3CEA: 5th Expert Mission of the ManagEnergy Programme in Ireland
3CEA is delighted to have been selected for the EU Expert Mission as part of the EU funded ManagEnergy Programme. Christiane Egger from Upper Austria’s Energiesparverband OO spent 3 days at 3CEA in Kilkenny, Ireland exploring how to strengthen our services to lead the Energy Transition across our Region by supporting sustainable energy projects and investment in the clean energy Sector. 3CEA team and Board Members worked hard during the 5th Expert Mission strategising and brainstorming on how 3CEA can best provide this support in removing fossil fuels and moving towards a zero carbon region.
ManagEnergy is a European Commission initiative helping energy agencies to become leaders in the energy transition and to increase sustainable energy investments to include engagement with local and regional stakeholders. It provides know-how to energy agencies in the field of energy efficiency financing in their own region.
3CEA would like to thank our expert Christiane Egger of Energiesparverband OO and ManagEnergy team for this excellent and refreshing workshop, it was a brilliant chance for the entire team to find new opportunities and build expertise. It was a productive and most enjoyable staff development training for the entire team.
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