The final conference of SISMA project will take place in Nova Gorica (Slovenia) the next 21st June. The project, financed by the INTERREG-MED Program put together institutions, banks and ESCOs, who will discuss about how to make bankable the projects of energy refurbishment of the public buildings.

After 24 months of cooperation among eight partners of six Mediterranean countries (Spain, France, Italy, Bosnia Herzegovina and Greece, Slovenia), the project SISMA is coming to its conclusion.

The results of the project will be presented, also in live streaming on the Facebook @sismaproject channel, during the final conference, organized by the Energy Agency of Nova Gorica, GOLEA, in collaboration with Informest and APE FVG, the Energy Agency of Friuli Venezia Giulia.

The speakers will discuss on which are the opportunities and the challenges for the deep renovation of the public buildings and how it is possible to carry out the bankable energetic investments.

Furthermore, SISMA partners will present SISMA Set Model, an innovative tool available to the public administrations for the economic and financial evaluation of the measures of the energetic saving and the calculation of the minimum public subsidy required in order to make an investment of energetic efficiency bankable by the market.

“Once again the strategic role of Informest in supporting the local administrations of Friuli Venezia Giulia is confirmed: thanks to European funds, catched by SISMA, our administrations have more instruments to plan the territory and to invest with efficiency and sustainability” has said the President of Informest, Claudio Cressati.

SISMA, started in November 2016, after a first phase of “survey”  has identified and analyzed some European best practices to elaborate the SET Model: a IT tool based on an Excel® file and a set of guidelines for its compilation, which can help and support the public authorities to use in the best way the resources available for the deep renovation of the buildings.

Inserting in the “SET MODEL” some data of the building, like the year of construction, thermic and electric consumption and the types of proposed investments, there is the opportunity to receive instant information on the minimum amount of the public subsidy needed to activate the financial investment schemes such as the Energy Performance Contract (EPC).

The positive result is double: while on one hand the administrations are able to better plan the energy renovation respecting the budget limits, on the other hand the Directive 2013/31 / EU on the energy performance of the public buildings, which aims to lower CO2 emissions, is complied with.



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