The project MED-ECOSURE has been approved for funding from the ENPI CBC-Med program | 01-02-2019

Funding Framework

Our Team has developed and submitted, with MEDREC as applicant, the project “MED-ECOSURE” (Mediterranean University as Catalyst for EcoSustainable Renovation) to the first call for proposals of the Multi-lateral cooperation programme ENPI CBC Med 2014-2020. MED-ECOSURE was elaborated under the Thematic Objective B.4 “Environmental protection, climate change adaptation and mitigation (Address common challenges in environment)” and the priority B.4.3 “Support cost-effective and innovative energy rehabilitations relevant to building types and climatic zones, with a focus on public buildings”.

Project Overview

The project is rooted in the key role that Mediterranean universities have to play in contributing to environmental development and combating climate change. It brings together researchers and stakeholders to build a common understanding of the eco-sustainable building renovation issues and aims to empower regional knowledge-to-action process. MEDECOSURE will be setting up a collaborative learning scheme to value innovative energy renovation solutions starting by the university’s immediate neighborhood; the university building. This Living Lab will propose energy renovation solutions to buildings’ managers taking into consideration the social, economic and environmental factors.

Partners

Applicant:

  • MEDREC, Mediterranean Renewable Energy Centre - Tunisia

Beneficiary Partners:

  • UTM, Université de Tunis El Manar - Tunisia
  • UniFi, Universià degli Studi di Firenze - Italy
  • US, Universidad de Sevilla - Spain
  • An-Najah, National University An-Najah - Palestine
  • ANEA, Agenzia Napolitana per l’Energia e per l’Ambiente - Italy
  • SOLARTYS, Asociación Española para la internacionalización y la innovación de empresas solares - Spain

Associate Partners:

  • DADI, Università della Campania - Italy
  • Domotys - Spain
  • Federico II, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II - Italy

Coordinator

Mrs. Ines Khalifa, Technical Manager of MEDREC. e-mail: ines.khalifa@medrec.org

 

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