PROJECT IDENTIFICATION

ACRONIME

FIRESPOL

NAME

Financial Instruments for Energy Renovation Policies

PROJECT WEB LINK

http://www.interregeurope.eu/firespol/

PROJECT LOGO

interreg en

DURATION

2018 - 2022

EUROPEAN PROGRAMME

NAME AND PROGRAMME LOGO

INTERREG EUROPE
interreg en

PROGRAMME WEB LINK

http://www.interregeurope.eu/

PROJECT PARTNERSHIP

PARTNER

Extremadura Energy Agency (coordinator) – AGENEX – Spain
Lublieskie Voivodeship – Poland
Ministry of Environmental Protection & Regional Development of the Republic of Latvia (MoEPRD) - Latvia
Southern Regional Assembly – Ireland
HA Hessen Agentur GmbH – Germany
Environmental protection and energy efficiency fund - Croatia

PROJECT CONTENT AND BASIC INFO

ABSTRACT

Most Member States, and European regions, have introduced measures to boost RES generation and storage in their regional RIS3 strategy, national energy strategic plans and their respective regional programmes, for Investment for Growth and Jobs, but most of Members States are below the expected RES 2020 targets.
RES are not growing as expected, and States are not looking for new solutions such as energy storage or innovative financial schemes.
RES sector is requiring new supporting schemes, capable of unlocking the great potential of private investment by overcoming the financial, legal and administrative barriers in decentralized investment for both, RES generation and storage.

GENERAL

DESCRIPTION

FIRESPOL seeks to boost regionally-specialized and decentralized Renewable Energy Private Investment, by introducing improvements in the management of OPs which will break the financial barriers currently stopping the investment of the RES sector.
The objective is to create, inside the OPs, new supporting schemes such as Financial Instruments (FIs) or new grants schemes which can achieve the same socioeconomic impacts than FIs.
OUTPUTS
- Improving 6 OPs in 6 EU regions, involving 4 Managing Authorities and 2 key energy actors.
- Influencing 7,2M€ of SFs by the policy instruments
- 212 people increasing professional capacity attending interregional events
- 33 policy learning events with stakeholders
- 90 good practices identified and collected in a Guide of Best Practices

 

 

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