How to aggregate small energy investments into a large regional project?

Policies and Targets
Economics and Financing
Urban Areas
Željko Kolar, Prefect of the Krapina-Zagorje County
Michel Lebrun, European Committee of the Regions
Anette Jahn, Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises
Francesco Pigliaru, European Committee of the Regions
Julije Domac, FEDARENE and North-West Croatia Regional Energy Agency
Paul Kenny, Tipperary Energy Agency
Ralf Goldmann, European Investment Bank
Roman Doubrava, European Commission - Directorate-General for Energy
Regions and cities play an essential role in the implementation of energy efficiency policies and in achieving
the Europe 2020 objectives. As public funds alone are not deemed as sufficient for delivering ambitious EU
energy targets a different, more concentrated approach relying on market based solutions and involvement
of private sector investors is needed. The event intends to explore options to encourage and support the
creation of regional platforms aiming at aggregating small energy efficiency projects in order to maximize
the use of and access to the European Fund for Strategic Investments. Building on successful projects and
initiatives the event will feature presenters and panellists from the EU, regional and local levels discussing
how Europe can maximize its investment potential to further stir growth and competitiveness.
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