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ALESSCO is the Local Energy Agency for Renewable Sources and Sustainable Development in the Province of Cosenza, established with the IEE Program in the year 2006. The staff is composed of 6 members: 1 Director, 2 specialized engineers on renewable sources, 1 specialized engineer on bundling, 1 EU Project Manager and 1 administrative secretary.  ALESSCO is a private-law company governed by public law, owned and controlled by the Province of Cosenza (90%). Its other stakeholders are: University of Calabria, the biggest Technical College of Calabria Region “ITIS Monaco”, Confindustria (leading organization representing manufacturing and companies in the Province of Cosenza), CNA (National Confederation of Small and Medium Businesses and Craft Firms ). The Agency works at local, regional, national and European level. ALESSCO’s main goal it’s to promote energy efficiency policies and renewable sources in Calabria Region. In last years, its main activity focused on technical assistance to Municipalities, providing expertises and advisory services: energy building diagnosis for photovoltaic installation, energy audit and intervention, technical/financial assistance on energy planning, Alessco has experience in supporting municipalities for renewable energy plants and financing schemes and has “persuaded” and helped the Province of Cosenza to become a CoM supporting structure. 

 

Last Updated ( Friday, 29 July 2011 09:27 )  

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Presentation of MEDEEA Project at IEE National Info Day in Malta

The MEDEEA project was presented at the IEE National Info Day in Malta, on the 2nd of March, at Valletta. The event targeted representatives from the public sector, national authorities, private companies, NGOs, local councils, business associations and consultancies interested in the energy sector.  Representatives from various national authorities attended this event, in particular from the Ministry for Resources and Rural Affairs, the Chamber of Commerce, the Malta EU Steering and Action Committee as well as from banks and private institutions. From this event the public had the opportunity to learn about procedures for applying for new projects related to energy efficiency and how to get funding for the implementation of these projects.