Pilot action: Dissemination awareness and national project capitalization


Information dissemination is one of main instruments of ELIH-Med project. This section is dedicated to diffuse all specific information related to public awareness activitiy of ELIH-Med as well as the project achievements; provides additionally other general information on energy efficiency, good practices applicable in low income housing. 
- Videos with subtitles
- Personal visits
- Web sites

View all documents
TitleDescriptionFile
leaflet (coper) of ELIH-Med awareness campaign COPERTINA HELIMED 26 SETTEMBRE_7.pdf
Agenda of the national ELIH-Med promotion conference Locandina_Elihmed_Alghero_2014.pdf
ELIH-Med Awareness Raising-Communication Activity Summary ELIH MED WP2 Summary_web.pdf
IVE Awareness Campaign Plan AWARENESS_CAMPAIGN_IVE.pdf
Energy efficiency of low-income households in Cyprus LIH EE in Cyprus.pdf
ELIH-Med project and net metering of low-income houses in Cyprus (in Greek) ELIHMED- NET Metering.pdf
Interview of CEA staff for promoting ELIH-Med Interview of CEA staff for promoting ELIH-Med.pdf
View all immages
ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: what is ELIH-Med?

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: what is ELIH-Med?

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Before project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Before project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Pilot project in Genoa

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Pilot project in Genoa

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Tenant participation

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Tenant participation

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Energy efficiency measures

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Energy efficiency measures

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: energy diagnosis

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: energy diagnosis

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: after project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: after project

Campanedda workshop

Campanedda workshop

Project dissemination

Project dissemination

National Meeting in Alghero

National Meeting in Alghero

National Meeting Smart City

National Meeting Smart City

Dissemination at national level

Dissemination at national level

Project presentation at local level

Project presentation at local level

Presentation of the call

Presentation of the call

Energy day in Valencia

Energy day in Valencia

Custom audits and awareness campaign

Custom audits and awareness campaign

-	Elih-Med dissemination materials

- Elih-Med dissemination materials

Elih-Med press conference

Elih-Med press conference

-	Elih-Med dissemination through interview

- Elih-Med dissemination through interview

Elih-Med dissemination via Facebook

Elih-Med dissemination via Facebook

Awareness-raising events for users of pilot buildings

Awareness-raising events for users of pilot buildings

Elih-Med dissemination ITF Thrace

Elih-Med dissemination ITF Thrace

Internet dissemination

Internet dissemination

Press conference

Press conference

National capitalisation seminar

National capitalisation seminar

Elih-med capitalisation in Cyprus: SEAPEK conference

Elih-med capitalisation in Cyprus: SEAPEK conference

Elih-Med dissemination in SEAPEK conference

Elih-Med dissemination in SEAPEK conference

Project capitalisation: POEM conference

Project capitalisation: POEM conference

Project promotion materials

Project promotion materials

View all video
ELIH-Med Highlights (English)
Awareness meeting with low income tenants (Genoa)
ELIH-Med pilot project in Genoa
Come migliorare l'efficienza energetica delle abitazioni? (ITA)
How to improve Energy efficiency of LIH? (ENG)
Where energy comes from?
Your Carbon Contribution
Genova 11 November 2011
National Awareness Campaign in Porto Conte_19-12-2013
National Awareness Campaign in Porto conte 3-10-2014
ELIH-Med Highlights (Italian subtitle)
ELIH-Med awareness campaign in Sardinia
ELIH-Med awareness campaign in Sardinia 2
How to improve Energy efficiency of LIH? (ENG)
Comente mezorare s’atoliu de s’energia in sas domos de familias cun pagos introitos?” (Sardo)
Your Carbon Contribution
Genova 11 November 2011
Sardinia pilot project (IT)
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
Frattamaggiore pilot project (IT)
National Awareness Campaign in Porto Conte_19-12-2013
National Awareness Campaign in Porto conte 3-10-2014
Malaga pilot project ‘“Los Limoneros building”
European Energy Day (Malaga)
How to improve Energy efficiency of LIH? (ES)
ELIH-Med 1st International Conference in Malaga
Awareness Campaign in Malaga (EN)
¿Cómo mejorar la eficiencia energética de las viviendas de bajas rentas? (in Spanish)
ELIH-Med Highlights (Spanish sub-title)
Dwelling house visits: awareness raising and data collection 1
Dwelling house visits: awareness raising and data collection 2
Malaga pilot project ‘“Los Limoneros building”
European Energy Day (Malaga)
Awareness Campaign in Malaga (EN)
¿Cómo mejorar la eficiencia energética de las viviendas de bajas rentas? (in Spanish)
Energy saving awareness raising Valencia (ES)
Raising public awareness of energy saving (Valencia, ES)
ELIH MED Valencia Energy Efficiency Pilot project
ELIH-Med Highlights (French subtitle)
Awareness raising in DUTH campus
??? ????? ?? ???????? ??? ?????????? ????????????? ?? ????????? ??????? ???????????; (GR)
Awareness raising in a Greek campus (GR)
Greek pilot project (GR)
ELIH-Med Highlights (Greek subtitle)
??? ????? ?? ???????? ??? ?????????? ????????????? ?? ????????? ??????? ???????????; (GR)
Cyprus pilot project (GR)

Country



Slovenia

Slovenia

Dissemination awareness and national project capitalization

Video

ELIH-Med Highlights (English)


Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Policy makers

Italy

Genoa

Dissemination awareness and national project capitalization

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects

What is capitalisation? 
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level. 
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
 
Awareness raising   
ELIH-Med course has been a journey in stages, such as climbing a stair “step by step” . The project has been developed, by overcoming temporary difficulties and achieving the final goal within the times and with respect to the procedures required.
An informative route goes through all the steps that lead to the mezzanine floor, where the visitor will perceive the ElihMed journey in stages.
In the multimedia stations located inside the city, it is possible, both during the educational workshops and the unguided tour, to participate in a test-quiz and assess your knowledge on the “energy and water savings”, as it has happened during the project for the residents in piazzale Adriatico.
The communication activities has been focused on the following topics:
- the various pilot project interventions in other European Countries
- the ELIH-Med policy aimed at a segment of population living in conditions of poverty or social hardship
- Genoa pilot as a challenge: the involvement of people experiencing hardship it is always an hazard (people complaining may thwart the success of project)
- building energy-savings interventions are critical for LIH (quality of the construction site and management cost)
- the crucial process of involvement of the residents in order to achieve the project objectives
- the opinion of the residents through their pro/con impressions
- the results of the other pilot project and the different interventions made
- the collaboration started (sponsored) and the innovative procedures that has brought more works
- Capitalisation with respect to the issues of the environmental sustainability
 
 The dissemination activities include also:
- Educational laboratories for students: from October 2013 to December 2014
- Educational laboratories for all citizens: from October 2013 to end of 2014
- The XI edition of «Festival della Scienza » took place in Genoa from 23 October to 3 November 2013:   http://www.festivalscienza.eu/site/en/home.html
 

Permanent info point - Palazzo Verde for ELIH-Med dissemination

Palazzo Verde is the centre of a virtual and material ne
twork, 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. An ELIH-Med panel at the entrance of Palazzo Verde introduces visitors to an informative and educational path connected on environmental sustainability.
The detail communication activities made by Genoa City are reported in the document ‘Elih-MED_Palazzo Verde’.

 

Capitalisation 
Capitalisation is a mandatory work package in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.

 

Foto

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: what is ELIH-Med?

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: what is ELIH-Med?

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Before project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Before project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Pilot project in Genoa

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Pilot project in Genoa

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Tenant participation

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Tenant participation

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Energy efficiency measures

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Energy efficiency measures

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: energy diagnosis

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: energy diagnosis

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: after project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: after project

Video

Awareness meeting with low income tenants (Genoa)
ELIH-Med pilot project in Genoa
Come migliorare l'efficienza energetica delle abitazioni? (ITA)
How to improve Energy efficiency of LIH? (ENG)
Where energy comes from?
Your Carbon Contribution
Genova 11 November 2011
National Awareness Campaign in Porto Conte_19-12-2013
National Awareness Campaign in Porto conte 3-10-2014
ELIH-Med Highlights (Italian subtitle)


Target

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

Sassari

Dissemination awareness and national project capitalization

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      
 
What is capitalisation?
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan

Dissemination   

The communication and dissemination of the pilot project are mainly carried out:
- The web site www.sardegnaagricoltura.it
- Participation in many communication meetings and activity
 
In particular:
- the 15 October 2012 Regional Meeting in Oliena on the Governance of the Renewable Energies
- the 20 May 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 6 May 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 6 May 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Campanedda - Sassari
- the 3th June 2013 International Meeting “Smart City” in Cagliari with illustration of the Project ELIHMED
- the 20 - 21 June 2013 in Cagliari: "General Assembly of CMPR ISLAND Commission"
- the 21th June 2013 Meeting of the CPRM Islands Commission in Cagliari, with a session dedicated to the
  Project ELIHMED
- the 2 July 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 2 July 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in campanedda - Sassari
- the 10 July 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 25th September 2013 General Assembly of CPRM in St. Malo
- the 25 September 2013 in S.Malo: "Plenary meeting of the Intermediterranean Commission"
- the 21th October 2013 Meeting in Campanedda (Sassari) with the Regional and Local Stakeholders
- the 29 November 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 19 December 2013 National Meeting in Porto Conte - Alghero: The ELIHMED Project: from a pilot
  action to a system action to achieve the objectives 20- 20-20 of the Region Sardinia"
- the 19 December 2013 National Meeting in Porto Conte - Alghero: The ELIHMED Project: from a pilot
  action to a system action to achieve the objectives 20- 20-20 of the Region Sardinia"
- the presentation of a degree thesis on the Project ELIHMED: “Energy retrofit of rural houses of
  ETFAS compounds”. The work will be published on an international scientific journal
- the 06 May 2014 in Alghero "Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting"
- the 02 July 2014 in Alghero "Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting"
- the 03 October 2014 in Porto Conte  - Alghero Awareness Campaign National meeting "The ELIHMED Project: from a pilot action to a system action to achieve the objectives 20- 20-20 of the Region Sardinia"

 

During the local meeting with the stakeholders the technicians and external experts provide some information and an educational path connected on environmental sustainability, able to connect and manage the discussion and research around the concept of energy efficiency and saving.
These activity is strongly linked to the rural territory in which houses are placed.
ELIH-Med communication activities have been connected with the communication activity of LAORE Sardegna in its communication campaign.
To reach the goal of raise awareness on environmental sustainability, LAORE’s project team involved all possible regional stakeholders.
Many communication activities are held to promote the dissemination of the pilot project: in particular, LAORE Sardegna increased the value of the Sardinian wool, produced with an international patent as biological insulating, used in the new attic insulated.
 
Capitalisation   
Capitalisation is a mandatory work package in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.

 

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
leaflet (coper) of ELIH-Med awareness campaign COPERTINA HELIMED 26 SETTEMBRE_7.pdf
Agenda of the national ELIH-Med promotion conference Locandina_Elihmed_Alghero_2014.pdf

Foto

Campanedda workshop

Campanedda workshop

Project dissemination

Project dissemination

National Meeting in Alghero

National Meeting in Alghero

National Meeting Smart City

National Meeting Smart City

Video

ELIH-Med awareness campaign in Sardinia
ELIH-Med awareness campaign in Sardinia 2
How to improve Energy efficiency of LIH? (ENG)
Comente mezorare s’atoliu de s’energia in sas domos de familias cun pagos introitos?” (Sardo)
Your Carbon Contribution
Genova 11 November 2011
Sardinia pilot project (IT)
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

Dissemination awareness and national project capitalization

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      
 
What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
 
Awareness campaign
The awareness campaign has two different targets: the tenants and the local population and a national audience.
 
Target: Tenants
The awareness campaign towards the tenants has been aimed, on one hand, at sharing the planned interventions and building consensus and, on the other hand, at creating an aware management of the facilities and of the refurbishment works after their implementation.
The tenants has been involved through:
- Surveys
- Direct interviews
- Energy audits
 
Target: Local and National Population
The communication campaign for the dissemination of the project towards local population and a national audience, started in April 2013.
Other tools used for dissemination are:
- You Tube Channel
- Web ADV campaign
- Website, New Media and Social Networks
- Press Office, with the publication and the passage of more than 30 articles and/or services both in local and national newspapers and televisions

Foto

Dissemination at national level

Dissemination at national level

Project presentation at local level

Project presentation at local level

Presentation of the call

Presentation of the call

Video

Frattamaggiore pilot project (IT)
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, Policy makers

Spain

Málaga

Dissemination awareness and national project capitalization

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      

What is capitalisation?  

In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.

ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   

Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been developed for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income.
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood,
- to promote energy refurbishment at building / district scale.
 
Contents of the campaign
What? The campaign aims to raise awareness on how important the need to reduce  energy consumption is in the different city areas. Various activities will be carried out to disseminate the huge potential energy  savings in these households and the benefits from the reduction of these expenses. Through refurbishments in their homes (building and individual levels) and by changing behaviour, the following benefits will be seen:
• Savings (economic)
• Improved comfort levels
• Help reduce damage to the environment
Who? Our target is the middle-lower economic social segment with a medium-low level of education, usually with low incomes and living in publicly subsidised housing. A specific focus on children will also be made during the campaign.
 
How? The campaign has been planned to include a range of different activities with a very clear and specific timetable. An fictitious enemy has been developed that focuses on , personifies and make visible the economic and energy costs that residents face in their homes. “Gaston” (big spender in English) is a villain who sneaks into our homes and make us use more energy. He is a  villain that must be stopped by the whole community.
The campaign will contain several actions. The selected districts are main streets or are located near high density areas.       
 
- Phase 1: Teaser / creating “a buzz”: bringing attention to the danger of Gaston without giving away the objectives of the campaign.
Teaser: Publicity Magnets "Gaston lives here" on letterboxes. "Fighting Gaston“ pavement graffiti, information points and promotional material on main streets, pedestrian areas and in the collective areas of the buildings (More than 100 points identified in total).
 
- Phase 2: Resolution of the teaser: the full campaign message is disseminated, including the key elements on energy awareness and information on grants and financial models to promote energy refurbishment projects.
 Resolution. Promotional publicity on buildings, motorcycles, cars, etc. and informative materials to be distributed directly on the streets covering the full areas, giving particular attention to the high population density ones (More than 100 points identified in total).
 
- Phase 3: Awareness and strengthening messages.
Awareness. Performances with actors, environmental graffiti and information stands, including roll-up and awareness material, magazine; in municipal markets and street market places  (More than 20 points identified in total).
 
All of the activities has been conducted in areas with a lot of passers-by, with the aim to interact directly with people, providing a more durable impact than simple outdoor advertising. All activities will be recorded.

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
ELIH-Med Awareness Raising-Communication Activity Summary ELIH MED WP2 Summary_web.pdf

Video

Malaga pilot project ‘“Los Limoneros building”
European Energy Day (Malaga)
How to improve Energy efficiency of LIH? (ES)
ELIH-Med 1st International Conference in Malaga
Awareness Campaign in Malaga (EN)
¿Cómo mejorar la eficiencia energética de las viviendas de bajas rentas? (in Spanish)
ELIH-Med Highlights (Spanish sub-title)


Target

Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Valencia

Dissemination awareness and national project capitalization

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      
 
What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
 
Awareness campaign
To promote the dissemination of the pilot project, the awareness campaign was carried out by Valencia partner IVE.  The main objective of this campaign was to make the population aware of how important it is to use energy in a responsible way. Another objective was also to achieve a very significant reduction in energy consumption by providing information and support to tenant.
Experiments show that tenants active involvement is a fundamental factor of success, both in the diagnosis phase and during the project development, through presenting the pilot project and the results expected in ELIH MED. 
The target tenants involved in the awareness campaign included:
- those residents who use most electricity and pro-actively make cost-saving changes. In this case, the monitor is an easy interface.
- tenants provided energy bills for the control of the monitorization.
- tenants gave video testimonials about their own experiencie.
- residents would give a contribution to the documentation of project promotion conferences.
- tenants would take part the awareness campaign in the region.
A website has been created by IVE to facilitate the implementation of the awareness campaign.
http://www.five.es/calidadentuvivienda/ahorrar-energia-en-tu-vivienda.
Audit tool: http://www.five.es/encuestas/consumo/index.html <http://www.five.es/encuestas/consumo/index.html>
In this website, there are many energy saving tips for homes available to the public. 
 
An official agreement with more than 40 municipalities was made for the dissemination of the website.
Awareness campaign 'ELIH MED-INFODAYS' was organised jointly with other 2 Municipalities.
The awareness plan adopted by IVE is given below.

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
IVE Awareness Campaign Plan AWARENESS_CAMPAIGN_IVE.pdf

Foto

Energy day in Valencia

Energy day in Valencia

Custom audits and awareness campaign

Custom audits and awareness campaign

Video

Dwelling house visits: awareness raising and data collection 1
Dwelling house visits: awareness raising and data collection 2
Malaga pilot project ‘“Los Limoneros building”
European Energy Day (Malaga)
Awareness Campaign in Malaga (EN)
¿Cómo mejorar la eficiencia energética de las viviendas de bajas rentas? (in Spanish)
Energy saving awareness raising Valencia (ES)
Raising public awareness of energy saving (Valencia, ES)
ELIH MED Valencia Energy Efficiency Pilot project


Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Policy makers

France

Arles

Dissemination awareness and national project capitalization

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      
 
What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been developed for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income.
 
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood, in order to promote energy refurbishment at building/district scale.
 
Contents of the awareness raising campaign
- ELIH-Med dissemination through the national Plan  Renovation Energy ethics and technology.
 
Project Capitalisation
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity of ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation has been planned in a general way as the strategy and the process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Moreover, capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and covers all the initiatives that share some of the topics and objectives of ELIH-Med. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
 

Video



Target

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

Région Languedoc-Roussillon

Dissemination awareness and national project capitalization

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      
 
What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been developed for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income.
 
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood, in order to promote energy refurbishment at building/district scale.
 
Contents of the awareness raising campaign
- ELIH-Med dissemination through the national Plan  Renovation Energy ethics and technology.
 
Project Capitalisation
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity of ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation has been planned in a general way as the strategy and the process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Moreover, capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and covers all the initiatives that share some of the topics and objectives of ELIH-Med. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Policy makers

Greece

Komotini

Dissemination awareness and national project capitalization

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      

What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-Med scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on the ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been developed for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income housing occupants.
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood, in order to
  promote energy refurbishment at building / district scale.

 

 Contents of the awareness raising campaignfor the Greek pilot project 
- Press conferences
- Press releases to local media (TV, radio, newspapers) and nationwide portals
- Dedicated Facebook page for the Greek pilot project
- Technical seminar for building industry professionals, dissemination of project information material (e.g.
   leaflets on available financing mechanisms)
- Participation in relevant exhibitions and dissemination of project material (e.g. ITF Thrace, Building Green
   Expo)
- Awareness-raising events for the users of the pilot buildings (e.g. students’ site visit to the pilot project and
   update on the works progress, interactive games, volunteering days etc.)
- Dissemination of project information and promotional material during the above events (e.g. leaflets on
   energy-saving tips, hats, t-shirts etc.)
- Street Action in the central square of Komotini, to inform the general public on the ELIH-Med project activities and
   raise awareness on energy efficiency at home.
 
 Project Capitalisation 
The capitalisation activities carried out by Greek project team include:
- Organisation of a national capitalisation seminar, with participation of the Greek partners of strategic MED projects
  MARIE and PROFORBIOMED.
- Press conferences with a wide coverage by local newspapers, TV channels, radio stations
- Press releases to local media and nationwide portals
- Widespread Internet dissemination
- Paper submission and presentation of the ELIH-Med project activities and the Greek pilot project, in the 10th Greek
  annual RES conference
- Participation to the national annual MED programme event and presentation of the ELIH-Med activities and outcomes
- Organisation of a national ELIH-Med closing event, aiming at the dissemination and capitalisation of the project
  outcomes, to local/national authorities and the building industry professionals active in the field of energy-efficiency
  and sustainability

Foto

-	Elih-Med dissemination materials

- Elih-Med dissemination materials

Elih-Med press conference

Elih-Med press conference

-	Elih-Med dissemination through interview

- Elih-Med dissemination through interview

Elih-Med dissemination via Facebook

Elih-Med dissemination via Facebook

Awareness-raising events for users of pilot buildings

Awareness-raising events for users of pilot buildings

Elih-Med dissemination ITF Thrace

Elih-Med dissemination ITF Thrace

Internet dissemination

Internet dissemination

Press conference

Press conference

National capitalisation seminar

National capitalisation seminar

Video



Target

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

Cyprus

Cyprus

Dissemination awareness and national project capitalization

Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been carried out for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income.
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood, in order to promote energy refurbishment at building/district scale.
 
Contents of the awareness raising campaign
-  Participating or organising conferences and study visit:
o inform the general public about the ELIH MED project and the start of the pilot project
o raise public awareness on energy savings and energy efficiency at home
-  Press conference
-  interview/announcement through local media (TV, radio, newspapers)  
-  Publishing scientific paper 
 
Promotion of ELIH-Med project in Renewable energy international conference organised in Cyprus
 
 
Project Capitalisation
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity of ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation has been planned in a general way as the strategy and the process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Moreover, capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and covers all the initiatives that share some of the topics and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
The project national capitalisation activities carried out by Cyprus project team include:
- Participation of the national sectoral conferences to exchange ELIH-Med project experiences with other projects
- Press conference with a wide coverage by local newspapers, TV channels, radio stations
- Widespread Internet dissemination

 

 

 

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Energy efficiency of low-income households in Cyprus LIH EE in Cyprus.pdf
ELIH-Med project and net metering of low-income houses in Cyprus (in Greek) ELIHMED- NET Metering.pdf
Interview of CEA staff for promoting ELIH-Med Interview of CEA staff for promoting ELIH-Med.pdf

Foto

Elih-med capitalisation in Cyprus: SEAPEK conference

Elih-med capitalisation in Cyprus: SEAPEK conference

Elih-Med dissemination in SEAPEK conference

Elih-Med dissemination in SEAPEK conference

Project capitalisation: POEM conference

Project capitalisation: POEM conference

Project promotion materials

Project promotion materials

Video



Target

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

Malta

Malta-Gozo

Dissemination awareness and national project capitalization

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      

What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-Med scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on the ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
 
Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been developed for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income housing occupants.
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood, in order to 
  promote energy refurbishment at building / district scale.

 



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Policy makers

Professionals of the building/energy sectors

Slovenia Slovenia
Italy Genoa

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects

What is capitalisation? 
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level. 
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
 
Awareness raising   
ELIH-Med course has been a journey in stages, such as climbing a stair “step by step” . The project has been developed, by overcoming temporary difficulties and achieving the final goal within the times and with respect to the procedures required.
An informative route goes through all the steps that lead to the mezzanine floor, where the visitor will perceive the ElihMed journey in stages.
In the multimedia stations located inside the city, it is possible, both during the educational workshops and the unguided tour, to participate in a test-quiz and assess your knowledge on the “energy and water savings”, as it has happened during the project for the residents in piazzale Adriatico.
The communication activities has been focused on the following topics:
- the various pilot project interventions in other European Countries
- the ELIH-Med policy aimed at a segment of population living in conditions of poverty or social hardship
- Genoa pilot as a challenge: the involvement of people experiencing hardship it is always an hazard (people complaining may thwart the success of project)
- building energy-savings interventions are critical for LIH (quality of the construction site and management cost)
- the crucial process of involvement of the residents in order to achieve the project objectives
- the opinion of the residents through their pro/con impressions
- the results of the other pilot project and the different interventions made
- the collaboration started (sponsored) and the innovative procedures that has brought more works
- Capitalisation with respect to the issues of the environmental sustainability
 
 The dissemination activities include also:
- Educational laboratories for students: from October 2013 to December 2014
- Educational laboratories for all citizens: from October 2013 to end of 2014
- The XI edition of «Festival della Scienza » took place in Genoa from 23 October to 3 November 2013:   http://www.festivalscienza.eu/site/en/home.html
 

Permanent info point - Palazzo Verde for ELIH-Med dissemination

Palazzo Verde is the centre of a virtual and material ne
twork, 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. An ELIH-Med panel at the entrance of Palazzo Verde introduces visitors to an informative and educational path connected on environmental sustainability.
The detail communication activities made by Genoa City are reported in the document ‘Elih-MED_Palazzo Verde’.

 

Capitalisation 
Capitalisation is a mandatory work package in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.

 

Foto

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: what is ELIH-Med?

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: what is ELIH-Med?

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Before project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Before project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Pilot project in Genoa

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Pilot project in Genoa

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Tenant participation

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Tenant participation

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Energy efficiency measures

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Energy efficiency measures

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: energy diagnosis

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: energy diagnosis

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: after project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: after project

Video



Target

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

Italy Sassari

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      
 
What is capitalisation?
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan

Dissemination   

The communication and dissemination of the pilot project are mainly carried out:
- Participation in many communication meetings and activity
 
In particular:
- the 15 October 2012 Regional Meeting in Oliena on the Governance of the Renewable Energies
- the 20 May 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 6 May 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 6 May 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Campanedda - Sassari
- the 3th June 2013 International Meeting “Smart City” in Cagliari with illustration of the Project ELIHMED
- the 20 - 21 June 2013 in Cagliari: "General Assembly of CMPR ISLAND Commission"
- the 21th June 2013 Meeting of the CPRM Islands Commission in Cagliari, with a session dedicated to the
  Project ELIHMED
- the 2 July 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 2 July 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in campanedda - Sassari
- the 10 July 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 25th September 2013 General Assembly of CPRM in St. Malo
- the 25 September 2013 in S.Malo: "Plenary meeting of the Intermediterranean Commission"
- the 21th October 2013 Meeting in Campanedda (Sassari) with the Regional and Local Stakeholders
- the 29 November 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 19 December 2013 National Meeting in Porto Conte - Alghero: The ELIHMED Project: from a pilot
  action to a system action to achieve the objectives 20- 20-20 of the Region Sardinia"
- the 19 December 2013 National Meeting in Porto Conte - Alghero: The ELIHMED Project: from a pilot
  action to a system action to achieve the objectives 20- 20-20 of the Region Sardinia"
- the presentation of a degree thesis on the Project ELIHMED: “Energy retrofit of rural houses of
  ETFAS compounds”. The work will be published on an international scientific journal
- the 06 May 2014 in Alghero "Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting"
- the 02 July 2014 in Alghero "Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting"
- the 03 October 2014 in Porto Conte  - Alghero Awareness Campaign National meeting "The ELIHMED Project: from a pilot action to a system action to achieve the objectives 20- 20-20 of the Region Sardinia"

 

During the local meeting with the stakeholders the technicians and external experts provide some information and an educational path connected on environmental sustainability, able to connect and manage the discussion and research around the concept of energy efficiency and saving.
These activity is strongly linked to the rural territory in which houses are placed.
ELIH-Med communication activities have been connected with the communication activity of LAORE Sardegna in its communication campaign.
To reach the goal of raise awareness on environmental sustainability, LAORE’s project team involved all possible regional stakeholders.
Many communication activities are held to promote the dissemination of the pilot project: in particular, LAORE Sardegna increased the value of the Sardinian wool, produced with an international patent as biological insulating, used in the new attic insulated.
 
Capitalisation   
Capitalisation is a mandatory work package in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.

 

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
leaflet (coper) of ELIH-Med awareness campaign COPERTINA HELIMED 26 SETTEMBRE_7.pdf
Agenda of the national ELIH-Med promotion conference Locandina_Elihmed_Alghero_2014.pdf

Foto

Campanedda workshop

Campanedda workshop

Project dissemination

Project dissemination

National Meeting in Alghero

National Meeting in Alghero

National Meeting Smart City

National Meeting Smart City

Video



Target

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

Italy Frattamaggiore

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      
 
What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
 
Awareness campaign
The awareness campaign has two different targets: the tenants and the local population and a national audience.
 
Target: Tenants
The awareness campaign towards the tenants has been aimed, on one hand, at sharing the planned interventions and building consensus and, on the other hand, at creating an aware management of the facilities and of the refurbishment works after their implementation.
The tenants has been involved through:
- Surveys
- Direct interviews
- Energy audits
 
Target: Local and National Population
The communication campaign for the dissemination of the project towards local population and a national audience, started in April 2013.
Other tools used for dissemination are:
- You Tube Channel
- Web ADV campaign
- Website, New Media and Social Networks
- Press Office, with the publication and the passage of more than 30 articles and/or services both in local and national newspapers and televisions

Foto

Dissemination at national level

Dissemination at national level

Project presentation at local level

Project presentation at local level

Presentation of the call

Presentation of the call

Video



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Policy makers

Spain Valencia

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      
 
What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
 
Awareness campaign
To promote the dissemination of the pilot project, the awareness campaign was carried out by Valencia partner IVE.  The main objective of this campaign was to make the population aware of how important it is to use energy in a responsible way. Another objective was also to achieve a very significant reduction in energy consumption by providing information and support to tenant.
Experiments show that tenants active involvement is a fundamental factor of success, both in the diagnosis phase and during the project development, through presenting the pilot project and the results expected in ELIH MED. 
The target tenants involved in the awareness campaign included:
- those residents who use most electricity and pro-actively make cost-saving changes. In this case, the monitor is an easy interface.
- tenants provided energy bills for the control of the monitorization.
- tenants gave video testimonials about their own experiencie.
- residents would give a contribution to the documentation of project promotion conferences.
- tenants would take part the awareness campaign in the region.
A website has been created by IVE to facilitate the implementation of the awareness campaign.
In this website, there are many energy saving tips for homes available to the public. 
 
An official agreement with more than 40 municipalities was made for the dissemination of the website.
Awareness campaign 'ELIH MED-INFODAYS' was organised jointly with other 2 Municipalities.
The awareness plan adopted by IVE is given below.

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
IVE Awareness Campaign Plan AWARENESS_CAMPAIGN_IVE.pdf

Foto

Energy day in Valencia

Energy day in Valencia

Custom audits and awareness campaign

Custom audits and awareness campaign

Video



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Policy makers

France Arles

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      
 
What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been developed for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income.
 
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood, in order to promote energy refurbishment at building/district scale.
 
Contents of the awareness raising campaign
- ELIH-Med dissemination through the national Plan  Renovation Energy ethics and technology.
 
Project Capitalisation
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity of ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation has been planned in a general way as the strategy and the process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Moreover, capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and covers all the initiatives that share some of the topics and objectives of ELIH-Med. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
 

Video



Target

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

France Région Languedoc-Roussillon

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      
 
What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been developed for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income.
 
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood, in order to promote energy refurbishment at building/district scale.
 
Contents of the awareness raising campaign
- ELIH-Med dissemination through the national Plan  Renovation Energy ethics and technology.
 
Project Capitalisation
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity of ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation has been planned in a general way as the strategy and the process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Moreover, capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and covers all the initiatives that share some of the topics and objectives of ELIH-Med. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Policy makers

Greece Komotini

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      

What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-Med scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on the ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been developed for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income housing occupants.
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood, in order to
  promote energy refurbishment at building / district scale.

 

 Contents of the awareness raising campaignfor the Greek pilot project 
- Press conferences
- Press releases to local media (TV, radio, newspapers) and nationwide portals
- Dedicated Facebook page for the Greek pilot project
- Technical seminar for building industry professionals, dissemination of project information material (e.g.
   leaflets on available financing mechanisms)
- Participation in relevant exhibitions and dissemination of project material (e.g. ITF Thrace, Building Green
   Expo)
- Awareness-raising events for the users of the pilot buildings (e.g. students’ site visit to the pilot project and
   update on the works progress, interactive games, volunteering days etc.)
- Dissemination of project information and promotional material during the above events (e.g. leaflets on
   energy-saving tips, hats, t-shirts etc.)
- Street Action in the central square of Komotini, to inform the general public on the ELIH-Med project activities and
   raise awareness on energy efficiency at home.
 
 Project Capitalisation 
The capitalisation activities carried out by Greek project team include:
- Organisation of a national capitalisation seminar, with participation of the Greek partners of strategic MED projects
  MARIE and PROFORBIOMED.
- Press conferences with a wide coverage by local newspapers, TV channels, radio stations
- Press releases to local media and nationwide portals
- Widespread Internet dissemination
- Paper submission and presentation of the ELIH-Med project activities and the Greek pilot project, in the 10th Greek
  annual RES conference
- Participation to the national annual MED programme event and presentation of the ELIH-Med activities and outcomes
- Organisation of a national ELIH-Med closing event, aiming at the dissemination and capitalisation of the project
  outcomes, to local/national authorities and the building industry professionals active in the field of energy-efficiency
  and sustainability

Foto

-	Elih-Med dissemination materials

- Elih-Med dissemination materials

Elih-Med press conference

Elih-Med press conference

-	Elih-Med dissemination through interview

- Elih-Med dissemination through interview

Elih-Med dissemination via Facebook

Elih-Med dissemination via Facebook

Awareness-raising events for users of pilot buildings

Awareness-raising events for users of pilot buildings

Elih-Med dissemination ITF Thrace

Elih-Med dissemination ITF Thrace

Internet dissemination

Internet dissemination

Press conference

Press conference

National capitalisation seminar

National capitalisation seminar

Video



Target

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

Cyprus Cyprus

Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been carried out for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income.
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood, in order to promote energy refurbishment at building/district scale.
 
Contents of the awareness raising campaign
-  Participating or organising conferences and study visit:
o inform the general public about the ELIH MED project and the start of the pilot project
o raise public awareness on energy savings and energy efficiency at home
-  Press conference
-  interview/announcement through local media (TV, radio, newspapers)  
-  Publishing scientific paper 
 
Promotion of ELIH-Med project in Renewable energy international conference organised in Cyprus
 
 
Project Capitalisation
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity of ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation has been planned in a general way as the strategy and the process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Moreover, capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and covers all the initiatives that share some of the topics and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
The project national capitalisation activities carried out by Cyprus project team include:
- Participation of the national sectoral conferences to exchange ELIH-Med project experiences with other projects
- Press conference with a wide coverage by local newspapers, TV channels, radio stations
- Widespread Internet dissemination

 

 

 

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Energy efficiency of low-income households in Cyprus LIH EE in Cyprus.pdf
ELIH-Med project and net metering of low-income houses in Cyprus (in Greek) ELIHMED- NET Metering.pdf
Interview of CEA staff for promoting ELIH-Med Interview of CEA staff for promoting ELIH-Med.pdf

Foto

Elih-med capitalisation in Cyprus: SEAPEK conference

Elih-med capitalisation in Cyprus: SEAPEK conference

Elih-Med dissemination in SEAPEK conference

Elih-Med dissemination in SEAPEK conference

Project capitalisation: POEM conference

Project capitalisation: POEM conference

Project promotion materials

Project promotion materials

Video



Target

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

Malta Malta-Gozo

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      

What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-Med scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on the ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
 
Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been developed for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income housing occupants.
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood, in order to 
  promote energy refurbishment at building / district scale.

 



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Policy makers

Policy makers

Slovenia Slovenia
Italy Genoa

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects

What is capitalisation? 
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level. 
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
 
Awareness raising   
ELIH-Med course has been a journey in stages, such as climbing a stair “step by step” . The project has been developed, by overcoming temporary difficulties and achieving the final goal within the times and with respect to the procedures required.
An informative route goes through all the steps that lead to the mezzanine floor, where the visitor will perceive the ElihMed journey in stages.
In the multimedia stations located inside the city, it is possible, both during the educational workshops and the unguided tour, to participate in a test-quiz and assess your knowledge on the “energy and water savings”, as it has happened during the project for the residents in piazzale Adriatico.
The communication activities has been focused on the following topics:
- the various pilot project interventions in other European Countries
- the ELIH-Med policy aimed at a segment of population living in conditions of poverty or social hardship
- Genoa pilot as a challenge: the involvement of people experiencing hardship it is always an hazard (people complaining may thwart the success of project)
- building energy-savings interventions are critical for LIH (quality of the construction site and management cost)
- the crucial process of involvement of the residents in order to achieve the project objectives
- the opinion of the residents through their pro/con impressions
- the results of the other pilot project and the different interventions made
- the collaboration started (sponsored) and the innovative procedures that has brought more works
- Capitalisation with respect to the issues of the environmental sustainability
 
 The dissemination activities include also:
- Educational laboratories for students: from October 2013 to December 2014
- Educational laboratories for all citizens: from October 2013 to end of 2014
- The XI edition of «Festival della Scienza » took place in Genoa from 23 October to 3 November 2013:   http://www.festivalscienza.eu/site/en/home.html
 

Permanent info point - Palazzo Verde for ELIH-Med dissemination

Palazzo Verde is the centre of a virtual and material ne
twork, 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. An ELIH-Med panel at the entrance of Palazzo Verde introduces visitors to an informative and educational path connected on environmental sustainability.
The detail communication activities made by Genoa City are reported in the document ‘Elih-MED_Palazzo Verde’.

 

Capitalisation 
Capitalisation is a mandatory work package in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.

 

Foto

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: what is ELIH-Med?

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: what is ELIH-Med?

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Before project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Before project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Pilot project in Genoa

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Pilot project in Genoa

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Tenant participation

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Tenant participation

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Energy efficiency measures

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Energy efficiency measures

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: energy diagnosis

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: energy diagnosis

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: after project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: after project

Video



Target

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

Italy Frattamaggiore

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      
 
What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
 
Awareness campaign
The awareness campaign has two different targets: the tenants and the local population and a national audience.
 
Target: Tenants
The awareness campaign towards the tenants has been aimed, on one hand, at sharing the planned interventions and building consensus and, on the other hand, at creating an aware management of the facilities and of the refurbishment works after their implementation.
The tenants has been involved through:
- Surveys
- Direct interviews
- Energy audits
 
Target: Local and National Population
The communication campaign for the dissemination of the project towards local population and a national audience, started in April 2013.
Other tools used for dissemination are:
- You Tube Channel
- Web ADV campaign
- Website, New Media and Social Networks
- Press Office, with the publication and the passage of more than 30 articles and/or services both in local and national newspapers and televisions

Foto

Dissemination at national level

Dissemination at national level

Project presentation at local level

Project presentation at local level

Presentation of the call

Presentation of the call

Video



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Policy makers

Spain Málaga

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      

What is capitalisation?  

In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.

ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   

Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been developed for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income.
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood,
- to promote energy refurbishment at building / district scale.
 
Contents of the campaign
What? The campaign aims to raise awareness on how important the need to reduce  energy consumption is in the different city areas. Various activities will be carried out to disseminate the huge potential energy  savings in these households and the benefits from the reduction of these expenses. Through refurbishments in their homes (building and individual levels) and by changing behaviour, the following benefits will be seen:
• Savings (economic)
• Improved comfort levels
• Help reduce damage to the environment
Who? Our target is the middle-lower economic social segment with a medium-low level of education, usually with low incomes and living in publicly subsidised housing. A specific focus on children will also be made during the campaign.
 
How? The campaign has been planned to include a range of different activities with a very clear and specific timetable. An fictitious enemy has been developed that focuses on , personifies and make visible the economic and energy costs that residents face in their homes. “Gaston” (big spender in English) is a villain who sneaks into our homes and make us use more energy. He is a  villain that must be stopped by the whole community.
The campaign will contain several actions. The selected districts are main streets or are located near high density areas.       
 
- Phase 1: Teaser / creating “a buzz”: bringing attention to the danger of Gaston without giving away the objectives of the campaign.
Teaser: Publicity Magnets "Gaston lives here" on letterboxes. "Fighting Gaston“ pavement graffiti, information points and promotional material on main streets, pedestrian areas and in the collective areas of the buildings (More than 100 points identified in total).
 
- Phase 2: Resolution of the teaser: the full campaign message is disseminated, including the key elements on energy awareness and information on grants and financial models to promote energy refurbishment projects.
 Resolution. Promotional publicity on buildings, motorcycles, cars, etc. and informative materials to be distributed directly on the streets covering the full areas, giving particular attention to the high population density ones (More than 100 points identified in total).
 
- Phase 3: Awareness and strengthening messages.
Awareness. Performances with actors, environmental graffiti and information stands, including roll-up and awareness material, magazine; in municipal markets and street market places  (More than 20 points identified in total).
 
All of the activities has been conducted in areas with a lot of passers-by, with the aim to interact directly with people, providing a more durable impact than simple outdoor advertising. All activities will be recorded.

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
ELIH-Med Awareness Raising-Communication Activity Summary ELIH MED WP2 Summary_web.pdf

Video



Target

Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

Spain Valencia

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      
 
What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
 
Awareness campaign
To promote the dissemination of the pilot project, the awareness campaign was carried out by Valencia partner IVE.  The main objective of this campaign was to make the population aware of how important it is to use energy in a responsible way. Another objective was also to achieve a very significant reduction in energy consumption by providing information and support to tenant.
Experiments show that tenants active involvement is a fundamental factor of success, both in the diagnosis phase and during the project development, through presenting the pilot project and the results expected in ELIH MED. 
The target tenants involved in the awareness campaign included:
- those residents who use most electricity and pro-actively make cost-saving changes. In this case, the monitor is an easy interface.
- tenants provided energy bills for the control of the monitorization.
- tenants gave video testimonials about their own experiencie.
- residents would give a contribution to the documentation of project promotion conferences.
- tenants would take part the awareness campaign in the region.
A website has been created by IVE to facilitate the implementation of the awareness campaign.
In this website, there are many energy saving tips for homes available to the public. 
 
An official agreement with more than 40 municipalities was made for the dissemination of the website.
Awareness campaign 'ELIH MED-INFODAYS' was organised jointly with other 2 Municipalities.
The awareness plan adopted by IVE is given below.

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
IVE Awareness Campaign Plan AWARENESS_CAMPAIGN_IVE.pdf

Foto

Energy day in Valencia

Energy day in Valencia

Custom audits and awareness campaign

Custom audits and awareness campaign

Video



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Policy makers

France Arles

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      
 
What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been developed for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income.
 
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood, in order to promote energy refurbishment at building/district scale.
 
Contents of the awareness raising campaign
- ELIH-Med dissemination through the national Plan  Renovation Energy ethics and technology.
 
Project Capitalisation
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity of ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation has been planned in a general way as the strategy and the process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Moreover, capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and covers all the initiatives that share some of the topics and objectives of ELIH-Med. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
 

Video



Target

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

France Région Languedoc-Roussillon

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      
 
What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been developed for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income.
 
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood, in order to promote energy refurbishment at building/district scale.
 
Contents of the awareness raising campaign
- ELIH-Med dissemination through the national Plan  Renovation Energy ethics and technology.
 
Project Capitalisation
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity of ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation has been planned in a general way as the strategy and the process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Moreover, capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and covers all the initiatives that share some of the topics and objectives of ELIH-Med. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Policy makers

Greece Komotini

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      

What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-Med scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on the ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been developed for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income housing occupants.
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood, in order to
  promote energy refurbishment at building / district scale.

 

 Contents of the awareness raising campaignfor the Greek pilot project 
- Press conferences
- Press releases to local media (TV, radio, newspapers) and nationwide portals
- Dedicated Facebook page for the Greek pilot project
- Technical seminar for building industry professionals, dissemination of project information material (e.g.
   leaflets on available financing mechanisms)
- Participation in relevant exhibitions and dissemination of project material (e.g. ITF Thrace, Building Green
   Expo)
- Awareness-raising events for the users of the pilot buildings (e.g. students’ site visit to the pilot project and
   update on the works progress, interactive games, volunteering days etc.)
- Dissemination of project information and promotional material during the above events (e.g. leaflets on
   energy-saving tips, hats, t-shirts etc.)
- Street Action in the central square of Komotini, to inform the general public on the ELIH-Med project activities and
   raise awareness on energy efficiency at home.
 
 Project Capitalisation 
The capitalisation activities carried out by Greek project team include:
- Organisation of a national capitalisation seminar, with participation of the Greek partners of strategic MED projects
  MARIE and PROFORBIOMED.
- Press conferences with a wide coverage by local newspapers, TV channels, radio stations
- Press releases to local media and nationwide portals
- Widespread Internet dissemination
- Paper submission and presentation of the ELIH-Med project activities and the Greek pilot project, in the 10th Greek
  annual RES conference
- Participation to the national annual MED programme event and presentation of the ELIH-Med activities and outcomes
- Organisation of a national ELIH-Med closing event, aiming at the dissemination and capitalisation of the project
  outcomes, to local/national authorities and the building industry professionals active in the field of energy-efficiency
  and sustainability

Foto

-	Elih-Med dissemination materials

- Elih-Med dissemination materials

Elih-Med press conference

Elih-Med press conference

-	Elih-Med dissemination through interview

- Elih-Med dissemination through interview

Elih-Med dissemination via Facebook

Elih-Med dissemination via Facebook

Awareness-raising events for users of pilot buildings

Awareness-raising events for users of pilot buildings

Elih-Med dissemination ITF Thrace

Elih-Med dissemination ITF Thrace

Internet dissemination

Internet dissemination

Press conference

Press conference

National capitalisation seminar

National capitalisation seminar

Video



Target

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

Malta Malta-Gozo

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      

What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-Med scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on the ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
 
Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been developed for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income housing occupants.
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood, in order to 
  promote energy refurbishment at building / district scale.

 



Target

Professionals of the building/energy sectors, Policy makers

Refurbishment project managers

Italy Genoa

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects

What is capitalisation? 
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level. 
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
 
Awareness raising   
ELIH-Med course has been a journey in stages, such as climbing a stair “step by step” . The project has been developed, by overcoming temporary difficulties and achieving the final goal within the times and with respect to the procedures required.
An informative route goes through all the steps that lead to the mezzanine floor, where the visitor will perceive the ElihMed journey in stages.
In the multimedia stations located inside the city, it is possible, both during the educational workshops and the unguided tour, to participate in a test-quiz and assess your knowledge on the “energy and water savings”, as it has happened during the project for the residents in piazzale Adriatico.
The communication activities has been focused on the following topics:
- the various pilot project interventions in other European Countries
- the ELIH-Med policy aimed at a segment of population living in conditions of poverty or social hardship
- Genoa pilot as a challenge: the involvement of people experiencing hardship it is always an hazard (people complaining may thwart the success of project)
- building energy-savings interventions are critical for LIH (quality of the construction site and management cost)
- the crucial process of involvement of the residents in order to achieve the project objectives
- the opinion of the residents through their pro/con impressions
- the results of the other pilot project and the different interventions made
- the collaboration started (sponsored) and the innovative procedures that has brought more works
- Capitalisation with respect to the issues of the environmental sustainability
 
 The dissemination activities include also:
- Educational laboratories for students: from October 2013 to December 2014
- Educational laboratories for all citizens: from October 2013 to end of 2014
- The XI edition of «Festival della Scienza » took place in Genoa from 23 October to 3 November 2013:   http://www.festivalscienza.eu/site/en/home.html
 

Permanent info point - Palazzo Verde for ELIH-Med dissemination

Palazzo Verde is the centre of a virtual and material ne
twork, 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. An ELIH-Med panel at the entrance of Palazzo Verde introduces visitors to an informative and educational path connected on environmental sustainability.
The detail communication activities made by Genoa City are reported in the document ‘Elih-MED_Palazzo Verde’.

 

Capitalisation 
Capitalisation is a mandatory work package in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.

 

Foto

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: what is ELIH-Med?

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: what is ELIH-Med?

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Before project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Before project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Pilot project in Genoa

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Pilot project in Genoa

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Tenant participation

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Tenant participation

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Energy efficiency measures

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Energy efficiency measures

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: energy diagnosis

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: energy diagnosis

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: after project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: after project

Video



Target

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

Italy Sassari

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      
 
What is capitalisation?
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan

Dissemination   

The communication and dissemination of the pilot project are mainly carried out:
- Participation in many communication meetings and activity
 
In particular:
- the 15 October 2012 Regional Meeting in Oliena on the Governance of the Renewable Energies
- the 20 May 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 6 May 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 6 May 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Campanedda - Sassari
- the 3th June 2013 International Meeting “Smart City” in Cagliari with illustration of the Project ELIHMED
- the 20 - 21 June 2013 in Cagliari: "General Assembly of CMPR ISLAND Commission"
- the 21th June 2013 Meeting of the CPRM Islands Commission in Cagliari, with a session dedicated to the
  Project ELIHMED
- the 2 July 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 2 July 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in campanedda - Sassari
- the 10 July 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 25th September 2013 General Assembly of CPRM in St. Malo
- the 25 September 2013 in S.Malo: "Plenary meeting of the Intermediterranean Commission"
- the 21th October 2013 Meeting in Campanedda (Sassari) with the Regional and Local Stakeholders
- the 29 November 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 19 December 2013 National Meeting in Porto Conte - Alghero: The ELIHMED Project: from a pilot
  action to a system action to achieve the objectives 20- 20-20 of the Region Sardinia"
- the 19 December 2013 National Meeting in Porto Conte - Alghero: The ELIHMED Project: from a pilot
  action to a system action to achieve the objectives 20- 20-20 of the Region Sardinia"
- the presentation of a degree thesis on the Project ELIHMED: “Energy retrofit of rural houses of
  ETFAS compounds”. The work will be published on an international scientific journal
- the 06 May 2014 in Alghero "Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting"
- the 02 July 2014 in Alghero "Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting"
- the 03 October 2014 in Porto Conte  - Alghero Awareness Campaign National meeting "The ELIHMED Project: from a pilot action to a system action to achieve the objectives 20- 20-20 of the Region Sardinia"

 

During the local meeting with the stakeholders the technicians and external experts provide some information and an educational path connected on environmental sustainability, able to connect and manage the discussion and research around the concept of energy efficiency and saving.
These activity is strongly linked to the rural territory in which houses are placed.
ELIH-Med communication activities have been connected with the communication activity of LAORE Sardegna in its communication campaign.
To reach the goal of raise awareness on environmental sustainability, LAORE’s project team involved all possible regional stakeholders.
Many communication activities are held to promote the dissemination of the pilot project: in particular, LAORE Sardegna increased the value of the Sardinian wool, produced with an international patent as biological insulating, used in the new attic insulated.
 
Capitalisation   
Capitalisation is a mandatory work package in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.

 

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
leaflet (coper) of ELIH-Med awareness campaign COPERTINA HELIMED 26 SETTEMBRE_7.pdf
Agenda of the national ELIH-Med promotion conference Locandina_Elihmed_Alghero_2014.pdf

Foto

Campanedda workshop

Campanedda workshop

Project dissemination

Project dissemination

National Meeting in Alghero

National Meeting in Alghero

National Meeting Smart City

National Meeting Smart City

Video



Target

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

Spain Málaga

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      

What is capitalisation?  

In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.

ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   

Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been developed for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income.
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood,
- to promote energy refurbishment at building / district scale.
 
Contents of the campaign
What? The campaign aims to raise awareness on how important the need to reduce  energy consumption is in the different city areas. Various activities will be carried out to disseminate the huge potential energy  savings in these households and the benefits from the reduction of these expenses. Through refurbishments in their homes (building and individual levels) and by changing behaviour, the following benefits will be seen:
• Savings (economic)
• Improved comfort levels
• Help reduce damage to the environment
Who? Our target is the middle-lower economic social segment with a medium-low level of education, usually with low incomes and living in publicly subsidised housing. A specific focus on children will also be made during the campaign.
 
How? The campaign has been planned to include a range of different activities with a very clear and specific timetable. An fictitious enemy has been developed that focuses on , personifies and make visible the economic and energy costs that residents face in their homes. “Gaston” (big spender in English) is a villain who sneaks into our homes and make us use more energy. He is a  villain that must be stopped by the whole community.
The campaign will contain several actions. The selected districts are main streets or are located near high density areas.       
 
- Phase 1: Teaser / creating “a buzz”: bringing attention to the danger of Gaston without giving away the objectives of the campaign.
Teaser: Publicity Magnets "Gaston lives here" on letterboxes. "Fighting Gaston“ pavement graffiti, information points and promotional material on main streets, pedestrian areas and in the collective areas of the buildings (More than 100 points identified in total).
 
- Phase 2: Resolution of the teaser: the full campaign message is disseminated, including the key elements on energy awareness and information on grants and financial models to promote energy refurbishment projects.
 Resolution. Promotional publicity on buildings, motorcycles, cars, etc. and informative materials to be distributed directly on the streets covering the full areas, giving particular attention to the high population density ones (More than 100 points identified in total).
 
- Phase 3: Awareness and strengthening messages.
Awareness. Performances with actors, environmental graffiti and information stands, including roll-up and awareness material, magazine; in municipal markets and street market places  (More than 20 points identified in total).
 
All of the activities has been conducted in areas with a lot of passers-by, with the aim to interact directly with people, providing a more durable impact than simple outdoor advertising. All activities will be recorded.

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
ELIH-Med Awareness Raising-Communication Activity Summary ELIH MED WP2 Summary_web.pdf

Video



Target

Refurbishment project managers , Policy makers

France Arles

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      
 
What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been developed for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income.
 
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood, in order to promote energy refurbishment at building/district scale.
 
Contents of the awareness raising campaign
- ELIH-Med dissemination through the national Plan  Renovation Energy ethics and technology.
 
Project Capitalisation
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity of ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation has been planned in a general way as the strategy and the process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Moreover, capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and covers all the initiatives that share some of the topics and objectives of ELIH-Med. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
 

Video



Target

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

Greece Komotini

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      

What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-Med scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on the ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been developed for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income housing occupants.
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood, in order to
  promote energy refurbishment at building / district scale.

 

 Contents of the awareness raising campaignfor the Greek pilot project 
- Press conferences
- Press releases to local media (TV, radio, newspapers) and nationwide portals
- Dedicated Facebook page for the Greek pilot project
- Technical seminar for building industry professionals, dissemination of project information material (e.g.
   leaflets on available financing mechanisms)
- Participation in relevant exhibitions and dissemination of project material (e.g. ITF Thrace, Building Green
   Expo)
- Awareness-raising events for the users of the pilot buildings (e.g. students’ site visit to the pilot project and
   update on the works progress, interactive games, volunteering days etc.)
- Dissemination of project information and promotional material during the above events (e.g. leaflets on
   energy-saving tips, hats, t-shirts etc.)
- Street Action in the central square of Komotini, to inform the general public on the ELIH-Med project activities and
   raise awareness on energy efficiency at home.
 
 Project Capitalisation 
The capitalisation activities carried out by Greek project team include:
- Organisation of a national capitalisation seminar, with participation of the Greek partners of strategic MED projects
  MARIE and PROFORBIOMED.
- Press conferences with a wide coverage by local newspapers, TV channels, radio stations
- Press releases to local media and nationwide portals
- Widespread Internet dissemination
- Paper submission and presentation of the ELIH-Med project activities and the Greek pilot project, in the 10th Greek
  annual RES conference
- Participation to the national annual MED programme event and presentation of the ELIH-Med activities and outcomes
- Organisation of a national ELIH-Med closing event, aiming at the dissemination and capitalisation of the project
  outcomes, to local/national authorities and the building industry professionals active in the field of energy-efficiency
  and sustainability

Foto

-	Elih-Med dissemination materials

- Elih-Med dissemination materials

Elih-Med press conference

Elih-Med press conference

-	Elih-Med dissemination through interview

- Elih-Med dissemination through interview

Elih-Med dissemination via Facebook

Elih-Med dissemination via Facebook

Awareness-raising events for users of pilot buildings

Awareness-raising events for users of pilot buildings

Elih-Med dissemination ITF Thrace

Elih-Med dissemination ITF Thrace

Internet dissemination

Internet dissemination

Press conference

Press conference

National capitalisation seminar

National capitalisation seminar

Video



Target

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

Cyprus Cyprus

Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been carried out for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income.
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood, in order to promote energy refurbishment at building/district scale.
 
Contents of the awareness raising campaign
-  Participating or organising conferences and study visit:
o inform the general public about the ELIH MED project and the start of the pilot project
o raise public awareness on energy savings and energy efficiency at home
-  Press conference
-  interview/announcement through local media (TV, radio, newspapers)  
-  Publishing scientific paper 
 
Promotion of ELIH-Med project in Renewable energy international conference organised in Cyprus
 
 
Project Capitalisation
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity of ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation has been planned in a general way as the strategy and the process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Moreover, capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and covers all the initiatives that share some of the topics and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
The project national capitalisation activities carried out by Cyprus project team include:
- Participation of the national sectoral conferences to exchange ELIH-Med project experiences with other projects
- Press conference with a wide coverage by local newspapers, TV channels, radio stations
- Widespread Internet dissemination

 

 

 

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Energy efficiency of low-income households in Cyprus LIH EE in Cyprus.pdf
ELIH-Med project and net metering of low-income houses in Cyprus (in Greek) ELIHMED- NET Metering.pdf
Interview of CEA staff for promoting ELIH-Med Interview of CEA staff for promoting ELIH-Med.pdf

Foto

Elih-med capitalisation in Cyprus: SEAPEK conference

Elih-med capitalisation in Cyprus: SEAPEK conference

Elih-Med dissemination in SEAPEK conference

Elih-Med dissemination in SEAPEK conference

Project capitalisation: POEM conference

Project capitalisation: POEM conference

Project promotion materials

Project promotion materials

Video



Target

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

Public authorities

Italy Genoa

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects

What is capitalisation? 
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level. 
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
 
Awareness raising   
ELIH-Med course has been a journey in stages, such as climbing a stair “step by step” . The project has been developed, by overcoming temporary difficulties and achieving the final goal within the times and with respect to the procedures required.
An informative route goes through all the steps that lead to the mezzanine floor, where the visitor will perceive the ElihMed journey in stages.
In the multimedia stations located inside the city, it is possible, both during the educational workshops and the unguided tour, to participate in a test-quiz and assess your knowledge on the “energy and water savings”, as it has happened during the project for the residents in piazzale Adriatico.
The communication activities has been focused on the following topics:
- the various pilot project interventions in other European Countries
- the ELIH-Med policy aimed at a segment of population living in conditions of poverty or social hardship
- Genoa pilot as a challenge: the involvement of people experiencing hardship it is always an hazard (people complaining may thwart the success of project)
- building energy-savings interventions are critical for LIH (quality of the construction site and management cost)
- the crucial process of involvement of the residents in order to achieve the project objectives
- the opinion of the residents through their pro/con impressions
- the results of the other pilot project and the different interventions made
- the collaboration started (sponsored) and the innovative procedures that has brought more works
- Capitalisation with respect to the issues of the environmental sustainability
 
 The dissemination activities include also:
- Educational laboratories for students: from October 2013 to December 2014
- Educational laboratories for all citizens: from October 2013 to end of 2014
- The XI edition of «Festival della Scienza » took place in Genoa from 23 October to 3 November 2013:   http://www.festivalscienza.eu/site/en/home.html
 

Permanent info point - Palazzo Verde for ELIH-Med dissemination

Palazzo Verde is the centre of a virtual and material ne
twork, 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. An ELIH-Med panel at the entrance of Palazzo Verde introduces visitors to an informative and educational path connected on environmental sustainability.
The detail communication activities made by Genoa City are reported in the document ‘Elih-MED_Palazzo Verde’.

 

Capitalisation 
Capitalisation is a mandatory work package in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.

 

Foto

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: what is ELIH-Med?

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: what is ELIH-Med?

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Before project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Before project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Pilot project in Genoa

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Pilot project in Genoa

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Tenant participation

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Tenant participation

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Energy efficiency measures

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: Energy efficiency measures

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: energy diagnosis

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: energy diagnosis

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: after project

ELIH-Med Poster made by Genoa City: after project

Video



Target

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

Italy Sassari

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      
 
What is capitalisation?
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan

Dissemination   

The communication and dissemination of the pilot project are mainly carried out:
- Participation in many communication meetings and activity
 
In particular:
- the 15 October 2012 Regional Meeting in Oliena on the Governance of the Renewable Energies
- the 20 May 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 6 May 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 6 May 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Campanedda - Sassari
- the 3th June 2013 International Meeting “Smart City” in Cagliari with illustration of the Project ELIHMED
- the 20 - 21 June 2013 in Cagliari: "General Assembly of CMPR ISLAND Commission"
- the 21th June 2013 Meeting of the CPRM Islands Commission in Cagliari, with a session dedicated to the
  Project ELIHMED
- the 2 July 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 2 July 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in campanedda - Sassari
- the 10 July 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 25th September 2013 General Assembly of CPRM in St. Malo
- the 25 September 2013 in S.Malo: "Plenary meeting of the Intermediterranean Commission"
- the 21th October 2013 Meeting in Campanedda (Sassari) with the Regional and Local Stakeholders
- the 29 November 2013 Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting in Guardia Grande - Alghero
- the 19 December 2013 National Meeting in Porto Conte - Alghero: The ELIHMED Project: from a pilot
  action to a system action to achieve the objectives 20- 20-20 of the Region Sardinia"
- the 19 December 2013 National Meeting in Porto Conte - Alghero: The ELIHMED Project: from a pilot
  action to a system action to achieve the objectives 20- 20-20 of the Region Sardinia"
- the presentation of a degree thesis on the Project ELIHMED: “Energy retrofit of rural houses of
  ETFAS compounds”. The work will be published on an international scientific journal
- the 06 May 2014 in Alghero "Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting"
- the 02 July 2014 in Alghero "Awareness Campaign Tenants Meeting"
- the 03 October 2014 in Porto Conte  - Alghero Awareness Campaign National meeting "The ELIHMED Project: from a pilot action to a system action to achieve the objectives 20- 20-20 of the Region Sardinia"

 

During the local meeting with the stakeholders the technicians and external experts provide some information and an educational path connected on environmental sustainability, able to connect and manage the discussion and research around the concept of energy efficiency and saving.
These activity is strongly linked to the rural territory in which houses are placed.
ELIH-Med communication activities have been connected with the communication activity of LAORE Sardegna in its communication campaign.
To reach the goal of raise awareness on environmental sustainability, LAORE’s project team involved all possible regional stakeholders.
Many communication activities are held to promote the dissemination of the pilot project: in particular, LAORE Sardegna increased the value of the Sardinian wool, produced with an international patent as biological insulating, used in the new attic insulated.
 
Capitalisation   
Capitalisation is a mandatory work package in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.

 

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
leaflet (coper) of ELIH-Med awareness campaign COPERTINA HELIMED 26 SETTEMBRE_7.pdf
Agenda of the national ELIH-Med promotion conference Locandina_Elihmed_Alghero_2014.pdf

Foto

Campanedda workshop

Campanedda workshop

Project dissemination

Project dissemination

National Meeting in Alghero

National Meeting in Alghero

National Meeting Smart City

National Meeting Smart City

Video



Target

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

France Arles

ELIH-Med Capitalization and long lasting effects      
 
What is capitalisation?  
In the framework of European cross-border cooperation projects, capitalisation is a mean to exploit commonly the results of several projects and ensure long lasting effects. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
 
ELIH-Med capitalization strategy   
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity in ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation could be defined in a general way as the strategy and process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
The objective of ELIH-Med Capitalisation is broader than ELIH-MED scope and it covers all the initiatives that share some of the preoccupations and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
For further information on ELIH-Med global capitalisation strategy, you can download the ELIH-Med Capitalisation Plan.
Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been developed for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income.
 
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood, in order to promote energy refurbishment at building/district scale.
 
Contents of the awareness raising campaign
- ELIH-Med dissemination through the national Plan  Renovation Energy ethics and technology.
 
Project Capitalisation
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity of ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation has been planned in a general way as the strategy and the process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Moreover, capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and covers all the initiatives that share some of the topics and objectives of ELIH-Med. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
 

Video



Target

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

Cyprus Cyprus

Within the context of the project, an awareness campaign has been carried out for the promotion and dissemination of energy efficiency in low income.
Objectives of the campaign:
- to communicate the EE measures and tips that exist for both individual apartments and residential buildings.
- to communicate the financial mechanisms that exist to fund aforementioned EE measures.
- to develop activities that strengthen the feeling of “belonging” to the community/neighbourhood, in order to promote energy refurbishment at building/district scale.
 
Contents of the awareness raising campaign
-  Participating or organising conferences and study visit:
o inform the general public about the ELIH MED project and the start of the pilot project
o raise public awareness on energy savings and energy efficiency at home
-  Press conference
-  interview/announcement through local media (TV, radio, newspapers)  
-  Publishing scientific paper 
 
Promotion of ELIH-Med project in Renewable energy international conference organised in Cyprus
 
 
Project Capitalisation
Capitalisation is a mandatory activity of ELIH-Med, defined in the terms of reference of the first strategic call for proposals of the MED program. Capitalisation has been planned in a general way as the strategy and the process that will allow to ensure a long term, deep and concrete impact of the project activities and results on public policies at local, regional, national and European level.
Moreover, capitalisation is a process that goes further than the specific project implementation. Its scope is broader than ELIH-MED scope and covers all the initiatives that share some of the topics and objectives of ELIH-MED. Above all, a capitalisation process aims at creating a cumulative effect, not only on the basis of the aggregation of projects results but also at a program level through the convergence of indicators, strategic objectives and proposals to strengthen cooperation process impacts within the mainstream framework of European policies.
The project national capitalisation activities carried out by Cyprus project team include:
- Participation of the national sectoral conferences to exchange ELIH-Med project experiences with other projects
- Press conference with a wide coverage by local newspapers, TV channels, radio stations
- Widespread Internet dissemination

 

 

 

Documenti

TitleDescriptionFile
Energy efficiency of low-income households in Cyprus LIH EE in Cyprus.pdf
ELIH-Med project and net metering of low-income houses in Cyprus (in Greek) ELIHMED- NET Metering.pdf
Interview of CEA staff for promoting ELIH-Med Interview of CEA staff for promoting ELIH-Med.pdf

Foto

Elih-med capitalisation in Cyprus: SEAPEK conference

Elih-med capitalisation in Cyprus: SEAPEK conference

Elih-Med dissemination in SEAPEK conference

Elih-Med dissemination in SEAPEK conference

Project capitalisation: POEM conference

Project capitalisation: POEM conference

Project promotion materials

Project promotion materials

Video



Target

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