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Strong partnerships to connect urban demand & rural supply
NWE is one of the EU’s highest energy consuming regions. The share of renewable energy in the region’s production and consumption mix is low and there is a strong dependence on non-renewable energy sources.
RegEnergy aims to break up existing structures for increasing the use of renewable energy in NWE regions. Creating renewable energy demand–supply partnerships between urbanised and surrounding rural territories will lead to reducing greenhouse gas emissions. 9 projectpartners from 7 NWE countries, representing metropolitan regions, cities, rural communities, regional agencies, scientific institutions and renewable energy producers will develop strategies and models to illustrate how such partnerships can be built. In three strategic areas the missing regional links between demand and supply from renewables will be addressed: The institutional and administrative framework conditions (e.g. cooperation agreements) as well as the main infrastructure (e.g. biogas pipelines) that such partnerships require are as central as the question of required technologies (e.g. smart grids, storage capacities).
Pilot partnerships across Northwest-Europe will invest in
To sustain and widely spread the results RegEnergy partners will present best-practice and showcases to cooperating regions and will actively help them to develop appropriate RE demand-supply partnerships in their region.
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The first Interreg North-West Europe (NWE) impact event focused on the results achieved by the NWE projects funded so far, and how to further support their uptake and impact.
The “Zukunftsforum Energiewende” is Germany’s largest congress for decentralised energy system transformation players. Representatives from local and state politics, administration, business and science meet here to jointly set fresh impulses for energy system transformation and climate protection.
On 29 and 30 November the Dutch partner Waterstromen invited the RegEnergy project team to Arnhem and Doetinchem.
From 5 to 6 June 2019, 28 representatives from seven North-West European countries representing metropolitan regions, cities, rural communities, regional authorities, scientific intuitions and renewable energy producers met in Waterford, Ireland, to work on preliminary guidelines for the development of regional renewable energy partnerships.
The first meeting in Brussels concentrated on getting to know each other. Thus, the partners presented their activities and investments to each other in great detail. Moreover, they addressed the question of how EE partnerships can best be established.