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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.
The communities of Agadir and Oujda hosted workshops on the launch of Sustainable Energy Action Plan (SEAP) studies. The events were organised by CES-MED’s national focal points, in coordination with the CES-MED project team and the consultants from EnvirOconsult in the period between December 9 and 11, 2014.
The organiser assured the presence of various external services at the workshop, to raise awareness on the importance of their contribution to the Baseline Emission Inventory (BEI) phase for the development of the SEAPs.
Following the approval from the Jordanian national authorities, CES-MED held its first meeting with the newly appointed Jordanian National Coordination Group (NCG) in Amman. The meeting took place in the premises of the Jordanian Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation (MOPIC) acting as CES-MEDs Focal Point (FP). In addition, representatives of the Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Energy and Ministry of Water and Mineral Resources were present at this meeting.
The second meeting, of the National Coordination Group (NCG) for the CES-MED project and the launch event of SEAP studies for the three cities of Sfax, Sousse and Kairouan, were held on November 20, 2014 in Kairouan, Tunisia.