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The European Network of Regional GhG Emissions and Energy Watch
The overall aim of Energee-Watch is to launch a peer to peer learning program to enable regional and local authorities to timely and accurately define, monitor and verify their sustainable actions. The learning will focus on regional/provincial authorities and their agencies that are responsible for collecting and overseeing the monitoring of mitigation and adaptation measure indicators in order to empower them to make use of best practices.
From previous surveys with regional authorities, energy agencies, local authorities we knew there were many needs around energy and climate data. That is where the idea of the project came from. To offer a targeted programme to local, regional authorities and their agencies, the Energee Watch project foresaw as one of its first activity to carry out a needs assessment exercise. A survey was launched at the end of 2020 to identify the needs and barriers, public authorities and their support organisations face in developing and monitoring their energy and climate plans. The first overall analysis of the 53 answers from 42 organisations showed strong needs in most topics for each learning course. It led us to carry out an analysis per type of organisations to better understand the needs of each type of organisation and how to best meet these needs through the Energee Watch learning programme.
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