Cagliari hosts the GR.ENE.CO second mid-term conference, project sponsored by Italy, Egypt and Lebanon to support the development of the green economy in the Mediterranean countries.
Thursday, 8th October at Caesar’s Hotel (Sala Manuela, 10:30 am), representatives from the Ministry of the Agriculture of the Republic of Lebanon, Alexandria University and Beirut Arab University, and renewable energies experts will participate in the second mid-term conference of the GR.ENE.CO project.
The project is funded by European Commission with a contribution of 1.797.457,50 by 20007-2013 ENPI CBC MED Programme. Main objective is to improve the energy efficiency by spreading the use of renewable energy as main power source, particularly at farm level in order to contribute to reduce greenhouse effect emissions and mitigate the effects of climate changes.
Laura Casta (Communication Manager), Alessio Satta (ENPI CBC MED Project Officer), Hamze Jammoul (ENPI CBC MED Programme expert), Raimondo Schiavone (Project Manager), Hadi Abou Chakra (Beirut Arab University), Abd El Elwahab Shalaby Kassem (Alexandria University), Majida Mcheik e Zaher Ayoub (ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Lebanon), Franco Murgia (IPSAR) e Matteo Monni (ITABIA) take floor.
During the conference, mid-term activities and results will be descripted: networking actions, promotion of financial package instruments, public and private initiatives related to pilot project plants.
Among project activities, 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.