Green Financing Workshop

Termin:
 

Ort:

5. März 2020

Stadthalle, Pollheimerstraße 1,
4600 Wels/Österreich

Teilnahmebeitrag:

55 Euro, inkludiert die folgenden Konferenzen:

  • Innovations-Workshops (5. März)
  • Fachexkursion Energieeffizienz (6. März Nachmittag)
  • Die Teilnahme an dieser Konferenz ist auch im Tagungsbeitrag der Europäischen Energieeffizienz Konferenz inkludiertt

Alle Konferenzbeiträge beinhalten auch eine Eintrittskarte für die Energiesparmesse und die Konferenz-Unterlagen. Alle Beträge zzgl. 10 % MWSt.

 

Konferenzsprachen:

Englisch

Organisation und Tagungsbüro:

OÖ Energiesparverband
Landstraße 45, 4020 Linz, Österreich
Tel. +43/732/7720-14386
office@esv.or.at

  Interactive workshop on financing instruments for buildings, transport and public infrastructure

Nachhaltig. Wettbewerbsfähig. Vernetzt.

Programm "Europäische Energieeffizienz Konferenz" (pdf)

PROGRAMM
 

Donnerstag, 5 März 2020

(nur in Englisch)

14.00 Green financing: unlocking the local energy transition

The local energy transition requires investments! Although investment capital is often available in public and private funds, bridging the gap to concrete project implementation remains a big challenge. Having a toolbox of smart financing instruments and programmes unlocks possibilities. Learn, in this interactive session, which instruments work in what contexts and how they can be successfully applied in your region or city.

  • Smart financing: peer-to-peer learning in the Prospect project
    Mia Dragović Matosović, Institute for European Energy and Climate Policy, The Netherlands
     
  • Opportunities for energy efficiency of the European Investment Bank
    Assen Gasharov, European Investment Bank, Luxembourg

A toolbox of financing instruments

  • "Superhomes" enabled by ELENA
    Paul Kenny, Tipperary Energy Agency, Ireland
     
  • Facilitation services for scaling up green financing
    Christine Öhlinger, OÖ Energiesparverband, Austria
     
  • Bigger is better: Bundling sustainable energy investments
    Anna Camp Casanovas, Provincial Council of Girona, Spain
     
  • Let savings pay the bill: the Assen Service Costs Model for home renovation
    Anna Krämer, Cities Northern Netherlands
     
  • Energy cooperatives: partners in the energy transition
    Stanislas d‘Herbemont, REScoop.eu
     
  • Be smart: blending funding and financing
    Martin Kikas, Tartu Regional Energy Agency, Estonia
     
  • A digital platform to bridge the gap between investors and projects
    Velimir Segon, North-West Croatia Regional Energy Agency, Croatia
     
  • "Smartening up" our city with energy efficiency revolving funds
    Jaroslav Klusák, City of Litomerice, Czech Republic
     
  • Guaranteeing safety, health, comfort and affordability: LABEEF
    Nicholas Stancioff, Funding for Future, Latvia
     
  • Supporting the roll out of renewables through regional co-investment
    Olivier Roussel, SEM Energies Hauts-de-France
     
  • Peer-to-peer learning session – Planning replication and roll out
     

19.00 Abendveranstaltung