Compete4SECAP RESULTS

 

During the project, Compete4SECAP enabled local local authorities to start develop their Sustainable Energy Action Plans further by reflecting additional climate mitigation aspects, but also issues of adaptation due to climate change. The EnMS were used for the first time not only as analytical tool to identify appropriate energy actions, but also to study energy related vulnerabilities and risks that demand adaptation actions. The  process shall enabled and lead to an upgrade of SEAPs to SECAP in the following municipalities, among others:

  Rijeka (Croatia): SECAP developed by the Rijeka municipality (in Croatian)

 

  Velika Gorica (Croatia): SECAP developed by the Velika Gorica municipality (in Croatian)

 

  Lakatamia (Cyprus): SECAP developed by the Lakatamia municipality (in Greek)

 

  Brest Metropole et Ville (France): SECAP developed by the Brest Metropole et Ville municipality (in French)

 

  Lorient (France): SECAP developed by the Lorient municipality, still subject to minor modifications (in French)

 

  Montauban Conurbation (France): SECAP developed by the Montauban Conurbation local authority (in French)

 

  Újpest, Budapest District 4 (Hungary): SECAP developed by the Újpest local authority (in Hungarian)

 

  Kaposvár (Hungary): SECAP developed by the Kaposvár municiaplity (in Hungarian)

 

  Pestszentlőrinc-Pestszentimre Budapest District 18 (Hungary): SECAP developed by the Pestszentlőrinc-Pestszentimre local authority (in Hungarian)

 

  Budaörs (Hungary): SECAP developed by the Budaörs municipality (in Hungarian)

 

  Saldus (Latvia): SECAP developed by the Saldus municipality (in Latvian)

 

  Tukums (Latvia): SECAP developed by the Tukums municipality (in Latvian)

 

  Ķegums (Latvia): SECAP developed by the Ķegumsmunicipality (in Latvian)

 

  Bauska (Latvia): SECAP developed by the Bauska municipality (in Latvian)

 

  Murcia (Spain): SECAP developed by the Murcia municipality (in Spanish)

 

  Las Torres de Cotillas (Spain): SECAP developed by the Las Torres de Cotillas municipality (in Spanish)

 

  Cieza (Spain): SECAP developed by the Las Torres de Cieza municipality (in Spanish)

 

  Ceutí (Spain): SECAP developed by the Las Torres de Ceutí municipality (in Spanish)