Covenant of Mayors Office
63-67 Rue d’Arlon
Covenant Supporters are defined as not-for-profit organisations (associations of local and regional authorities, networks, thematic agencies …) with the capacity to promote the Covenant of Mayors and to mobilise and support their members and/or local authorities to reach the Covenant of Mayors’ objectives.
They take action on their territories and areas of expertise (e.g. energy, environment, water, air), and at different levels of governance (e.g. European, national, and regional/local) to promote the Covenant of Mayors initiative and support the commitments of their signatories. With expert knowledge of the regulatory, legislative and financial framework under which they operate - be it at the local/regional, national or European level – Covenant Supporters are ideally placed to provide tailored advice to signatories and identify synergies with existing initiatives.
Polish Network Energie Cités (PNEC)
|Main contact:||Anna Jaskuła|
|Phone:||+48 12 429 17 93|
StrategyPolish Network Energie Cites (PNEC) is supporting Polish Covenant Signatories and candidates for Signatories through assisting them in contacts with the COMO and by providing them with know-how, information and relevant documents concerning the SEAPs elaboration and joining the "bench-mark of excellence" initiative. Since the day of its adhesion, PNEC has been very actively promoting COM initiatives through publications and articles in profesional magazines as well as through presentations and information transfer during regional and international events, such as: 1. International Conference “COVENANT OF MAYORS ‒ European initiative for climate protection”, Krakow, 28-29 May 2009; 2. „Imagine the energetic future of your county"; exhibition and conference; Bielsko-Biała, August 31, 2009; 3. VII Congress of Polish Cities focused on quality of municipal services; PNEC organized a special session: European programs for climate protection – improvement of quality of life in cities (municipal energy policy); Gniezno, 25th September 2009; 4. Open Days - European Week of Regions and Cities; October 5-8, Brussels; 5. Meeting of the Committee of the Regions - Adaptation to climate change: local and regional policy in the European and national context; Toruń, October 20, 2009.
Description: In the years 2012 and 2013 the municipality of Lubin realized the task "Construction of lighting points supplied from renewable sources", which included the supply and installation of 22 sets of street lighting with LED light source (with a capacity of 27-31 W) powered by batteries charged from photovoltaic panels with a capacity of 360 -380 W. The total cost of this investment was 46 000 €.In 2014, the municipality plans to implement new 25 lighting points powered from renewable sources. Planned expenditures amount to 50 000 €.In addition, on the roofs of three buildings of rural community centers in Gola, Obora and Zimna Woda, built in 2010 - 2013, there were installed solar collectors which support central heating and domestic hot water production. In ventilation system recuperators were used.Lubin is a Green Twinning partner of Dzierżoniów.
Signatories involved: rural municipality of Lubin
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