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EUSEW, the EU Sustainable Energy Week goes digital! MED Renewable energy participate with special session as extended programme of EU Sustainable Energy Week.

This is the 3rd webinar organized by the Interreg MED RES Community in the frame of the cycle "Discovering the ETU Toolbox”.

This is the 2nd WEBINAR organized by INTERREG MED RES Community in the frame of the webinars cycle "Discovering the ETU Toolbox."

Programm MED publishes an article on its own general webpage about ETU initiative.


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Let's start taking part in our SURVEY CAMPAIGN!

As you already know the Ecosystemic Transition Unit has been created by the Interreg Med Renewable Energy Project in order to encourage clean energy transition in rural and island areas in the Mediterranean.


At this stage our main aim is to identify needs and concerns from key actors involved in the energy transition in Mediterranean territories and with this purpose we are launching a Survey Campaign.


We would like you to participate in our SURVEY here below, answering a few questions and helping us spread it out among your contacts such as: local authorities, scientific actors, business and civil society as well as common citizens:



If you need any clarification to not doubt to contact us at




Thank you in advance for your help!

Renewable Energy Community Team



 The ETU initiative aims to encourage local authorities and civil society to use the ETU toolbox and ETU model in their energy transition plans. The ETU toolbox gathers the main technical outcomes and tools developed from the MED Renewable Energy Community and it is open to gather other tools that complement the support to energy planning, the creation of energy communities, energy policies and smart solutions for energy facilities.


The ETU model offers a roadmap for rural areas considering the limiting factors to 5 main concerns: 1) apply an ecological approach into climate emergency; 2) promote a territorial equity between the urban and the rural, 3) boost social innovation through technology and warranty clean energy for vulnerable groups, 4) encourage the green economy by attracting green businesses into local energy communities, and 5) advocate for the cooperation & commitment between key actors and key policy frameworks.