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PROJECT TITLE:

‘‘Promotion of Near Zero CO2 emission buildings due to energy use‘‘

 

PROJECT ACRONYM: ZeroCO2

 

PRIORITY AXIS:

Priority axis 3: Low carbon economy

 

PROJECT OBJECTIVES:

·        To define near zero CO2 emission buildings due to energy use (NZCO2EB) and present the various benefits which result from this type of building;

·        To work on the combination of different technologies and energy efficiency sources, which can be used to achieve the above mentioned target;

·        To design state of the art policies, which will aim at promoting NZCO2EB at the local, regional and national level;

·        To present various financial tools in order to promote these types of buildings;

·        To monitor the implementation of the policy action plan over two years.

 

PARTNERS:

·        LP: Local Energy Agency Spodnje Podravje (Slovenia)

·        PP2: Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania (Greece)

·        PP3: Molise Region (Italy)

·        PP4: Municipality of Kaunas District (Lithuania)

·        PP6: European Institute for Innovation (Germany)

·        PP7: Thermopolis Ltd. (Finland)

·        PP8: Agency for Sustainable Mediterranean Cities and Territories (France)

·        PP9: University of Malta (Malta)

 

TOTAL BUDGET

1.23 Million Euro ERDF

 

CONTACT:

Eur Ing Dr Charles Yousif

E-mail: charles.yousif@um.edu.mt

Phone: +356 2340 7831

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ZEROCO2Project/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/CISKYOU

 

‘Phase 1’: April 2016 – Mar 2017 is divided equally into four semesters. These semesters are dedicated to interregional learning and to preparing the exploitation of the lessons learnt from the cooperation through the development of a policy action plan by each project partner.

‘Phase 2’: Mar 2017 – Feb 2019 is dedicated to monitoring the implementation of the proposed policy action plan. When relevant, pilot actions may also be tested during this phase.

 

FINAL POLICY ACTION PLAN PROPOSAL AND MARKET NEEDS REPORT

 

First Newsletter:

Click here for the English Version

Click here for the Maltese Version

 

Second Newsletter:

Click here for the English Version

Click here for the Maltese Version

 

Third Newsletter:

Click here for the English Version

Click here for the Maltese Version

 

Fourth Newsletter:

Click here for the English Version

 

A number of communication initiatives have been presented in the third semester (April to September 2017), showing the outcomes of the project ZeroCO2 in the local newspapers, Youtube, facebook, ResearchGate and twitter.


Five Youtube videos have been published:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2nTZy1JluQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xOukEpP9UoA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZveDHyM1vM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGgWcfS1oH0

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dp8FaYUTg_w

 

Facebook postings;

https://www.facebook.com/ZEROCO2Project/


Presentations:

http://bit.ly/2xT09ea

http://bit.ly/2wPqdJc

http://bit.ly/2vVus7h

http://bit.ly/2eLTHha

 

Regional Policy Report - Maltese Version

Common Study

 

Project Updates:

Brochure English Version

Brochure Maltese Version

Times of Malta Article - Solar heater grants

Times of Malta Article - Promoting near ZeroCO2 buildings

Good Practices: Positive Green Energy Zero Carbon Dioxide School

Good Practices: Solar Photovoltaic Communal Farm

Good Practices: Heat Pump Water Heater Grant

Brochure English Version


An article on the project ZeroCo2 - Interreg Europe Project summarising findings so far has been published on Malta ClimateKiC Newsletter December 2017. Please click here.

 

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Last Updated: 3 April 2018

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