Research projects

CasaClima - partner for research

The Agency for Energy South Tyrol - CasaClima is involved in a number of regional and international research projects. This way, the Agency supports the transfer of knowledge in the areas of energy efficiency and renewable energies and profits from the latest scientific findings.

The project partners of the CasaClima Agency are public institutions, private and federal research institutes as well as private economic actors.

EU Strategy for the Alpine Region

The EU Strategy for the Alpine Region EUSALP promotes transboundary cooperation between the Alpine regions and states. EUSALP supports transnational dialogue in order to face common challenges in the Alpine Region co-ordinately. The CasaClima Agency coordinates the Action Group 9 on “Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energies”.

Further information
www.alpine-region.eu
 
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SINFONIA

The goal of SINFONIA is to implement comprehensive, integrated and multipliable energy solutions in medium-sized European cities. The centrepiece of the project is the cooperation of the cities of Bolzano and Innsbruck. Together, they aim at saving 40-50% primary energy and increasing the share of renewable energies by 20%. 

Further information
www.sinfonia-smartcities.eu
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Closed projects

BRICKS

Under the administration of the energy agency ENEA, minimum standards for the advanced education of professionals working in the building sector are developed - particularly regarding energy efficiency and renewable energies. Their business competence is approved of nationally.

Further information

 
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Energy Efficiency and Climate Protection in the Alpine Region

The project „Energy Efficiency and Climate Protection in the Alpine Region“ is conducting a comparative survey of regional energy strategies in the ArgeAlp territories.
 
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