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2009

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

Southern and Eastern Mediterranean

Développement et Coopération EUROP AID

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

Pays : Southern and Eastern Mediterranean

Durée : 2009- 2012

Partenaires : Partner countries : Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Occupied Palestinian Territory, Syria, Tunisia and Turkey

Contexte
Reducing energy consumption is a key objective in the battle against climate change. Best practices in energy efficiency construction must therefore be established. Strengthening business services and supporting markets, improving institutional capacities and establishing favourable institutional structures as well as fiscal and economic instruments would also lead to more efficient energy use and consumption.

Objectifs
1. Encourage energy efficiency and the use of solar energy in the construction sector
2. Raise public awareness and involve civil society in climate-oriented building techniques, energy efficiency and renewable energy use in buildings
3. Design and implement cooperation efforts between the EU and its Mediterranean Partners and among the Partners themselves

Impact
1. Integration of energy efficient techniques in small residential buildings in Souidania (Algeria), Aqaba (Jordan), and Rabat (Marocco).
2. Large residential buildings in Ramallah (Palestinian National Authority), Damascus (Syria), Gebze (Turkey), Sakhim (Israel), Sharm el-Sheikh (Egypt), Zgharta (Lebanon)and Tunisia.
3. Agreements with public and private bodies with the aim of developing energy efficiency schemes.

EC contribution : € 5 million (100% of the project)

EUROP AID

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