related metrics presents an opportunity to trigger policy learning, action, and cooperation to bring cities closer to sustainable development.
SDEWES Centre gathers scientist and professionals from broad range of disciplines of sustainable development of energy, water and environment systems from more than 55 countries. To utilize this huge potential, SDEWES centre Assembly and Management board supported the establishment of SDEWES research groups and application of research project proposals.
SDEWES Centre aims to build a unique research platform capable to form various international and multidisciplinary R&D groups that will provide comprehensive R&D activities, assessment and expert opinions on the research subjects that represent the most important challenges of sustainable development.
SDEWES Centre offers technoeconomic and policy solutions for:
SDEWES Centre is currently involved in several EU projects (EC, H2020, Interreg, EEA and Norway Grants):
SDEWES Centre also participated in the following research activities:
|Project name:||SMEP - Sustainable municipal energy policy (RES & EE)|
|Duration:||2015 (April - December)|
|Role:||Co-ordinator of Croatian participation at the SDEWES Centre|
|Finance:||START - Danube Region Project Fund of the European Union Strategy for the Danube Region|
|Partner:||Fondacija Mreža za promjene Jugoistočne Evrope (SEE Change Net Foundation)|
|Activity:||Offering solutions on energy modelling effort of the SEE SEP regional modelling team for the Activity: Energy modelling within the “South East Europe Sustainable Energy Policy or SEE SEP”, between SEE Change Net and European Commission|
|Partner:||DUNEA LLC, Regional Development Agency Dubrovnik Neretva County|
|Activity:||Providing expert opinion and guidance on implementation of Sustainable Energy Action Plans in project „ALTERENERGY, Energy sustainability for Adriatic small communities“. It is the first strategic project funded within the cross-border Cooperation Programme IPA-Adriatic 2007-2013, focused on new energy sustainability challenge which aims to promote energy efficiency and renewable energy production across the Adriatic area.|