On the 5th of May from 14:00 to 15:30 CET, the Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform will host the second episode of the renewable energy financing series on the topic of mobilising citizen financing for renewables.
During the session, Charles Yousif from the University of Malta, Institute for Sustainable Energy, and Sandro Lauri from the Energy and Water Agency of Malta will present a case study on Solar Photovoltaic Communal Farm Scheme, a good practice identified through the Interreg Europe ZEROCO2 project.
The Solar Photovoltaic Communal Farm Scheme was identified as a good practice through the ZEROCO2 project and is now being shared on the Policy Learning Platform to inspire others and ensure helpful knowledge exchange of identified good practices.
Hosting via the Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform, the webinar itself will be centred on RES finance in the private domain, with a strong focus on mobilising citizen financing and what public authorities can do to facilitate it.
The agenda of the webinar consists of:
- Keynote speech from RESCOOP on enabling community energy - guidelines for reclaiming power
- Case study by Alastair Mumford from the Devon Country Council on supporting the set-up and development of RE communities (AgroRES)
- Case study from SUN Nordhessen on local financing and involvement of private capital (FIRESPOL) - TBC
- Case study by Charles Yousif from the University of Malta, Institute for Sustainable Energy and Sandro Lauri from the Energy and Water Agency of Malta on Solar Photovoltaic Communal Farm Scheme (ZEROCO2)
The webinar is a part of the Interreg Europe Renewable Energy Finance series, which takes place between the 28th of April and the 5th of May 2022.
For more information about the “Mobilising citizen financing for renewables” webinar, including how to register, visit https://www.interregeurope.eu/policy-learning-platform/events/mobilising-citizen-financing-for-renewables.