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In: News 09 Dec 2015

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The GR.ENE.CO delegation made of partner representatives (Alexandria University and Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Lebanon) and farmers from Egypt and Lebanon has visited today the Sardinia Bio Energy in Serramanna (CA). It is a power plant fed through renewable sources with electric nominal power of 13.3 Mw and thermal power of 49.5 Mw. The plant in Serramanna produces on a yearly basis, approx. 100,000 Mw of power, energy able to satisfy the demand of over 30,000 families. The company stocks up in Italy and abroad, whether directly through its own means and forest operators, and also through a selected number of suppliers who provided finished products to the plant, and experiments various agro-energy cultures, in order to identify the best biomasses to satisfy future demand.

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In: News, Press clipping 02 Dec 2015

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We publish articles in their original language appeared in the Italian press of the visit of Egyptian and Lebanese delegations to farms in Sardinia within the project GR.ENE.CO:

Cagliari: Greneco, energie rinnovabili in agricoltura (AGENPARL)

(AGENPARL)- Cagliari 01 dic 2015 – Proseguono le attività del progetto transfrontaliero Gr.ene.co che vede coinvolti Italia, Libano ed Egitto nella promozione delle energie rinnovabili in agricoltura. Proprio in concomitanza con lo svolgimento della Cop 21, la conferenza sul clima che si sta tenendo a Parigi, il progetto Gr.ene.co ospita dal 2 al 4 dicembre in Sardegna delegazioni di Egitto (Università di Alessandria d’Egitto e imprenditori) e Libano (Ministero dell’Agricoltura e imprenditori agricoli) che visiteranno alcune aziende del territorio particolarmente innovative nella sperimentazione di impianti a energia rinnovabile.

Il 2 dicembre è prevista, alle ore 15, la visita nell’impianto di biomasse “Sardinia Bioenergy” a Serramanna. Il giorno dopo – giovedì 3 dicembre – una doppia visita: alle ore 10 alla Società Agricola Agrifera srl Decimoputzu e alle 12.30 alla Piattaforma Pilota Sotacarbo di Carbonia. L’ultimo giorno della visita studio è dedicato a 3 aziende del GAL Sarcidano: la Cooperativa Pastori di Nurri, l’Azienda Agricola Coni a Nurallao e Argei a Gergei.

Gr.ene.co, all’interno del programma di cooperazione Enpi Cbc Med 2007-2013, ha l’obiettivo di favorire lo sviluppo della green economy nei tre Paesi del Mediterraneo, con un contributo di 1,797 milioni di euro dell’Ue, migliorare l’efficienza energetica, diffondendo l’uso delle fonti rinnovabili, soprattutto in ambito agricolo, così da contribuire alla riduzione delle emissioni di gas serra e mitigare gli effetti dei cambiamenti climatici.

Intanto, è stato completato l’impianto di produzione di energia fotovoltaica nel comune di Gergei, in provincia di Cagliari, da 45 kw di picco utile per servire tre aziende dell’agroindustria, realizzato con un contributo di circa 150 mila euro al comune. E’ un risultato importante che segue quello raggiunto in Libano dove è già attivo l’impianto di produzione.

Energie rinnovabili. Partner egiziani e libanesi nell’Isola (Illatv.it)

“Gr.ene.co, energie rinnovabili in agricoltura: visita dei partner egiziani e libanesi alle aziende agricole della Sardegna specializzate nella produzione delle rinnovabili.
Proseguono le attività del progetto transfrontaliero Gr.ene.co che vede coinvolti Italia, Libano ed Egitto nella promozione delle energie rinnovabili in agricoltura. Proprio in concomitanza con lo svolgimento della Cop 21, la conferenza sul clima che si sta tenendo a Parigi, il progetto Gr.ene.co ospita dal 2 al 4 dicembre in Sardegna delegazioni di Egitto (Università di Alessandria d’Egitto e imprenditori) e Libano (Ministero dell’Agricoltura e imprenditori agricoli) che visiteranno alcune aziende del territorio particolarmente innovative nella sperimentazione di impianti a energia rinnovabile.
Il 2 dicembre è prevista, alle ore 15, la visita nell’impianto di biomasse “Sardinia Bioenergy” a Serramanna. Il giorno dopo – giovedì 3 dicembre – una doppia visita: alle ore 10 alla Società Agricola Agrifera srl Decimoputzu e alle 12.30 alla Piattaforma Pilota Sotacarbo di Carbonia. L’ultimo giorno della visita studio è dedicato a 3 aziende del GAL Sarcidano: la Cooperativa Pastori di Nurri, l’Azienda Agricola Coni a Nurallao e Argei a Gergei.
Gr.ene.co, all’interno del programma di cooperazione Enpi Cbc Med 2007-2013, ha l’obiettivo di favorire lo sviluppo della green economy nei tre Paesi del Mediterraneo, con un contributo di 1,797 milioni di euro dell’Ue, migliorare l’efficienza energetica, diffondendo l’uso delle fonti rinnovabili, soprattutto in ambito agricolo, così da contribuire alla riduzione delle emissioni di gas serra e mitigare gli effetti dei cambiamenti climatici.
Intanto, è stato completato l’impianto di produzione di energia fotovoltaica nel comune di Gergei, in provincia di Cagliari, da 45 kw di picco utile per servire tre aziende dell’agroindustria, realizzato con un contributo di circa 150 mila euro al comune. E’ un risultato importante che segue quello raggiunto in Libano dove è già attivo l’impianto di produzione.”

In: News 01 Dec 2015

1_div_DRAG-LOGO-SERVIZIO-2_20140903_024001Coinciding with 2015 Paris Climate Conference – COP21, GR.ENE.CO will host Egyptian and Lebanese delegations made of project partners representatives (Alexandria University and Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Lebanon) and farmers. From 2nd to 4th of December they will visit few Sardinian farms of excellence in the use of RES. The first visit will be to the Sardinia Bioenergy company in Serramanna (CA), then to the Società Agricola Agrifera srl in Decimoputzu and Piattaforma Pilota Sotacarbo in Carbonia, both in the province of Cagliari. Finally the last day they will visit 3 farms of Sarcidano and Barbagia di Seulo area: Cooperativa Pastori of Nurri, Coni’s Farm in Nurallao and Argei in Gergei.
In the meanwhile, the pilot project in Gergei (Cagliari) has been finished with the implementation of a plant is of 45kw that will supply 3 local farms. It is a very important result following the one realized in Lebanon.

In: News 06 Nov 2015

The implementation of RES pilot plants in the area of the GAL Sarcidano and Barbagia of Seulo is finished. The plant has been implemented in Gergei and it will supply energy to 3 farms at least.

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In: News 25 Oct 2015

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Last 17th of October 2015 at the National Library of Baaklin (Lebanon), a workshop for promoting RES in agriculture has been organized in the framework of financial package promotion of GR.ENE.CO. The Ministry of Agriculture, Mr. Anwar Dao and Mr. Mazen Halawa for the Central Bank of Lebanon, Mr. Bnwa Eid for the Lebanese Bank for Commerce, Mr. Pierre Khoury for the Lebanese Center of the Energy Saving and Mr. Youssef Malak from the Yellow Eco Energy company participated. The speakers told about the ways for asking bank loans and Eng. Magida Mcheik illustrated the project.

In: More, News 15 Oct 2015

12079492_866210370158818_7294314939518181371_nCAGLIARI – GR.ENECO project goes head. Within few months of its finalization, the second mid-term conference pointed out the achieved results. Sardinia has a double role: first, it is the ENPI CBC MED Managing Authority and thus the GAL Sarcidano – Barbagia di Seulo is the lead partner of several public and private partners.
Founded by the 2007-2013 ENPI CBC MED Programme with a contribute of 1.797.000€, GR.ENE.CO project contributes to support the development of the green economy in the three Mediterranean countries, to improve the energy efficiency by spreading the use of renewable energies particularly at level of productive activities contributing to reduce greenhouse effect emissions.
Important news from Sardinia: the pilot project in Gergei (Cagliari) has been finished with the implementation of a plant (45kw) that will supply 3 local farms. It is a very important result following the one realized in Lebanon.
The three countries involved in the project have positively ended the Green Behaviour Seminar addressed to students and aimed at promoting eco-friendly behavior. In Egypt, thanks to the project, the Ministry for Education means to use the project results and introduce the issues of the seminars in the national programmes for technical institutes. Egyptian partners pointed out a slowdown in the activities implementation due to the domestic political situation but they also underlined the importance of the gender issue in the seminars. In Sardinia, the course closed with the participation of about 600 students from secondary schools. They have been involved in education and training activities about renewable energies, environment, eco-friendly behavior, supported by tablets.
Concerning networking action – aimed at ensuring the project prosecution – in Egypt Alexandria University is proactive in creating an Arab commission about the use of the renewable energies in collaboration with the Egyptian Renewable Energies society, the Jordan Society for Energy and other organizations from Arab League countries. In Lebanon, the networking action and the protocols lead to the signature of an important agreement between public and private operators, NGOs and other organizations, sponsored by the Ministry
The Conference of Cagliari has been the occasion to look to the future: the next 2014 – 2020 ENI CBC Programme will keep being the investment in the green energies as main energy source. The new programme will be approved by the end of the 2015 and the first call will be launched next summer 2016. It will have 2 main objectives, 4 specific thematic objectives and 11 priorities. The main challenge of the cooperation area is to create jobs and economy opportunities to reduce the high levels of unemployment. “The environment safeguard and the adaptation to climate change” keep being an important focus of the programme.
Particularly, water, waste and energy management as well as the conservation of the coastal zones will be the focus in order to contribute to a sustainable Mediterranean area.
According to the programming document, the European Union has allocated more than 209 billion euros to the 2014-2020 ENI CBC MED, about the 1/5 of the overall funds. The Joint Monitoring Committee representing 14 countries (Algeria, Cyprus, Egypt, France, Greece, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Lebanon, Malta, Palestine, Portugal, Spain and Tunisia) is responsible for the strategy and implementation of the new programme.

In: News 12 Oct 2015

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The three countries involved in the project have positively ended the Green Behaviour Seminar addressed to students and aimed at promoting eco-friendly behavior. In Egypt, thanks to the project, the Ministry for Education means to use the project results and introduce the issues of the seminars in the national programmes for technical institutes. Egyptian partners pointed out a slowdown in the activities implementation due to the domestic political situation but they also underlined the importance of the gender issue in the seminars. In Sardinia, the course closed with the participation of about 600 students from secondary schools. They have been involved in education and training activities about renewable energies, environment, eco-friendly behavior, supported by tablets.
In Lebanon, the activities have been realized in the area of Beirut, Metn, Aley, Shouf, Saida, Hasbaya, Marjiyoun, Nabatiyeh, Rashaya, Hermel, Nasriyetrisk, Beit Shiema, Abdeh, Hror, Kalaman, Amioun, involving 983 students.

In: More, News 10 Oct 2015

eThe GR.ENE.CO Second Mid-Term Conference held in Cagliari last 8th October to illustrate mid results achieved. Particularly, the three countries involved in the project have positively ended the Green Behaviour Seminar addressed to students and aimed at promoting eco-friendly behavior.
In Egypt – where the gender issue had a big focus – thanks to the project, the Ministry for Education means to use the project results and introduce the issues of the seminars in the national programmes for technical institutes.
In Sardinia, the course closed with the participation of about 600 students from secondary schools. They have been involved in education and training activities about renewable energies, environment, eco-friendly behavior supported by tablets.
Concerning ongoing activities, Alexandria University (Egypt) is active in creating an Arab commission about the use of the renewable energies in collaboration with the Egyptian Renewable Energies society, the Jordan Society for Energy and other organizations from Arab League countries.
In Lebanon, the networking action and the protocols lead to the signature of an important agreement between public and private operators, NGOs and other organizations, sponsored by the Ministry. The commitment is to invest in green energies as main source by establishing the supporting role of the Ministry in the implementation of actions.
Finally, in Sardinia the first Italian pilot project is under work. A photovoltaic plant of 45 kw will be implemented in Gergei, in the province of Cagliari to supply three local farms.

In: News, Press clipping 08 Oct 2015

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Sardegna1 TVnews service – GR.ENE.CO Second Mid-Term Conference – Cagliari, 08/10/2015

In: News, Press clipping 08 Oct 2015

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(ANSAmed) – CAGLIARI, 08/10/2015 – The first Italian pilot project is to be launched in Sardinia in the framework of the GR.ENE.CO initiative funded by 2007-2013 ENPI CBC MED programme where the island is the Managing Authority. By the end of next October 2015 a photovoltaic plant of 45 Kw will be active and used by three farms for the energy supply in the municipality of Gergei (CA). It has been realized with a contribution of about 150.000€.
The news has been launched during the GR.ENE.CO conference in Cagliari, at the presence of all partners from Sardinia (lead country), Egypt and Lebanon.
With a contribution of 1.797.000€ from the European Union, the activities aim at contributing to the development of the green economy in the three Mediterranean countries, to improve the energy efficiency by spreading the use of renewable energies particularly at level of productive activities ans contributing to reduce greenhouse effect emissions. These are two important points of next 2014-2020 ENI CBC Programme that will be approved by the end of 2015 and will be launched by next summer 2016.
Among GR.ENE.CO activities, in addition to the training of the Green Energy promoter and school awareness campaigns realized in the three countries, target farms will be selected for funds. Particularly, in Sardinia, the GAL Sarcidano – Barbagia di Seulo (lead partner) launched two public calls for grants addressed to Sardinian farms for implementing green energy system and the second to allocate 4 voucher to participate in the study visits to Egypt and Lebanon.
At present days, about the 70% of the funds have been used. The expenditure must be equal to 100% of the scheduled budget by the end of December 2015.

Fonte: http://www.ansamed.info/ansamed/it/notizie/rubriche/economia/2015/10/08/energia-in-sardegna-impianto-fotovoltaico-con-fondi-ue_3254c185-b896-4e98-8a4a-961ba6634e49.html