Fostering public capacity to plan, finance and manage integrated urban REGeneration for sustainable energy uptake

Training for public officers involved in urban regeneration

Integrated urban regeneration

Multilevel coordination


FosterREG 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. Read more...                    

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FosterREG team continues the capacity building activities - the last training took place on 3rd March in Osijek (Croatia).

Participants were informed about the state of the art of urban regeneration financing in Croatia, issues  that are identified in FosterREG projects as well as the new opportunities and the way forward to  improve the financing and implementation of the EE in UR projects. Stakeholders collaboratively  formed models for application of different types of buildings in the project on the city district level.


FosterREG project has been presented by Agnieszka Kowalska (ASM-Market Research and Analysis Centre) at Information Day on Environment and Energy areas in Horizon 2020 that was held in Warsaw, Poland on 31st January 2017.

FosterREG was presented during a session dedicated to implemented projects and success cases in Horizon 2020. 

Project's final events: webinar and conference were disseminated to the gathered audience (research institutions and companies operating in the energy and environmental area, involved or interested in participating in H2020 projects).

In the collaborative analysis phase the FosterREG partners of the three national clusters (Croatia, Spain and the Netherlands) have analyzed the barriers associated with the planning, financing and management of integrated urban regeneration projects for sustainable energy uptake. And developed, together with national, regional and local stakeholders, solutions and strategies for overcoming them. The main issues coming from the collaborative analysis in Croatia, Spain and Netherlands refer back to the central objective. During a final European wide workshop held in Brussels (June 2016) these findings were further discussed with workshop participants coming from the three national cluster collaborative analyses, representatives from the European Commission (DG ENER, DG REGIO) and EU networks. In the FosterREG Collaborative Analysis and Best Practices Report (D3.5) the findings are described in detail and in the FosterREG Collaborative Analysis Discussion Paper an extended summary is provided. Here the overall recommendations are given.

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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