TEESCHOOLS (Transferring Energy Efficiency in Mediterranean Schools) aims to support Local Authorities to implement Nearly Zero Energy Building (NZEB) refurbishments in Mediterranean schools. An integrated set of user friendly tools will be tested and validated by pilot actions in each partner region. The project involves 11 partners from 7 countries (Italy, Spain, Greece, Croatia, BiH, Cyprus and France).

Key outputs
  • Integrated set of tools supporting energy efficiency management in schools with carbon footprint calculator; best practices database for NZEB energy renovation of school buildings; financial solutions and schemes for energy efficiency.
  • Pilots applications at school buildings: energy audits, renovation plans, calculation of carbon footprint of the renovation activities, development  of energy service models and financing schemes.
  • E-learning and face-to-face training of Regional and Municipal technical staff, energy managers and students.
  • Development of policy recommendations and integration of project outputs to city plans.

The project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), through the Interreg MED Programme (Transnational Cooperation Programme) supporting the private sector (small and medium-sized enterprises) and civil society organizations.

The total value of the project is 2.840.000,00 EUR, Co-financed by EU funds 85%.

Project duration is 36 months, 1st February 2017 to 31st January 2020.

Lead Partner: ENEA (IT).                                                                                   

Partners on the project: FVMP (ES), EGTC Efxini Poli (EL), City of Split (HR), Zenica-Doboj Canton (BA), Cyprus Energy Agency (CY), Ribera Consortium (ES), HEP ESCO (HR), Municipality of Castel San Pietro Terme (IT), CMAR PACA (FR), Living Prospects (EL).