Illustration Covenant Coordinators

Alongside financial assistance, Covenant Coordinators Covenant Coordinators The European Commission defines “Covenant Coordinators” as those public administrations which provide strategic guidance, financial and technical support to municipalities signing up to the Covenant of Mayors but lacking necessary skills and/or resources to fulfil their requirements. The Commission distinguishes between Territorial Coordinators, which are sub-national decentralized authorities - including provinces, regions and public groupings of municipalities - and National Coordinators, which are national public bodies - including national energy agencies and ministry of energy. typically support signatories Signatories Signatories represent cities, with different size from small villages to major metropolitan areas such as London or Paris, that have signed the Covenant of Mayors on a voluntary manner and are committed to implement sustainable energy policies to meet and exceed the EU 20% CO2 reduction objective through increased energy efficiency and development of renewable energy sources. in preparing and implementing their Action Plans Action plans A Sustainable Energy Action Plan (SEAP) is the key document in which the Covenant signatory outlines how it intends to reach its CO2 reduction target by 2020. It defines the activities and measures set up to achieve the targets, together with time frames and assigned responsibilities. Covenant signatories are free to choose the format of their SEAP, as long as it is in line with the general principles set out in the Covenant SEAP guidelines. .

Covenant Coordinators Covenant Coordinators The European Commission defines “Covenant Coordinators” as those public administrations which provide strategic guidance, financial and technical support to municipalities signing up to the Covenant of Mayors but lacking necessary skills and/or resources to fulfil their requirements. The Commission distinguishes between Territorial Coordinators, which are sub-national decentralized authorities - including provinces, regions and public groupings of municipalities - and National Coordinators, which are national public bodies - including national energy agencies and ministry of energy. are:

  • decentralised authorities, such as regions, provinces or grouping of local authorities,
  • national public bodies such as national energy agencies.

Covenant Coordinators Covenant Coordinators The European Commission defines “Covenant Coordinators” as those public administrations which provide strategic guidance, financial and technical support to municipalities signing up to the Covenant of Mayors but lacking necessary skills and/or resources to fulfil their requirements. The Commission distinguishes between Territorial Coordinators, which are sub-national decentralized authorities - including provinces, regions and public groupings of municipalities - and National Coordinators, which are national public bodies - including national energy agencies and ministry of energy. are considered by the European Commission European Commission The European Commission is the executive body of the European Union. The body is responsible for proposing legislation, implementing decisions, upholding the Union’s treaties and the general day-to-day running of the Union. With the Covenant of Mayors initiative, the European Commission - DG Energy endorses and supports the efforts deployed by local authorities in the implementation of sustainable energy policies. as key allies of the Covenant of Mayors Office Covenant of Mayors Office The Covenant of Mayors Office (CoMO), established and funded by the European Commission, is responsible for the coordination and daily management of the initiative. It provides signatories with administrative support and technical guidance, facilitates networking between Covenant stakeholders and ensures the promotion of their activities. The CoMO is managed by a consortium of European networks representing local and regional authorities, led by Energy-Cities and composed of CEMR, CLIMATE ALLIANCE, EUROCITIES and Fedarene. , as they play a decisive role in reaching out to local authorities in their territory and providing signatories Signatories Signatories represent cities, with different size from small villages to major metropolitan areas such as London or Paris, that have signed the Covenant of Mayors on a voluntary manner and are committed to implement sustainable energy policies to meet and exceed the EU 20% CO2 reduction objective through increased energy efficiency and development of renewable energy sources. with the technical, financial, administrative and political support necessary to fulfil their commitments.

List of Covenant Coordinators Covenant Coordinators The European Commission defines “Covenant Coordinators” as those public administrations which provide strategic guidance, financial and technical support to municipalities signing up to the Covenant of Mayors but lacking necessary skills and/or resources to fulfil their requirements. The Commission distinguishes between Territorial Coordinators, which are sub-national decentralized authorities - including provinces, regions and public groupings of municipalities - and National Coordinators, which are national public bodies - including national energy agencies and ministry of energy. :

Città Metropolitana di Torino

Profile

Country: Italy
Website: http://www.cittametropolitana.torino.it/cms/

Contact

Main contact: Silvio De Nigris
Email: denigris@cittametropolitana.torino.it
Phone: 00390118616883

Support provided to signatories

    Promote adhesion to the Covenant of Mayors
    • Dissemination of Covenant promotion materials (brochure, thematic leaflets, etc.)
    • Leverage of own communication tools (e.g. newsletter, website, mailing lists, etc.)
    • Organisation of events
    Provide financing to Covenant Signatories for the development of their BEI/SEAP and implementation of the SEAP
    • Direct financial support: Budget allocated to the Covenant of Mayors in €?
    • Indirect support through staff assigned
    Provide technical support for the development of the BEI/SEAP and implementation of the SEAP
    • Political and/or technical working group(s) set up
    • Development or adaptation of technical guidelines
    • Consultancy commissioned for the technical support
    Facilitate exchange of experience between existing and potential Covenant Signatories
    • Inclusion of the Covenant in the agenda of its working groups, committees or other relevant fora
    • Support to peer-review and mentoring by experienced signatories
    Defend the interests of the Covenant in order to facilitate the adhesion to the initiative and the implementation of its requirements
    • Cooperation with the media
    • Organisation of meetings with key stakeholders (e.g. national government representatives, private or banking sector)
    • Actions to raise the political profile of the Covenant of Mayors
    Local Energy days
    • Support to signatories for the organisation of their Local Energy Days
    • Organisation of Territorial Energy Days

    Documents

    Title Size Language
    Methodology for the SEAP drafting in the Province of Torino454 Koitpdf
    Supporting Municipalities in Covenant of Mayor Initiative102 Koenpdf

    Signatories Supported

    Signatories Population Adhesion Status
    Almese, IT6,37827 Jan 2010Monitoring started
    Alpignano, IT16,99327 Mar 2014Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Baldissero Torinese, IT3,78327 May 2015Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Beinasco, IT18,18523 Jun 2010Monitoring started
    Borgofranco d'Ivrea, IT3,78018 Nov 2013Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Bruino, IT8,520 7 Jun 2010Monitoring started
    Bussoleno, IT6,31328 Nov 2014Adhesion
    Buttigliera Alta, IT6,53715 Jul 2010Monitoring started
    Cambiano, IT6,18327 May 2015Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Cantoira, IT55419 May 2010Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Carmagnola, IT28,653 8 May 2012Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Ceres, IT1,08022 May 2010Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Chieri, IT36,18827 May 2015Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Città di Collegno, IT50,18518 Mar 2010Monitoring started
    Coassolo Torinese, IT1,57117 Apr 2010Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Coazze, IT3,12528 Nov 2014Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Condove, IT4,70423 Mar 2011Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Druento, IT8,52226 Jul 2013Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Germagnano, IT1,29317 May 2010Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Giaveno, IT16,73020 Dec 2012Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Givoletto, IT3,50929 Apr 2010Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Groscavallo, IT20523 Apr 2010Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Grugliasco, IT37,870 8 Oct 2010Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Ivrea, IT24,196 5 Jul 2010Monitoring started
    Leinì, IT15,88519 Nov 2014Adhesion
    Monastero di Lanzo, IT39628 Apr 2010Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Moncalieri, IT55,72020 Dec 2013Adhesion
    Moriondo Torinese, IT81627 May 2015Adhesion
    Nichelino, IT48,94620 Jul 2010Monitoring started
    None, IT8,03428 Nov 2011Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Orbassano, IT22,34530 Nov 2012Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Pecetto Torinese, IT3,93027 May 2015Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Pianezza, IT13,49127 Nov 2012Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Pino Torinese, IT8,52927 May 2015Adhesion
    Piossasco, IT18,41227 Nov 2014Adhesion
    Poirino, IT10,52018 Dec 2013Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Pomaretto, IT1,08726 Jul 2011Monitoring started
    Riva presso Chieri, IT4,37927 May 2015Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Rivalta di Torino, IT19,48327 Feb 2013Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Rivoli, IT49,68326 Oct 2011Monitoring started
    Rosta, IT4,68421 Feb 2013Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Rubiana, IT2,39928 Mar 2011Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    San Gillio, IT3,104 8 Apr 2014Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    San Maurizio Canavese, IT9,76328 Jan 2013Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Sant'Antonino di Susa, IT4,02326 May 2010Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Sestriere, IT89229 Apr 2010Monitoring started
    Strambino, IT6,45622 Apr 2013Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Traves, IT56419 May 2010Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Unione dei Comuni NET (Nord Est Torino), IT120,000 5 Oct 2012Monitoring started
    Vallo Torinese, IT78017 May 2010Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Varisella, IT82931 Jan 2013Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Venaria Reale, IT34,24421 May 2014Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Villarbasse, IT3,39522 Apr 2014Sustainable Energy Action Plans submitted
    Volvera, IT8,62223 Jun 2010Monitoring started
    Last updated at: 17 May 2016
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