The EL-practice project brings together six partners. The project will develop an educational programme aimed at energy literacy for young adults (29-39 years old), aiming to empower people with the competences, skills, knowledge and confidence to take responsibility for their life choices and to actively engage in actions to create a sustainable society.

Visions 2045 pursues the goal of accompanying schools on their way to climate neutrality. A holistic approach is taken to make them drivers and role models in reducing their carbon footprint and to engage them in reaching local climate and energy targets in collaboration with local authorities.

H2MA brings together 11 partners from all 5 Interreg Alpine Space EU countries (SI, IT, DE, FR, AT), to coordinate and accelerate the transnational roll-out of green hydrogen (H2) infrastructure for transport and mobility in the Alpine region. It works to accelerate the transnational roll-out of green hydrogen mobility infrastructure in the Alpine region, to curb CO2 emissions and foster the transition to low-carbon transport.

ProcuRE brings together 6 procurers from 6 countries, responsible for over 21,000 public buildings, to invest over €7 million in R&D to tackle their common challenge of achieving 100% Renewable Energy Supply (RES) in existing stock. Consortia bidding are expected to deliver a comprehensive package of tools enabling delivery across Europe and beyond of customised fullrenewable building renovation. The systemic packages comprise services from design to implementation, and day-to-day operation, and contracting/financing, ensuring that the building continues to perform as designed over the full life-cycle. ProcuRE packages must ensure the following: enable optimal selection of cutting-edge components and configurations for RES generation, storage and management, fully addressing the challenges of on-site RES and eliminating off-site supply; increase SRI by integration across technologies and BEMS providing good occupant control; must deploy advanced BIM to model outcomes in advance in an assessment framework which at speed and low cost delivers procurers and investors with transparent choices of their options to maximise value delivery across the complete life-cycle; must provide simple configuration to match regulatory differences; and must include innovative, embedded and cost-efficient training services to impart necessary skills to both operators and to occupants, whose behaviour is a growing factor to be taken fully into account. PCP competitive tendering and the three phases of R&D and supplier selection is expected to ensure delivery of reasonably mature renewables renovation packages and their entry onto the international market within the expected timescale. Package efficacy will be demonstrated in the types of building which dominate public portfolios and promise replication in the private sector, in a multi-country public demonstration of solutions meeting building stock decarbonisation targets - six configurations achieving 100% RES throughout the year.

The overall objective of the ENERGee WATCH programme is to establish a peer learning programme that will enable regional and local authorities to identify, monitor and verify their sustainability actions in a timely and accurate manner. The learning will focus on local/regional/provincial administrative units and their agencies responsible for collecting and monitoring energy data and energy plans. ENERGee Watch goes aims at enabling accurate and successful collection, dissemination and validation of data, monitoring and verification practices, and the selection of appropriate monitoring indicators in cities and regions across the EU.

3DIVERSE will enact a holistic, multi-sectoral and multi-level approach to planning and implementation of investments into sustainable energy infrastructure through coordinated application of supply and demand side measures. A conventional fragmented and sectional undertaking of investments, that are as a whole essential to a successful realization of the energy transition, will be replaced with a novel approach based on integration and aggregation of investment actions across four interconnected sectors which will ensure the optimal results in terms of environmental, socio-economic and financial benefits. The key outputs of 3DIVERSE apply to the preparation of an all-inclusive set of technical investment documentation (pre-feasibility studies, pre-investment designs, investment programmes, market research reports, operational monitoring analysis, construction, environmental and operational permits, etc.) and publications of the calls for tender (launch of procurement procedures) for tangible investment measures that will be defined through the PDA activities. 3DIVERSE will however move beyond the conventional processes related to investment and public procurement by incorporating innovative mechanisms for acquiring citizen engagement as well as novel financing mechanisms The approach of 3DIVERSE will build on the premise of mobilizing private capital to the largest possible extent and fostering community-driven investments by providing mechanisms that ensure improved access to capital, lower-investment costs, high transparency as well as financial and social incentives. The long-term ambition of the project is to effectively validate the approach on the example of the Savinjsko-šaleška coal intensive region in transition that will serve as highly replicable and scalable model to be implemented in partner regions within and beyond the EU.

The project VR versus Climate Change (Virtual Reality based educational approach in tackling of Climate Change) is co-financed within the framework of the Erasmus+ project and includes 9 partners from four countries, of which 2 are from Slovenia. The main goal of the project is to raise awareness and educate students about the climate changes we are witnessing, and thus encourage them to find solutions and to deal responsibly with the environment and waste. The purpose of the project is to present the issue of climate change to students through various activities during the school year. In the affiliated schools, various activities will be carried out to raise awareness about climate change and activities that will consequently reduce the consumption of resources and the amount of waste.

The project partnership includes four primary schools from Slovenia, North Macedonia, Croatia and Greece, as well as five professional organizations that will work with teachers and students and ensure the transfer of knowledge and experience in the field of environmental protection. In addition to KSSENE, Gorica Elementary School also participates in the project as a partner from Slovenia

CERVINO facilitates the exchange and visualisation of energy data within the Alpine territory. It sets up a stable and reliable system that enables a better collection, management, update and use of Alpine energy data. The project improves the Energy Survey conducted in 2017 and 2019 in the framework of the EU Strategy for the Alpine Region (EUSALP) developing a simple, user-friendly energy data management tool. Data entry and processing of the management tool will be facilitated and a roadmap will ensure regular surveys on energy data. The Energy Survey will support decision-making processes on energy matters across the Alps. This project is co-funded by the European Union through the Interreg Alpine Space programme.

The main goal of the EXCITE project is to implement the well-established energy management scheme of the European Energy Award – eea in Central and Eastern European municipalities, enabling them to become trusted partners to the investors and engaging local communities for deliberate climate action. This will help to attract new innovative businesses to involved cities and municipalities and will intensify the local economics and supporting them to increase the living standards of local communities, proactively contributing to the energy transition. Through applying the eea methodology the project will enhance the implementation od energy efficiency measures at local level through securing the necessary technical, economic and social conditions for attracting of private investors, promoting public entrepreneurship and successful leveraging of the scarce public resources.