Author: atene KOM GmbH

While many Baltic and other European municipalities already developed so-called “Sustainable Energy Action Plans” (SEAPs), they often face difficulties in the actual implementation and measurement phase. With stimulating presentations from engaging and experienced speakers on issues such as “Energy efficiency in local climate strategies” or “Fields of action to increase energy efficiency in cities”, the Baltic Sea Conference “Energy Efficient Cities” provided a platform to examine the existing challenges, get new inspirations and learn from best practice examples.

The conference was organised by the Szewalski Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery Polish Academy of Sciences (IMP) in Gdansk, in the framework of two Interreg Baltic Sea Region projects “ACT NOW!” and “LowTEMP” as they are focusing on new concepts and solutions to enhance energy efficiency at local and regional level.