Training on EE indicators in Mediterranean countries with MED OBSERV’EEER
The Royal Scientific Society organized a 2-days training on energy efficiency indicators, from July 27th-28th, at the RSS Campus, within meetMED II Project.
This training aims at presenting, a methodology on collection of data and the guidelines to use the MED OBSERV’EEER template for the energy end-use data collection relevant to produce energy efficiency indicators.
The targets of the training are the technical focal points from Jordan, Egypt, Palestine and Libya, as well as all the stakeholders and data analysts from the different Ministries of Jordan who are involved and useful in the provision of the data needed to fill and follow-up with the MED OBSERV’EEER template..
This first training for “new-comers” (Jordan, Egypt, Palestine) is organised in the framework if the meetMED activity 2.4 related to Monitoring and Evaluation of NEEAPS. The experts in charge of this training are: Didier Bosseboeuf (ADEME), Hossam Al Herafi (RCREEE), and Florent Gauthier from ENERDATA,
The meetMED project is a European-funded project, developed by the Mediterranean Association of the National Agencies for Energy Management (MEDENER) and the Regional Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE).
Following the success of its first phase (meetMED I, from 2018-2020), the meetMED II project (2021-2024) aims to enhance the energy security of its beneficiary countries (namely Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, and Tunisia) while fostering their transition to a low carbon economy. Accordingly, the meetMED II activities aim at strengthening the implementation of energy efficiency measures and improving countries’ energy mix focusing on the building and appliances sectors through a multiscale, multi-partner and inclusive approach at local and regional levels, thereby fostering regional cooperation.