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2006

Energy efficiency in the construction sector in the Mediterranean (MED-ENEC)

Southern and eastern Mediterranean

Développement et Coopération EUROP AID

Titre : Energy efficiency in the construction sector in the Mediterranean (MED-ENEC) he

Low-energy buildings in southern and eastern Mediterranean countries

Pays : Southern and Eastern Mediterranean (Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestinian, Syria, Tunisia and Turkey )

Durée : 2006-2009

Partenaires : National Energy Research Centre, Syria Palestinian Energy & Environment Research Centre ; Ministry of Energy and Water, Lebanon New and Renewable Energy Authority, EgyptMinistère de l’Energie et des Mines, Morocco Ministry of National Infrastructures, Israel

Contexte
Electricity consumption has more than tripled over the past three decades in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean countries and is expected to be multiplied by the same factor between now and 2025. The residential and service sectors account for nearly 40% of the requirements.

Objectifs
Boost energy efficiency and the use of renewable energies in buildings
Provide cost effective solutions to reduce environmental impact, by service providers for energy efficiency and renewable energy applications

Impact
1. Raised awareness of policy makers and important stakeholders in public and private sector
2. Increased use of MED-ENEC website for information on best practices and networking
3. 12 000 tonnes of CO2 saved through pilot rojects and an estimated €3.5 million turnover initiated for companies participating at MED-ENEC events
4. Ten national pilot projects showing best practice

EC contribution : € 4 million

EUROP AID

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