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H2020-LC-SC3-EC-5-2020: Supporting public authorities in driving the energy transition

Proposals should be focused to:

  • supporting local and regional public authorities. One or more of the following bullet points should be considered:
    • Enhance decision-making processes of regional and local authorities, to deliver a higher quality, coherence and consistency of energy efficiency measures - and accelerate reaching targets.
    • Support public authorities in the development of policy scenarios and transition roadmaps that clearly outline the path to the European long-term 2050 targets and inform the ongoing implementation of SEAPs/SECAPs or similar plans and the development of future plans/targets for 2030 and beyond.
    • Innovative ways to enable public engagement in the energy transition, developing interface capacities within public authorities to engage with civil society
    • Deliver innovative capacity-building programmes for cities and/or regions to step up their capacity to drive the sustainable energy transition in their respective territories.
  • supporting the delivery of the Energy Efficiency Directive. Actions assisting Member States to fulfil their obligations under the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) and – where relevant to the implementation of the EED – under the Energy Union Governance Regulation. Proposals should support efficient implementation by taking into account existing effective practices and experiences from across Europe. Proposals may address, for example, the harmonisation of energy.

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