FosterREG final conference took place in Zagreb, Croatia on 11th May 2017 

FULL VIDEO FROM THE EVENT IS AVAILABLE ABOVE

The project conference was a part of 8th Zagreb Energy Week, 8-13.05.2017

 Venue: Hotel International, Miramarska 24, Zagreb, Croatia

Time: 9:30 - 14:30

 

At the final conference, all the FosterREG results from three countries: Spain, the Netherlands and Croatia were presented, as well as the EU-wide impact of project training activities. Lessons learned and materials for future use in the planning, financing and implementation of integrated urban regeneration were offered to the gathered audience.

Numerous lecturers gave speeches at the conference: from the representatives of national clusters and Croatian public authorities to the representatives of European level bodies: EASME, DG Regio and Energy Cities initiative.

 

AGENDA

DOWNLOAD PRESENTATIONS FROM THE EVENT AND WATCH THE VIDEOS:

FosterREG project overview / Francisco Rodriguez – Tecnalia VIDEO

EU support for energy efficient urban regeneration / Philippe Moseley – European Commission, Executive Agency for SMEs VIDEO

Urban agenda / Zeljka Zgaga – European Commission DG REGIO VIDEO

Proposals for the energy transition of cities and towns / Kristina Dely – Energy Cities VIDEO

Urban regeneration: a different view / Tea Zakula – a former special advisor to the Croatian Minister of environment protection and energy VIDEO

Croatian cluster, Sonja Kovač – City of Osijek VIDEO

Spanish cluster, Patxi Hernandez – Visesa and Olatz Nicolas - Tecnalia VIDEO 1  VIDEO 2

Dutch cluster, Jasper Donker – TNO and Marion Overberg – City of Utrecht VIDEO

Sustainable Integrated Multi-sector PLAnning - (SIMPLA – Horizon 2020) Stefano Alessandrini – AREA Science Park VIDEO
Empowering local public authorities to build integrated sustainable energy strategies (EMPOWERING – Horizon 2020) / Ramona Tanasa – North-East Regional Development Agency VIDEO

 

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 649846