CEP-REC
Introduction of
Regional Energy Concepts


Lead Partner:
eza!
energie- & umweltzentrum allgäu
gemeinnützige GmbH
burgstr. 26
87435 kempten (allgäu)
fon: +49 (0) 831 960286-0
fax: +49 (0) 831 960286-90
e-mail: info@eza-allgaeu.de

Regional Energy Concepts (REC) in Central Europe Programm (CEP)

Closing Conference in Munich

The CEP-REC Closing Conference took place in Munich on 6th of November 2014. As a tool for transnational publicity it summarized the major outputs of the project.

detailed information about the conference

konferenzprogramm in deutsch

Nine pilot regions

The project Introduction of Regional Energy Concepts (CEP-REC) has the target to support the use of renewable energy sources and increase energy efficiency in Central Europe.
As the use of renewable energy sources has to be implemented mainly on the regional level, the regions are key actors in this development. Regional Energy Concepts bring many chances for a good development of renewable energies and energy efficiency.

Within the project CEP-REC Regional Energy Concepts will be elaborated for nine pilot regions in the eight countries from the Central Europe Programme.

More information can be found in the project flyer, which is also available in national languages (CZ, DE, HU, IT, PL, SK, SI) or in the project article. Please contact the project partners in the respective countries for national versions.

More detailed information on the pilot regions, on results of energy analyses and on award competitions can be found in the project brochure.

About the project

Further Information
Programme Area: Central Europe Programme
(European Regional Development Fund)
Duration: March 2012 – November 2014
Budget: 2.164.900 €
ERDF: 1.732.299 €

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It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the European Communities. The
European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the
information contained therein.

This project is implemented through the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF.