MED-ENEC is an EU-funded project that aims to promote energy efficiency (EE) and the use of renewable energies (RE) in the construction sector in the Mediterranean region.
SUDeP, Sustainable Urban Demonstration Projects, is a project funded by the European Union. Its goal is to enable local authorities in the ENPI South Mediterranean Partner Countries to implement actions incorporated in their Sustainable Energy Action Plans (SEAPs) or in similar local action plans targeting sustainable urban development.
CES-MED has encouraged municipalities that work with us to apply for SUDeP grants and cooperates closely with the SUDeP team.
Please find in the table below the local authorities that have been awarded a SUDeP grant:
The municipality of Benslimane in Morocco, hosted on January 20, 2015 the inception workshop of the SEAP study in the premises of the Regional Observatory for the Environment and Sustainable Development (L’Observatoire Régional de l’Environnement et du Développement Durable - OREDD). The city also sought the involvement of external services (energy suppliers, public authorities etc.) to raise awareness of the importance of their contribution in the BEI phase for the development of the city’s SEAP.
Cities and modernisation of urban infrastructures
4 June 2015
Benefits for Local Authorities
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Algeria-Batna 17 December 2014
In two separate visits, CES-MEDs expert for the Mashreq region, Mr Serge Yazigi, and representatives from the Lebanese consortium, consulting the elaboration of Sustainable Energy Action Plans (SEAPs), visited the municipalities of Baakline and Kab Elias.