PEACE_Alps

Municipalities join efforts for sustainable and concrete energy solutions

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  • Open Call: Are you interested in becoming a PEACE_Alps replication partner?

    PEACE_Alps aims to set up innovative centralized solutions for several local authorities at a time, providing economy of scale and higher quality than the isolated approach. Currently, the project is looking for organizaitons in Alpine Space who would be interested to replicate the method in their own region.

  • Networking on climate change adaptation - Alpine Space project „PEACE_Alps“ offers coaching on implementation of successful centralized actions

    The networking event that took place in Kempten on the 20th of June 2017 focused on linking stakeholders municipalities and other multipliers together to find similar fields of interest in order to combat climate change and develop the right adaptation measures.

  • Geothermal in the Alpine Space –Invitation to the GRETA mid-term conference

    During the GRETA conference on 7 November 2017, municipal representatives and renewable energy experts will gather in Salzburg to discuss the opportunities and challenges of near-surface geothermal energy, illustrated by best practice examples. The GRETA project, like PEACE_Alps, supports municipalities in furthering their energy action plans.

  • Project Meeting of PEACE_Alps partners in Swiss Regional Park Doubs

    Saignelégier is situated in the heart of the Swiss regional Nature Park Doubs and served as the venue of all PEACE_Alps partner organizations on May 3 and 4, 2017. Beside the reports on the progress made within the project, the focus was on exchange and discussion among the eleven Alpine Space partners in order to share their rich experience and expertise.

  • First meeting of the PEACE_Alps “Regional Advisory Board” in South Tyrol

    In April, the first meeting of the Regional Advisory Board for municipalities in South Tyrol was held in Bolzano. Using the results obtained from the start-up fora and the questionnaires that were sent to the municipalities to identify their needs, four action fields were identified.