Fostering public capacity to plan, finance and manage integrated urban REGeneration for sustainable energy uptake

Training for public officers involved in urban regeneration

Integrated urban regeneration

Multilevel coordination

 

FosterREG aims at enhancing public capacity at local, regional and national levels to plan, finance and manage integrated urban regeneration for sustainable energy uptake, through capacity building, promotion and articulation of effective multilevel coordination, and national as well as European network strengthening. These objectives will be achieved through public stakeholders’ engagement in joint analysis and knowledge development activities, as well as creation and dissemination of targeted training materials and activities across Europe. Read more...                    

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Increasing energy efficiency awareness and enhancing funding schemes and financial instruments were the main issues addressed in the capacity building plan specifically developed by the FosterREG Spanish cluster. These were identified as key issues through collaborative analysis carried out in the first part of the project. A brief summary of actions performed by the Spanish cluster and their conclusions are presented below.

After the success of the collaborative analysis phase last year in the Netherlands, in the second half of the project the Dutch FosterREG partners have shifted the focus and attention to actual capacity building of public officers. From the collaborative analyses remained three national strategies to build further on. The first effort in the Netherlands was to call together again all participants who were actively involved in the formulation of the strategies, and to continue working on these, towards concrete implementation plans.

In Croatian national cluster, training activities (TAs) were planned with a great emphasis on the multi-level coordination. Stakeholders from different authority levels were invited to all major events in order to strengthen the communication between the particular levels of government, as it was one of the points requiring improvements.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 649846