WECF’s ‘CLEEN’-Project in the race for an EUSEW Award
CLEEN, an implementation and networking concept, with which CSOs and further important multipliers are trained and supported to expand their network in 4 project countries (Georgia, Armenia, Moldova, and Ukraine) in order to raise awareness and ensure citizen participation in energy efficiency and renewable energy
WECF nomination in 2015 for the EUSEW Award with Armenian Energy Efficiency Project
CLEEN (Civil Society Local Energy Efficiency Network) is a qualification, implementation and networking concept, with which CSOs and further important multipliers are trained and supported to expand their network in 4 project countries (Georgia, Armenia, Moldova, and Ukraine) in order to raise awareness and ensure citizen participation in energy efficiency and renewable energy.
The European Sustainable Energy Week, an initiative of the European Commission, will take place from 14 to 16 June 2016. The Awards recognise projects for clean, secure and efficient energy. The Awards ceremony takes place during the EUSEW policy conference where public authorities, energy agencies, industry associations, businesses, civil society organisations and the media are invited to take part. Nominees will present their projects on the EUSEW website and meet key policymakers and stakeholders on the policy conference.
CLEEN competes for the prize in the category public sector.
The project shows excellence and innovation with its approach to combine capacity building, implementation, networking and policy advocacy to unlock the great potential of energy efficiency and -saving in the target countries. Providing structures for the transformation towards sustainable and efficient energy development helps paving the way for reaching the EU 2030 Objectives.
Rural Georgians look to the sun to ease energy poverty
Video (6 min): by Deutsche Welle & Maria Lesser on our project in Georgia
The CLEEN Project and Its Successes
The CLEEN Project, driven by WECF and 3 other local co-applicant organizations, strives to implement energy-efficient policies into local communities in 4 eastern European countries which are Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia and Armenia
Better energy efficiency in Moldova thanks to insulation of public buildings
Local authorities and WECF partner OA Colaborare cooperate to provide public buildings with proper insulation
WECF Event in Brussels: “CLEEN Energy has changed our lives”
WECF organised Wednesday June 21 event to highlight Project CLEEN during EU Sustainable Energy Week “CLEEN energy has changed our lives”.
Who will stop the destruction of trees in Kamiansk (Dniprodzerzhynsk)?
Ukrainian partner Voice of Nature protects the environment in the Ukrainian city of Kamiansk