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FosterREG(Croatia)

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  • 500 trained public officers across Europe, from which 100 in Croatia. Proposals for changes in strategic documents, regarding the energy efficiency in urban regeneration in “lighthouse” cities.
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June 2016

FosterREG project aims at enhancing public capacity at local, regional and national levels to plan, finance and manage integrated urban regeneration for sustainable energy uptake, through capacity building, promotion and articulation of effective multilevel coordination, and national as well as European network strengthening. These objectives will be achieved through public stakeholders’ engagement in joint analysis and knowledge development activities, as well as creation and dissemination of targeted training materials and activities across Europe.

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Urban Learning(Croatia)

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May 2016

URBAN LEARNING gathers capitals and other large cities across Europe facing the common challenge of considerable population growth while being committed to significantly reduce fossil energy consumption and CO2 emissions. Efficient and effective planning processes will be crucial for climbing this mountain. Vienna, Berlin, Paris, Stockholm, Amsterdam/Zaanstad, Warsaw and Zagreb aim to enhance the capacity of their local authorities on integrative urban energy planning, as response to new challenges from EU EPBD and RES directives as well as to changes of technologies and market conditions and the pressure to provide sufficient, affordable homes.

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PROF / TRAC(EU)

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  • During the first and second TtT PROF/TRAC already trained 45 trainers, who then in turn have trained 884 professionals in 5 EU countries to date (11/2016).
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March 2016

A successful design, construction and maintenance process towards nZEB standards requires innovative design processes and technologies based on an integrated design approach and multi-disciplinary work teams. However, this approach is not yet common as the building sector still works in a fragmented way. PROF/TRAC offers a solution to overcome these barriers by developing an Open Training Platform and Qualification scheme for Continuing Professional Development. This platform targets technical experts, architects and building managers involved in nZEB design and construction. The developed European qualification scheme will be part of a life-long learning process for continuous development and upskilling of professionals.

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