related metrics presents an opportunity to trigger policy learning, action, and cooperation to bring cities closer to sustainable development.
Macedonian section of the SDEWES Centre (SDEWES-Skopje) gathers professionals and scientists from broad range of disciplines of sustainable development of energy, water and environment systems in order to provide scientific support for wise policy-making in the following challenging topics:
These topics will be addressed through carefully planned and well-balanced portfolio of activities, including:
In addition, acknowledging that regional coordination is the key for providing feasible solutions of the common challenges and problems and gaining synergy effects, the activities of SDEWES-Skopje could be extended at regional level including the other EU candidate and potential candidate countries, as well as EU neighbourhood countries.
|Project name:||CoolHeating: Market uptake of small modular renewable district heating and cooling grids for communities, www.coolheating.eu/mk/|
|Starting date:||1 January 2016|
|Consortium:||11 partners (WIP, PLAN, GET, UNIZAG, SKUP, SDEWES, ETF, EPBIH, SABAC, VISOKO, LJUTOMER), 8 countries (DE, DK, AT, SI, HR, RS, MK, BA)|
|Finance:||European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement N° 691679|
|Project name:||BioVill, www.biovill.eu/|
|Starting date:||1 March 2016|
|Consortium:||9 partners (GIZ, WIP, KEA, AEA, REGEA, SDEWES-Skopje, GEA, GIS, SKGO), 7 Countries (DE, AT, SI, HR, RO, RS, MK)|
|Finance:||European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programmeunder GrantAgreement N° 691661|
|Project name:||LOCSEE (Low Carbon South East Europe), http://www.locsee.eu/|
|Key experts:||Prof. dr. sc. Nataša Markovska - Macedonia,
Prof. dr. sc. Neven Duić - Croatia