Six Croatian Towns Running for European Energy Award

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ZAGREB, July 30, 2018 – Six Croatian towns are in the race for the prestigious European Energy Award which is granted as part of a project aimed at building the local government capacity in the area of energy efficiency and renewable energy sources.

The project, called IMPLEMENT, lasts 48 months, during which time the towns of Ivanić Grad, Jastrebarsko, Karlovac, Pregrada, Velika Gorica and Zaprešić will each prepare a programme of energy and climate policy management activities in six areas: development and spatial planning, municipal buildings and facilities, supply and disposal, mobility, internal organisation, communication and cooperation, the Northwestern Croatia Regional Energy Agency (REGEA), a project partner, said on Monday.

The IMPLEMENT project is being carried out in 30 towns and municipalities in four European Union member states – Belgium, Croatia, Greece and Poland – and funded under the Horizon 2020 programme. It has a budget of 1.38 million euro.


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