Webinars series: 1. About Smart Altitude, June 17 11:00-11:45 AM
For several years, some mountain resorts have been working on optimising energy management and controlling the energy consumption of ski lifts, snowmaking and the heating of operating buildings. A growing number of players are also interested in developing local renewable energy production capacities and the use of sustainable resources.
The effect of these actions is twofold: on the one hand, improving the economic performance of our resorts by reducing operating energy costs - up to 25% of the energy bill - and on the other hand, reducing the carbon footprint with an effective participation in collective efforts towards the energy transition.
The Smart Altitude project, co-financed by the European Union via Interreg Alpîne Space, brings together 11 partners from 6 Alpine countries: the resorts of Madonna di Campigjo in Italy, Krvavec in Slovenia, Verbier in Switzerland and Les Orres in France, with industrial, development support or R&D partners such as EDF, Trentino Sviluppo, the Bruno Kessler Foundation, the University of Milan, CREM, Seinbeis 2i, BSC Kranj, ÖAW/IGF. All these actors are working together to develop tools to promote good practices, efficient energy solutions, and facilitate their deployment in a collective approach adaptable to local constraints and deployable on the scale of the Alpine arc.
We invite you to join us and know more about this program by participating to a series of 5 thematic webinars, starting on 17 June from 11:00 to 11:45. Please register by clicking on the following link . The webinars will be held in English.