Management (DLAEM) is a not-for-profit organization established to promote energy efficiency in the region of Dobrich, in North Eastern Bulgaria. DLAEM's experts and specialists deal with energy programming, awareness raising and communication initiatives, capacity building, training and coaching, fundraising, use of renewable energy sources, environment protection and sustainable development.
The Union of Bulgarian Black Sea Local Authorities (UBBSLA) is an association of 21 cities located along the Bulgarian Black Sea cost, counting over 1 million inhabitants as a whole. UBBSLA coordinates activities in the field of local self-government, energy efficiency, tourism, culture, transport, environmental and sustainable development.
Regional Energy Agency Kvarner was established in 2009 by the County of Primorje – Gorski Kotar with the support of the EU Intelligent Energy Europe programme. Working towards sustainable energy development in the Croatian region of Primorje – Gorski Kotar, the main role of the Agency is to promote good energy management practices, advocate the concept of sustainability, provide information and guidance to municipalities and offer services tailored to specific local energy needs.
Primorje-Gorski Kotar County (PGKC) is a county in Western Croatia encompassing the Bay of Kvarner, the Northern Croatian littoral and the mountainous region of Gorski Kotar. The county's population is 296.195 inhabitants. The executive authority of the County is vested in the President, who supervises 11 administrative departments. The County is responsible, at regional level, for activities in various fields including education, health, spatial and urban planning, transport and economic development.
The Region of Istria is the government body of the peninsula of Istria, in Northern Croatia, counting 208.055 inhabitants. The mission of the Region is to promote economic development and improve the quality of life of its inhabitants. To this end, the Region carries out activities in various fields such as education, health, urban development, transport, infrastructure and tourism.
Alba Local Energy Agency (ALEA) is an NGO established by the Alba County Council with the support of the EU Intelligent Energy Europe programme. ALEA's mission is to contribute to the sustainable development of the County of Alba by means of improving energy efficiency and promoting renewable energy sources. In this regard, ALEA supports both public authorities and private companies in the development of a variety of energy-related projects.
Alba County Council is a local public authority administering the County of Alba, in the central part of Romania. The institution is actively involved in designing and implementing policies for the socio-economic development of urban and rural areas, covering fields such as transport and infrastructure, education and training, health, culture, tourism, youth and environmental protection.
SIMPLA has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N.695955
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