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ENERGY in MINDS!

Objective

Energy in Minds! aims at demonstrating that substantial reductions in fossil energy consumption and CO2-emissions can be achieved cost-efficiently within four years by implementing a coordinated set of RES, RUE and information measures. The four participating communities with 25.000 to 40.000 inhabitants each are amongst the most advanced in energy questions within their countries.

They will improve their energy - and CO2 - efficiency even further by:
- raising awareness and knowledge on energy questions, involving the local population, commerce and industries - significantly increasing the share of RES
- reducing energy consumption in buildings
- improving the efficiency of existing energy supply systems - testing and demonstrating new energy technologies
- integrating RES in existing energy infrastructure
- education, information and motivation.

Coordinator

STEINBEIS GMBH & CO. KG FÜR TECHNOLOGIETRANSFER

Address

Willi-Bleicher-Str. 19
Stuttgart

Germany

Participants (16)

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ARBEITSGEMEINSCHAFT ERNEUERBARE ENERGIE, INSTITUTE FOR SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES

Austria

EKOSOLARIS, A.S.

Czechia

FALKENBERG ENERGI AB

Sweden

FALKENBERGS BOSTADS AB

Sweden

FALKENBERGS KOMMUN

Sweden

FREISTRITZWERKE - STEWEAG GMBH

Austria

HALMSTAD UNIVERSITY

Sweden

MANAGEMENT OF ENERGY REGION WEIZ-GLEISDORF / WEIZER ENERGIE-INNOVATIONS-ZENTRUM GMBH

Austria

OBCINA GORNJI GRAD

Slovenia

PROVINCIA DI TORINO

Italy

SOLAR- & ENERGIE INITIATIVE HN E.V.

Germany

STADT NECKARSULM

Germany

STADTWERKE NECKARSULM

Germany

STATUTÁRNÍ MESTO ZLÍN / CITY OF ZLIN

Czechia

TEPLO ZLIN A.S.

Czechia

ZELENÉ BYDLENÍ / GREEN HOUSING ASSOCIATION

Czechia

Project information

Grant agreement ID: 513479

  • Start date

    30 May 2005

  • End date

    29 May 2010

Funded under:

FP6-SUSTDEV

  • Overall budget:

    € 22 329 642

  • EU contribution

    € 9 065 860

Coordinated by:

STEINBEIS GMBH & CO. KG FÜR TECHNOLOGIETRANSFER

Germany