Pilot action: Stakeholders involvement

  • Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG)
  • Territorial Management Group (TMG)

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TitleDescriptionFile
PPCG meeting 1 minutes (Genoa)

PPCG meeting 1 minutes (Genoa)

2012_02_06 PPGC minutes rev.pdf
PPCG meeting 2 minutes (Genoa)

PPCG meeting 2 minutes (Genoa)

2012_09_27 PPGC minutes.pdf
TMG meeting minutes (Genoa)

TMG meeting minutes (Genoa)

TMG Minuta of Genoa 18-4-2013.pdf
Awareness campaign (Genoa)

Awareness campaign (Genoa)

Elih-MED_Palazzo Verde.pdf
TMG_Agenda and Minutes TMG_Agenda and Minutes (Frattamaggiore).pdf
PPCG meeting minutes in Valencia Minutes_1PPCG_IVE.pdf
TMG meeting minutes in Valencia 01TMG Minutes_IVE.pdf
2nd PPCG meeting minutes in Valencia Minutes_PPCG2_IVE.pdf
3rd PPCG meeting minutes in Valencia Minutes+List_PPCG3_IVE.pdf
2nd TMC meeting minutes in Valencia Minutes_2TMG_IVE.pdf
Préliminaire social – Enquêtes individuelles Enquete.pdf
Common agreement signed by 13 Habitat with tenants (in French) Collective agreement_Mas Thibert.pdf
Minutes of pilot project valuation meeting 1st TMG meeting_13Habitat.pdf
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PPCG meeting (Genoa)

PPCG meeting (Genoa)

Genoa poilo LIH tenants

Genoa poilo LIH tenants

PPCG meeting in Alghero

PPCG meeting in Alghero

PPCG meeting in Sassari

PPCG meeting in Sassari

Tenants Meeting Sassari

Tenants Meeting Sassari

Tenants Meeting Alghero

Tenants Meeting Alghero

National Meeting in Alghero

National Meeting in Alghero

Tenant interview

Tenant interview

Conference in ANEA

Conference in ANEA

Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG) meeting

Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG) meeting

Tenant visit

Tenant visit

PPCG meeting in Valencia

PPCG meeting in Valencia

TMC meetings in Valencia

TMC meetings in Valencia

TMG meeting

TMG meeting

PPCG meeting in Komotini

PPCG meeting in Komotini

Visiting pilot building owners – information collecting

Visiting pilot building owners – information collecting

Pilot dwelling owner awareness raising

Pilot dwelling owner awareness raising

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Country



France

Région Languedoc-Roussillon

Stakeholders involvement



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Arles

Stakeholders involvement

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 
 
In line with the ELIH-MED project methodology, the tenants of the pilot residence buildings and other interested regional stakeholders, like Manager of the South Arles Agency, were invited to participate in a Pilot Project Collaborative Group (PPCG), so as to actively follow the progress of the pilot project.

The tenants were advised since the beginning of the retrofit. The detail description of the efforts made with the tenants is given in report ‘Préliminaire social – Enquêtes individuelles’ (in French), which includes also the survey questionnaire used and the related feedback of the tenants.
13Habitat experience shows that it is mandatory to make an agreement with the tenants. As an good example, the agreement is downloadable below.
 
About Territorial Management Group (TMG), the French association Bâtiments Durables Mediterranéens” (BDM) (“Sustainable Mediterranean Buildings”) was involved.
BDM was created in May 2008 and labelled Regional Innovation Cluster and Economic Development Solidarity by the PACA Region in July 2008. Their goal is to support owners qualitatively and quantitatively in order develop the demand for sustainable buildings, mainly in PACA. To achieve this goal, they developed a framework of environmental, social and economic Mediterranean criteria called the “building approach BDM".
 
The evaluation of the refurbishment design of the pilot dwellings was made by following BDM approach; 42 has been given as the final evaluation score. The minutes of project valuation meeting and the related BDM certification are downloadable.
 

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Préliminaire social – Enquêtes individuelles Enquete.pdf
Common agreement signed by 13 Habitat with tenants (in French) Collective agreement_Mas Thibert.pdf
Minutes of pilot project valuation meeting 1st TMG meeting_13Habitat.pdf



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities

Italy

Genoa

Stakeholders involvement

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
 
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in the
  buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is   able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.

The communication and the cooperation between these two stakeholder groups lead to a consolidated financial and technical action plan to be carried out on the pilot site.
For TMG and PPCG, Genoa municipality has carried out:
- writing to the tenants and then met them, and setting the communication campaign;
- meeting with stakeholders to share and implement the project in the private sector;
- “Palazzo Verde": the point of meeting and sharing between the activities of TMG and those of PPCG;
- the awareness campaign: launched through the direct involvement of participants in the TMG and the PPCG.
 
“Palazzo Verde” in Genoa is the centre of a virtual and material network, able to connect and manage the discussion and research around the concept of energy and waste, evaluating the definition, the size of the objective and the subjective dimension of it. It is in close connection with the territory. As a “smart place”, educational and communication activities (workshops for groups, schools, families) on key issues such as energy conservation and the use of alternative energy sources, reduction, prevention and recycling waste are carried out.

The outcomes of GENOA PPCG are:
- Intense discussion between the City Council and tenants.
- Direct communication about the project in all its phases.
- PPCG as an occasion of communication of further needs of the tenants, who found people willing to listen to    them.
- After retrofitting, collection of feedback from the tenants.

 

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
PPCG meeting 1 minutes (Genoa)

PPCG meeting 1 minutes (Genoa)

2012_02_06 PPGC minutes rev.pdf
PPCG meeting 2 minutes (Genoa)

PPCG meeting 2 minutes (Genoa)

2012_09_27 PPGC minutes.pdf
TMG meeting minutes (Genoa)

TMG meeting minutes (Genoa)

TMG Minuta of Genoa 18-4-2013.pdf
Awareness campaign (Genoa)

Awareness campaign (Genoa)

Elih-MED_Palazzo Verde.pdf

Foto

PPCG meeting (Genoa)

PPCG meeting (Genoa)

Genoa poilo LIH tenants

Genoa poilo LIH tenants

Video

Awareness meeting with low income tenants (Genoa)
National Awareness Campaign in Porto Conte_19-12-2013
National Awareness Campaign in Porto conte 3-10-2014


Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Sassari

Stakeholders involvement

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited by ELIH-Med project team to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG), grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 

 
In Sassari, TMG and PPCG two groups have given an important contribution to pilot project implementation. Their involvements are summarised below.

Foto

PPCG meeting in Alghero

PPCG meeting in Alghero

PPCG meeting in Sassari

PPCG meeting in Sassari

Tenants Meeting Sassari

Tenants Meeting Sassari

Tenants Meeting Alghero

Tenants Meeting Alghero

National Meeting in Alghero

National Meeting in Alghero

Video

ELIH-Med awareness campaign in Sardinia
ELIH-Med awareness campaign in Sardinia 2
PPCG awareness campaign in Alghero (Sardinia)
2nd PPCG awareness campaign in Alghero (Sardinia)
PPCG awareness campaign in Campanedda (Sardinia)
National Awareness Campaign in Porto Conte_19-12-2013
National Awareness Campaign in Porto conte 3-10-2014


Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities

Frattamaggiore

Stakeholders involvement

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 
 
 
 
For Frattamaggiore pilot project, the tenants were informed and involved through “face to face” meetings. During these meetings, the main objectives, the technical interventions and the energy and economic benefits were presented and explained. The municipality has appointed both internal staff and external, part of PPCG as responsible for contacts with tenants and as promoters of the spread of the awareness campaign.
 
Further, as important stakeholders, two important local institutions, such as the ANEA (Neapolitan Agency for Energy and the Environment) and the ACEN (Association of Builders of Naples and province) were involved in the dissemination of the objectives and results of the pilot project, as well as Administrations of 5 municipalities nearby Frattamaggiore town (Frattaminore , Grumo Nevano, Sant'Arpino, Succivo and Cesa, for a total population of about 94.686 inhabitants); with those lasts Frattamaggiore is going to develop the SEAP (Sustainable Energy Action Plans) funded by the Campania Region Authority.

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
TMG_Agenda and Minutes TMG_Agenda and Minutes (Frattamaggiore).pdf

Foto

Tenant interview

Tenant interview

Conference in ANEA

Conference in ANEA

Video

National Awareness Campaign in Porto Conte_19-12-2013
National Awareness Campaign in Porto conte 3-10-2014


Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Spain

Málaga

Stakeholders involvement

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs. 
 
 
 
In Malaga, TMG and PPCG two groups’ participation was very active, their involvements are summarised below.

  

 

The PPCG is the key tool to engage with the residents where the technical pilot project is taking place. However the PPCG is not only limited to the residents of the Los Limoneros building. Other invited members include representatives from the local Department of Social Services and representatives from the Municipal Housing Institute (IMV).
Before the implementation of the technical measures begins, another meeting will be  held  with the PPCG to explain what will be done and to ensure that the planning of this part of the project is agreed upon (E.g. taking into account local events that may be taking places etc.).
During the investigation that was carried out during the ELIH MED project, various meetings have been carried out with the key actors in the sector in Malaga, Andalusia and Spain including: Andalusia Energy Agency, IDEA, Government of Andalusia, Triodos Bank, Ministry of Public Infrastructure and Housing, Unicaja, ANESE amongst others.
As a result of these meetings and the information gathered during the study, Malaga City Council is currently preparing PREVISMA (Plan for the Energy Refurbishment of Social Housing in Malaga (involving 2.200 dwellings)) in which Malaga City Council plan to implement the mechanisms described above in the refurbishment of the social housing stock that belongs to the Municipal Housing Institute in Malaga (IMV). 

Foto

Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG) meeting

Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG) meeting

Tenant visit

Tenant visit

Video

European Energy Day (Malaga)
Awareness Campaign in Malaga (EN)


Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Valencia

Stakeholders involvement

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited by ELIH-Med project team, in order to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 
 
 
In Valencia, both TMG and PPCG two groups have taken part actively in pilot project implementation. Their involvements are summarised below.

-  Minutes of 1st PPCG organised in Valencia
Minutes of 5th PPCG meeting
-  Minutes of 6th PPCG meeting
-  Minutes of 1st TMG in Valencia
-  Minutes of 3rd TMG meeting

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
PPCG meeting minutes in Valencia Minutes_1PPCG_IVE.pdf
TMG meeting minutes in Valencia 01TMG Minutes_IVE.pdf
2nd PPCG meeting minutes in Valencia Minutes_PPCG2_IVE.pdf
3rd PPCG meeting minutes in Valencia Minutes+List_PPCG3_IVE.pdf
2nd TMC meeting minutes in Valencia Minutes_2TMG_IVE.pdf

Foto

PPCG meeting in Valencia

PPCG meeting in Valencia

TMC meetings in Valencia

TMC meetings in Valencia



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Greece

Komotini

Stakeholders involvement

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in the
  buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 
In line with the ELIH-MED project methodology, the users of the Student residences’ pilot buildings and other interested regional stakeholders were invited to participate in a Pilot Project Collaborative Group (PPCG), so as to actively follow the progress of the pilot project. Users include both the inhabitants of the pilot buildings (students) as well as the administrative and technical personnel responsible for the operation and maintenance of the buildings. An animation team was formed to facilitate the PPCG meetings; the team includes representatives of the 3 Greek partners (CRES, DUTH and REMTH) as well as the manager of the Student residence buildings.
 
A Territorial Management Group (TMG) was also formed, to monitor the pilot project implementation in Greece. In the TMG, representatives of the three Greek ELIH-MED project partners participated, as well as relevant stakeholders /entities involved in the implementation of the project.
The table below summarises the activities carried out by the TMG and PPCG groups in Komotini.

 

 

Foto

TMG meeting

TMG meeting

PPCG meeting in Komotini

PPCG meeting in Komotini

Video



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities

Cyprus

Cyprus

Stakeholders involvement

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.

In Cyprus,  TMG’s activities include:
- the project, assistant on pilot projects selection procedure
- updating for the selected dwellings;
- assistant for the project developer selecting procedures
CEA’s experience shows that it is essential to communicate effectively with owners of pilot dwellings; the activities  includes:
- daily based contact via telephone
- visits for the smart meter installations
- visits for the photovoltaics
- photos and short videos to the owners
- visits for the evaluation of electrical installations
- visits for the collection of data
- visits for retrofit update and programming
- survey
 
  The 1st TMG meeting in Cyprus            
           The 1st TMG meeting in Cyprus                                               Awareness raising event in Cyprus
 
The bilateral meetings between CEA and pilot dwelling owners were organised further, aiming to change energy consumption behavior.

Foto

Visiting pilot building owners – information collecting

Visiting pilot building owners – information collecting

Pilot dwelling owner awareness raising

Pilot dwelling owner awareness raising



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities

Malta

Malta-Gozo

Stakeholders involvement

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and 
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in 
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.

 

 

For implementing ELIH-Med pilot project, different PPCG meetings were organised in Malta.

  

 



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Professionals of the building/energy sectors

France Région Languedoc-Roussillon
France Arles

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 
 
In line with the ELIH-MED project methodology, the tenants of the pilot residence buildings and other interested regional stakeholders, like Manager of the South Arles Agency, were invited to participate in a Pilot Project Collaborative Group (PPCG), so as to actively follow the progress of the pilot project.

The tenants were advised since the beginning of the retrofit. The detail description of the efforts made with the tenants is given in report ‘Préliminaire social – Enquêtes individuelles’ (in French), which includes also the survey questionnaire used and the related feedback of the tenants.
13Habitat experience shows that it is mandatory to make an agreement with the tenants. As an good example, the agreement is downloadable below.
 
About Territorial Management Group (TMG), the French association Bâtiments Durables Mediterranéens” (BDM) (“Sustainable Mediterranean Buildings”) was involved.
BDM was created in May 2008 and labelled Regional Innovation Cluster and Economic Development Solidarity by the PACA Region in July 2008. Their goal is to support owners qualitatively and quantitatively in order develop the demand for sustainable buildings, mainly in PACA. To achieve this goal, they developed a framework of environmental, social and economic Mediterranean criteria called the “building approach BDM".
 
The evaluation of the refurbishment design of the pilot dwellings was made by following BDM approach; 42 has been given as the final evaluation score. The minutes of project valuation meeting and the related BDM certification are downloadable.
 

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Préliminaire social – Enquêtes individuelles Enquete.pdf
Common agreement signed by 13 Habitat with tenants (in French) Collective agreement_Mas Thibert.pdf
Minutes of pilot project valuation meeting 1st TMG meeting_13Habitat.pdf



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities

Italy Genoa

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
 
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in the
  buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is   able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.

The communication and the cooperation between these two stakeholder groups lead to a consolidated financial and technical action plan to be carried out on the pilot site.
For TMG and PPCG, Genoa municipality has carried out:
- writing to the tenants and then met them, and setting the communication campaign;
- meeting with stakeholders to share and implement the project in the private sector;
- “Palazzo Verde": the point of meeting and sharing between the activities of TMG and those of PPCG;
- the awareness campaign: launched through the direct involvement of participants in the TMG and the PPCG.
 
“Palazzo Verde” in Genoa is the centre of a virtual and material network, able to connect and manage the discussion and research around the concept of energy and waste, evaluating the definition, the size of the objective and the subjective dimension of it. It is in close connection with the territory. As a “smart place”, educational and communication activities (workshops for groups, schools, families) on key issues such as energy conservation and the use of alternative energy sources, reduction, prevention and recycling waste are carried out.

The outcomes of GENOA PPCG are:
- Intense discussion between the City Council and tenants.
- Direct communication about the project in all its phases.
- PPCG as an occasion of communication of further needs of the tenants, who found people willing to listen to    them.
- After retrofitting, collection of feedback from the tenants.

 

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
PPCG meeting 1 minutes (Genoa)

PPCG meeting 1 minutes (Genoa)

2012_02_06 PPGC minutes rev.pdf
PPCG meeting 2 minutes (Genoa)

PPCG meeting 2 minutes (Genoa)

2012_09_27 PPGC minutes.pdf
TMG meeting minutes (Genoa)

TMG meeting minutes (Genoa)

TMG Minuta of Genoa 18-4-2013.pdf
Awareness campaign (Genoa)

Awareness campaign (Genoa)

Elih-MED_Palazzo Verde.pdf

Foto

PPCG meeting (Genoa)

PPCG meeting (Genoa)

Genoa poilo LIH tenants

Genoa poilo LIH tenants

Video



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Italy Sassari

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited by ELIH-Med project team to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG), grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 

 
In Sassari, TMG and PPCG two groups have given an important contribution to pilot project implementation. Their involvements are summarised below.

Foto

PPCG meeting in Alghero

PPCG meeting in Alghero

PPCG meeting in Sassari

PPCG meeting in Sassari

Tenants Meeting Sassari

Tenants Meeting Sassari

Tenants Meeting Alghero

Tenants Meeting Alghero

National Meeting in Alghero

National Meeting in Alghero

Video



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities

Italy Frattamaggiore

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 
 
 
 
For Frattamaggiore pilot project, the tenants were informed and involved through “face to face” meetings. During these meetings, the main objectives, the technical interventions and the energy and economic benefits were presented and explained. The municipality has appointed both internal staff and external, part of PPCG as responsible for contacts with tenants and as promoters of the spread of the awareness campaign.
 
Further, as important stakeholders, two important local institutions, such as the ANEA (Neapolitan Agency for Energy and the Environment) and the ACEN (Association of Builders of Naples and province) were involved in the dissemination of the objectives and results of the pilot project, as well as Administrations of 5 municipalities nearby Frattamaggiore town (Frattaminore , Grumo Nevano, Sant'Arpino, Succivo and Cesa, for a total population of about 94.686 inhabitants); with those lasts Frattamaggiore is going to develop the SEAP (Sustainable Energy Action Plans) funded by the Campania Region Authority.

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
TMG_Agenda and Minutes TMG_Agenda and Minutes (Frattamaggiore).pdf

Foto

Tenant interview

Tenant interview

Conference in ANEA

Conference in ANEA

Video



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Spain Málaga

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs. 
 
 
 
In Malaga, TMG and PPCG two groups’ participation was very active, their involvements are summarised below.

  

 

The PPCG is the key tool to engage with the residents where the technical pilot project is taking place. However the PPCG is not only limited to the residents of the Los Limoneros building. Other invited members include representatives from the local Department of Social Services and representatives from the Municipal Housing Institute (IMV).
Before the implementation of the technical measures begins, another meeting will be  held  with the PPCG to explain what will be done and to ensure that the planning of this part of the project is agreed upon (E.g. taking into account local events that may be taking places etc.).
During the investigation that was carried out during the ELIH MED project, various meetings have been carried out with the key actors in the sector in Malaga, Andalusia and Spain including: Andalusia Energy Agency, IDEA, Government of Andalusia, Triodos Bank, Ministry of Public Infrastructure and Housing, Unicaja, ANESE amongst others.
As a result of these meetings and the information gathered during the study, Malaga City Council is currently preparing PREVISMA (Plan for the Energy Refurbishment of Social Housing in Malaga (involving 2.200 dwellings)) in which Malaga City Council plan to implement the mechanisms described above in the refurbishment of the social housing stock that belongs to the Municipal Housing Institute in Malaga (IMV). 

Foto

Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG) meeting

Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG) meeting

Tenant visit

Tenant visit

Video



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Spain Valencia

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited by ELIH-Med project team, in order to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 
 
 
In Valencia, both TMG and PPCG two groups have taken part actively in pilot project implementation. Their involvements are summarised below.

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
PPCG meeting minutes in Valencia Minutes_1PPCG_IVE.pdf
TMG meeting minutes in Valencia 01TMG Minutes_IVE.pdf
2nd PPCG meeting minutes in Valencia Minutes_PPCG2_IVE.pdf
3rd PPCG meeting minutes in Valencia Minutes+List_PPCG3_IVE.pdf
2nd TMC meeting minutes in Valencia Minutes_2TMG_IVE.pdf

Foto

PPCG meeting in Valencia

PPCG meeting in Valencia

TMC meetings in Valencia

TMC meetings in Valencia



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Greece Komotini

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in the
  buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 
In line with the ELIH-MED project methodology, the users of the Student residences’ pilot buildings and other interested regional stakeholders were invited to participate in a Pilot Project Collaborative Group (PPCG), so as to actively follow the progress of the pilot project. Users include both the inhabitants of the pilot buildings (students) as well as the administrative and technical personnel responsible for the operation and maintenance of the buildings. An animation team was formed to facilitate the PPCG meetings; the team includes representatives of the 3 Greek partners (CRES, DUTH and REMTH) as well as the manager of the Student residence buildings.
 
A Territorial Management Group (TMG) was also formed, to monitor the pilot project implementation in Greece. In the TMG, representatives of the three Greek ELIH-MED project partners participated, as well as relevant stakeholders /entities involved in the implementation of the project.
The table below summarises the activities carried out by the TMG and PPCG groups in Komotini.

 

 

Foto

TMG meeting

TMG meeting

PPCG meeting in Komotini

PPCG meeting in Komotini

Video



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities

Cyprus Cyprus

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.

In Cyprus,  TMG’s activities include:
- the project, assistant on pilot projects selection procedure
- updating for the selected dwellings;
- assistant for the project developer selecting procedures
CEA’s experience shows that it is essential to communicate effectively with owners of pilot dwellings; the activities  includes:
- daily based contact via telephone
- visits for the smart meter installations
- visits for the photovoltaics
- photos and short videos to the owners
- visits for the evaluation of electrical installations
- visits for the collection of data
- visits for retrofit update and programming
- survey
 
  The 1st TMG meeting in Cyprus            
           The 1st TMG meeting in Cyprus                                               Awareness raising event in Cyprus
 
The bilateral meetings between CEA and pilot dwelling owners were organised further, aiming to change energy consumption behavior.

Foto

Visiting pilot building owners – information collecting

Visiting pilot building owners – information collecting

Pilot dwelling owner awareness raising

Pilot dwelling owner awareness raising



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities

Malta Malta-Gozo

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and 
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in 
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.

 

 

For implementing ELIH-Med pilot project, different PPCG meetings were organised in Malta.

  

 



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Refurbishment project managers

France Région Languedoc-Roussillon
France Arles

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 
 
In line with the ELIH-MED project methodology, the tenants of the pilot residence buildings and other interested regional stakeholders, like Manager of the South Arles Agency, were invited to participate in a Pilot Project Collaborative Group (PPCG), so as to actively follow the progress of the pilot project.

The tenants were advised since the beginning of the retrofit. The detail description of the efforts made with the tenants is given in report ‘Préliminaire social – Enquêtes individuelles’ (in French), which includes also the survey questionnaire used and the related feedback of the tenants.
13Habitat experience shows that it is mandatory to make an agreement with the tenants. As an good example, the agreement is downloadable below.
 
About Territorial Management Group (TMG), the French association Bâtiments Durables Mediterranéens” (BDM) (“Sustainable Mediterranean Buildings”) was involved.
BDM was created in May 2008 and labelled Regional Innovation Cluster and Economic Development Solidarity by the PACA Region in July 2008. Their goal is to support owners qualitatively and quantitatively in order develop the demand for sustainable buildings, mainly in PACA. To achieve this goal, they developed a framework of environmental, social and economic Mediterranean criteria called the “building approach BDM".
 
The evaluation of the refurbishment design of the pilot dwellings was made by following BDM approach; 42 has been given as the final evaluation score. The minutes of project valuation meeting and the related BDM certification are downloadable.
 

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Préliminaire social – Enquêtes individuelles Enquete.pdf
Common agreement signed by 13 Habitat with tenants (in French) Collective agreement_Mas Thibert.pdf
Minutes of pilot project valuation meeting 1st TMG meeting_13Habitat.pdf



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities

Italy Genoa

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
 
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in the
  buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is   able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.

The communication and the cooperation between these two stakeholder groups lead to a consolidated financial and technical action plan to be carried out on the pilot site.
For TMG and PPCG, Genoa municipality has carried out:
- writing to the tenants and then met them, and setting the communication campaign;
- meeting with stakeholders to share and implement the project in the private sector;
- “Palazzo Verde": the point of meeting and sharing between the activities of TMG and those of PPCG;
- the awareness campaign: launched through the direct involvement of participants in the TMG and the PPCG.
 
“Palazzo Verde” in Genoa is the centre of a virtual and material network, able to connect and manage the discussion and research around the concept of energy and waste, evaluating the definition, the size of the objective and the subjective dimension of it. It is in close connection with the territory. As a “smart place”, educational and communication activities (workshops for groups, schools, families) on key issues such as energy conservation and the use of alternative energy sources, reduction, prevention and recycling waste are carried out.

The outcomes of GENOA PPCG are:
- Intense discussion between the City Council and tenants.
- Direct communication about the project in all its phases.
- PPCG as an occasion of communication of further needs of the tenants, who found people willing to listen to    them.
- After retrofitting, collection of feedback from the tenants.

 

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
PPCG meeting 1 minutes (Genoa)

PPCG meeting 1 minutes (Genoa)

2012_02_06 PPGC minutes rev.pdf
PPCG meeting 2 minutes (Genoa)

PPCG meeting 2 minutes (Genoa)

2012_09_27 PPGC minutes.pdf
TMG meeting minutes (Genoa)

TMG meeting minutes (Genoa)

TMG Minuta of Genoa 18-4-2013.pdf
Awareness campaign (Genoa)

Awareness campaign (Genoa)

Elih-MED_Palazzo Verde.pdf

Foto

PPCG meeting (Genoa)

PPCG meeting (Genoa)

Genoa poilo LIH tenants

Genoa poilo LIH tenants

Video



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Italy Sassari

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited by ELIH-Med project team to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG), grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 

 
In Sassari, TMG and PPCG two groups have given an important contribution to pilot project implementation. Their involvements are summarised below.

Foto

PPCG meeting in Alghero

PPCG meeting in Alghero

PPCG meeting in Sassari

PPCG meeting in Sassari

Tenants Meeting Sassari

Tenants Meeting Sassari

Tenants Meeting Alghero

Tenants Meeting Alghero

National Meeting in Alghero

National Meeting in Alghero

Video



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities

Italy Frattamaggiore

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 
 
 
 
For Frattamaggiore pilot project, the tenants were informed and involved through “face to face” meetings. During these meetings, the main objectives, the technical interventions and the energy and economic benefits were presented and explained. The municipality has appointed both internal staff and external, part of PPCG as responsible for contacts with tenants and as promoters of the spread of the awareness campaign.
 
Further, as important stakeholders, two important local institutions, such as the ANEA (Neapolitan Agency for Energy and the Environment) and the ACEN (Association of Builders of Naples and province) were involved in the dissemination of the objectives and results of the pilot project, as well as Administrations of 5 municipalities nearby Frattamaggiore town (Frattaminore , Grumo Nevano, Sant'Arpino, Succivo and Cesa, for a total population of about 94.686 inhabitants); with those lasts Frattamaggiore is going to develop the SEAP (Sustainable Energy Action Plans) funded by the Campania Region Authority.

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
TMG_Agenda and Minutes TMG_Agenda and Minutes (Frattamaggiore).pdf

Foto

Tenant interview

Tenant interview

Conference in ANEA

Conference in ANEA

Video



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Spain Málaga

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs. 
 
 
 
In Malaga, TMG and PPCG two groups’ participation was very active, their involvements are summarised below.

  

 

The PPCG is the key tool to engage with the residents where the technical pilot project is taking place. However the PPCG is not only limited to the residents of the Los Limoneros building. Other invited members include representatives from the local Department of Social Services and representatives from the Municipal Housing Institute (IMV).
Before the implementation of the technical measures begins, another meeting will be  held  with the PPCG to explain what will be done and to ensure that the planning of this part of the project is agreed upon (E.g. taking into account local events that may be taking places etc.).
During the investigation that was carried out during the ELIH MED project, various meetings have been carried out with the key actors in the sector in Malaga, Andalusia and Spain including: Andalusia Energy Agency, IDEA, Government of Andalusia, Triodos Bank, Ministry of Public Infrastructure and Housing, Unicaja, ANESE amongst others.
As a result of these meetings and the information gathered during the study, Malaga City Council is currently preparing PREVISMA (Plan for the Energy Refurbishment of Social Housing in Malaga (involving 2.200 dwellings)) in which Malaga City Council plan to implement the mechanisms described above in the refurbishment of the social housing stock that belongs to the Municipal Housing Institute in Malaga (IMV). 

Foto

Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG) meeting

Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG) meeting

Tenant visit

Tenant visit

Video



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Spain Valencia

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited by ELIH-Med project team, in order to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 
 
 
In Valencia, both TMG and PPCG two groups have taken part actively in pilot project implementation. Their involvements are summarised below.

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
PPCG meeting minutes in Valencia Minutes_1PPCG_IVE.pdf
TMG meeting minutes in Valencia 01TMG Minutes_IVE.pdf
2nd PPCG meeting minutes in Valencia Minutes_PPCG2_IVE.pdf
3rd PPCG meeting minutes in Valencia Minutes+List_PPCG3_IVE.pdf
2nd TMC meeting minutes in Valencia Minutes_2TMG_IVE.pdf

Foto

PPCG meeting in Valencia

PPCG meeting in Valencia

TMC meetings in Valencia

TMC meetings in Valencia



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Greece Komotini

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in the
  buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 
In line with the ELIH-MED project methodology, the users of the Student residences’ pilot buildings and other interested regional stakeholders were invited to participate in a Pilot Project Collaborative Group (PPCG), so as to actively follow the progress of the pilot project. Users include both the inhabitants of the pilot buildings (students) as well as the administrative and technical personnel responsible for the operation and maintenance of the buildings. An animation team was formed to facilitate the PPCG meetings; the team includes representatives of the 3 Greek partners (CRES, DUTH and REMTH) as well as the manager of the Student residence buildings.
 
A Territorial Management Group (TMG) was also formed, to monitor the pilot project implementation in Greece. In the TMG, representatives of the three Greek ELIH-MED project partners participated, as well as relevant stakeholders /entities involved in the implementation of the project.
The table below summarises the activities carried out by the TMG and PPCG groups in Komotini.

 

 

Foto

TMG meeting

TMG meeting

PPCG meeting in Komotini

PPCG meeting in Komotini

Video



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities

Cyprus Cyprus

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.

In Cyprus,  TMG’s activities include:
- the project, assistant on pilot projects selection procedure
- updating for the selected dwellings;
- assistant for the project developer selecting procedures
CEA’s experience shows that it is essential to communicate effectively with owners of pilot dwellings; the activities  includes:
- daily based contact via telephone
- visits for the smart meter installations
- visits for the photovoltaics
- photos and short videos to the owners
- visits for the evaluation of electrical installations
- visits for the collection of data
- visits for retrofit update and programming
- survey
 
  The 1st TMG meeting in Cyprus            
           The 1st TMG meeting in Cyprus                                               Awareness raising event in Cyprus
 
The bilateral meetings between CEA and pilot dwelling owners were organised further, aiming to change energy consumption behavior.

Foto

Visiting pilot building owners – information collecting

Visiting pilot building owners – information collecting

Pilot dwelling owner awareness raising

Pilot dwelling owner awareness raising



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities

Malta Malta-Gozo

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and 
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in 
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.

 

 

For implementing ELIH-Med pilot project, different PPCG meetings were organised in Malta.

  

 



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Policy makers

France Région Languedoc-Roussillon
Italy Genoa

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
 
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in the
  buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is   able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.

The communication and the cooperation between these two stakeholder groups lead to a consolidated financial and technical action plan to be carried out on the pilot site.
For TMG and PPCG, Genoa municipality has carried out:
- writing to the tenants and then met them, and setting the communication campaign;
- meeting with stakeholders to share and implement the project in the private sector;
- “Palazzo Verde": the point of meeting and sharing between the activities of TMG and those of PPCG;
- the awareness campaign: launched through the direct involvement of participants in the TMG and the PPCG.
 
“Palazzo Verde” in Genoa is the centre of a virtual and material network, able to connect and manage the discussion and research around the concept of energy and waste, evaluating the definition, the size of the objective and the subjective dimension of it. It is in close connection with the territory. As a “smart place”, educational and communication activities (workshops for groups, schools, families) on key issues such as energy conservation and the use of alternative energy sources, reduction, prevention and recycling waste are carried out.

The outcomes of GENOA PPCG are:
- Intense discussion between the City Council and tenants.
- Direct communication about the project in all its phases.
- PPCG as an occasion of communication of further needs of the tenants, who found people willing to listen to    them.
- After retrofitting, collection of feedback from the tenants.

 

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
PPCG meeting 1 minutes (Genoa)

PPCG meeting 1 minutes (Genoa)

2012_02_06 PPGC minutes rev.pdf
PPCG meeting 2 minutes (Genoa)

PPCG meeting 2 minutes (Genoa)

2012_09_27 PPGC minutes.pdf
TMG meeting minutes (Genoa)

TMG meeting minutes (Genoa)

TMG Minuta of Genoa 18-4-2013.pdf
Awareness campaign (Genoa)

Awareness campaign (Genoa)

Elih-MED_Palazzo Verde.pdf

Foto

PPCG meeting (Genoa)

PPCG meeting (Genoa)

Genoa poilo LIH tenants

Genoa poilo LIH tenants

Video



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Italy Frattamaggiore

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 
 
 
 
For Frattamaggiore pilot project, the tenants were informed and involved through “face to face” meetings. During these meetings, the main objectives, the technical interventions and the energy and economic benefits were presented and explained. The municipality has appointed both internal staff and external, part of PPCG as responsible for contacts with tenants and as promoters of the spread of the awareness campaign.
 
Further, as important stakeholders, two important local institutions, such as the ANEA (Neapolitan Agency for Energy and the Environment) and the ACEN (Association of Builders of Naples and province) were involved in the dissemination of the objectives and results of the pilot project, as well as Administrations of 5 municipalities nearby Frattamaggiore town (Frattaminore , Grumo Nevano, Sant'Arpino, Succivo and Cesa, for a total population of about 94.686 inhabitants); with those lasts Frattamaggiore is going to develop the SEAP (Sustainable Energy Action Plans) funded by the Campania Region Authority.

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
TMG_Agenda and Minutes TMG_Agenda and Minutes (Frattamaggiore).pdf

Foto

Tenant interview

Tenant interview

Conference in ANEA

Conference in ANEA

Video



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Spain Málaga

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs. 
 
 
 
In Malaga, TMG and PPCG two groups’ participation was very active, their involvements are summarised below.

  

 

The PPCG is the key tool to engage with the residents where the technical pilot project is taking place. However the PPCG is not only limited to the residents of the Los Limoneros building. Other invited members include representatives from the local Department of Social Services and representatives from the Municipal Housing Institute (IMV).
Before the implementation of the technical measures begins, another meeting will be  held  with the PPCG to explain what will be done and to ensure that the planning of this part of the project is agreed upon (E.g. taking into account local events that may be taking places etc.).
During the investigation that was carried out during the ELIH MED project, various meetings have been carried out with the key actors in the sector in Malaga, Andalusia and Spain including: Andalusia Energy Agency, IDEA, Government of Andalusia, Triodos Bank, Ministry of Public Infrastructure and Housing, Unicaja, ANESE amongst others.
As a result of these meetings and the information gathered during the study, Malaga City Council is currently preparing PREVISMA (Plan for the Energy Refurbishment of Social Housing in Malaga (involving 2.200 dwellings)) in which Malaga City Council plan to implement the mechanisms described above in the refurbishment of the social housing stock that belongs to the Municipal Housing Institute in Malaga (IMV). 

Foto

Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG) meeting

Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG) meeting

Tenant visit

Tenant visit

Video



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Spain Valencia

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited by ELIH-Med project team, in order to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 
 
 
In Valencia, both TMG and PPCG two groups have taken part actively in pilot project implementation. Their involvements are summarised below.

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
PPCG meeting minutes in Valencia Minutes_1PPCG_IVE.pdf
TMG meeting minutes in Valencia 01TMG Minutes_IVE.pdf
2nd PPCG meeting minutes in Valencia Minutes_PPCG2_IVE.pdf
3rd PPCG meeting minutes in Valencia Minutes+List_PPCG3_IVE.pdf
2nd TMC meeting minutes in Valencia Minutes_2TMG_IVE.pdf

Foto

PPCG meeting in Valencia

PPCG meeting in Valencia

TMC meetings in Valencia

TMC meetings in Valencia



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Malta Malta-Gozo

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and 
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in 
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.

 

 

For implementing ELIH-Med pilot project, different PPCG meetings were organised in Malta.

  

 



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Public authorities

Italy Sassari

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited by ELIH-Med project team to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG), grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 

 
In Sassari, TMG and PPCG two groups have given an important contribution to pilot project implementation. Their involvements are summarised below.

Foto

PPCG meeting in Alghero

PPCG meeting in Alghero

PPCG meeting in Sassari

PPCG meeting in Sassari

Tenants Meeting Sassari

Tenants Meeting Sassari

Tenants Meeting Alghero

Tenants Meeting Alghero

National Meeting in Alghero

National Meeting in Alghero

Video



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities

France Arles

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 
 
In line with the ELIH-MED project methodology, the tenants of the pilot residence buildings and other interested regional stakeholders, like Manager of the South Arles Agency, were invited to participate in a Pilot Project Collaborative Group (PPCG), so as to actively follow the progress of the pilot project.

The tenants were advised since the beginning of the retrofit. The detail description of the efforts made with the tenants is given in report ‘Préliminaire social – Enquêtes individuelles’ (in French), which includes also the survey questionnaire used and the related feedback of the tenants.
13Habitat experience shows that it is mandatory to make an agreement with the tenants. As an good example, the agreement is downloadable below.
 
About Territorial Management Group (TMG), the French association Bâtiments Durables Mediterranéens” (BDM) (“Sustainable Mediterranean Buildings”) was involved.
BDM was created in May 2008 and labelled Regional Innovation Cluster and Economic Development Solidarity by the PACA Region in July 2008. Their goal is to support owners qualitatively and quantitatively in order develop the demand for sustainable buildings, mainly in PACA. To achieve this goal, they developed a framework of environmental, social and economic Mediterranean criteria called the “building approach BDM".
 
The evaluation of the refurbishment design of the pilot dwellings was made by following BDM approach; 42 has been given as the final evaluation score. The minutes of project valuation meeting and the related BDM certification are downloadable.
 

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Préliminaire social – Enquêtes individuelles Enquete.pdf
Common agreement signed by 13 Habitat with tenants (in French) Collective agreement_Mas Thibert.pdf
Minutes of pilot project valuation meeting 1st TMG meeting_13Habitat.pdf



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities

Greece Komotini

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in the
  buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.
 
In line with the ELIH-MED project methodology, the users of the Student residences’ pilot buildings and other interested regional stakeholders were invited to participate in a Pilot Project Collaborative Group (PPCG), so as to actively follow the progress of the pilot project. Users include both the inhabitants of the pilot buildings (students) as well as the administrative and technical personnel responsible for the operation and maintenance of the buildings. An animation team was formed to facilitate the PPCG meetings; the team includes representatives of the 3 Greek partners (CRES, DUTH and REMTH) as well as the manager of the Student residence buildings.
 
A Territorial Management Group (TMG) was also formed, to monitor the pilot project implementation in Greece. In the TMG, representatives of the three Greek ELIH-MED project partners participated, as well as relevant stakeholders /entities involved in the implementation of the project.
The table below summarises the activities carried out by the TMG and PPCG groups in Komotini.

 

 

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TMG meeting

TMG meeting

PPCG meeting in Komotini

PPCG meeting in Komotini

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Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities

Cyprus Cyprus

To ensure the success of the pilot projects, a participative process is exploited to involve actively local relevant stakeholders in the large scale pilot experimentation. The two main elements of the participative process are:
- the Territorial Management Group (TMG), composed by local key stakeholders, in charge of analysing innovative financial options and technical solutions, and
  monitoring the implementation of pilot projects.
- the Pilot Project Participative Group (PPCG): grouped by direct/indirect beneficiaries of the pilot projects, expresses the real needs and problems experienced in
  the buildings selected as the pilot projects. The PPCG is able to help the TMG to develop and adjust the pilot project action plan based on the real needs.

In Cyprus,  TMG’s activities include:
- the project, assistant on pilot projects selection procedure
- updating for the selected dwellings;
- assistant for the project developer selecting procedures
CEA’s experience shows that it is essential to communicate effectively with owners of pilot dwellings; the activities  includes:
- daily based contact via telephone
- visits for the smart meter installations
- visits for the photovoltaics
- photos and short videos to the owners
- visits for the evaluation of electrical installations
- visits for the collection of data
- visits for retrofit update and programming
- survey
 
  The 1st TMG meeting in Cyprus            
           The 1st TMG meeting in Cyprus                                               Awareness raising event in Cyprus
 
The bilateral meetings between CEA and pilot dwelling owners were organised further, aiming to change energy consumption behavior.

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Visiting pilot building owners – information collecting

Visiting pilot building owners – information collecting

Pilot dwelling owner awareness raising

Pilot dwelling owner awareness raising



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Refurbishment project managers , Public authorities