Covenant of Mayors Office
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Covenant Coordinators are public authorities that are in a position to provide strategic guidance, technical and financial support to Covenant of Mayors signatories and municipalities signing up to it.
Alongside financial assistance, Covenant Coordinators typically support signatories in conducting a CO2 emission inventory and/or a climate risk assessment, as well as in preparing and implementing their Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plans.
- Covenant Territorial Coordinators are decentralised authorities, such as regions, provinces or grouping of local authorities,
- Covenant National Coordinators are national public bodies such as ministries or national energy agencies.
The European Commission recognises them as important allies to support Covenant of Mayors signatories to meet their commitments and increase the impact of the Covenant.
Province of Alicante
|President:||Cesar Sánchez Pérez|
|Main contact:||José Luis Nuín|
|Position:||Engineer, Environment Department - Director of the Provincial Energy Agency of Alicante|
|Phone:||+34 96 526 84 02|
Create an Energy Division in the Environment Department of Diputación de Alicante, by appointing an engineer to work closely with EUMayors’ signatories and the Budget Unit to finance Sustainable Energy Action Plans, local energy days…
Promote the Covenant among all the municipalities and encourage them to become signatories.
Develop public awareness campaigns.
Description: In June 2013 the President of the Province of Alicante, Luisa Pastor, presented at the Ceremony of the Covenant of Mayors work done in the last few years in the region and announced the presentation of the project ALICANTE GREEN LAND that includes actions on energy efficiency, mobility and sustainability with a budget of 80 million euros [70% supports the Covenant of Mayors initiative]. This project has been included in the Operational Programme of the Valencia Region 2014 - 2020 with the expectation that it can be co-financed by the ERDF.
Signatories involved: 125 municipalities (especially those 110 with their SEAP submitted who are eligible to receive investments)
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