HESPUL has twenty years’ experience of partnership working across a range of European projects. We are an internationally recognised not-for-profit organisation specialising in the promotion of Rational Use of Energy and Renewable Energy Saving through technical, educational and social activities.
HESPUL will be working closely with fellow French organisations, RAEE and RCRA.
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Why we are involved in COOPENERGY
We want to support the implementation of Multi-Level Governance agreements. This will include supporting a positive energy territory in the Department du Rhone (Beaujolais Vert), leading a joint action on the woodfuel supply chains with regional and local stakeholders and by focusing on the solidarity between urban and rural areas.
What we want to achieve from COOPENERGY
We want to promote Multi-Level Governance agreements within our region and in other European regions and to strengthen our own technical capacities in the development of MLG tools. We also want to enhance approaches of working together on projects involving regional authorities, municipalities and local stakeholders.
We will share our vast experience from other European projects, developing local sustainable energy projects and experience in European project management.
Multi-level governance and Positive Energy Territories (TEPOS)
COOPENERGY partners Rhône-Alpes (RCRA), Rhônalpénergie-Environnement (RAEE) and Hespul are working together to provide a collaborative energy planning service for Territories aiming to be Energy POSitive (TEPOS).Eleven territories have been selected and will be supported by the regional public authority (RCRA) to become Positive Energy Territories (TEPOS).
Hespul is supporting the TEPOS Beaujolais Vert to implement multi-level governance processes between the regional and local levels in order to provide recommendations for the revision and the implementation of the Rhône-Alpes regional Sustainable Energy Action Plan (SEAP).
The TEPOS will also sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in early 2014 to strengthen their governance arrangements for implementing the Rhône-Alpes regional SEAP.
Joint actions: delivering sustainable energy in partnership
Hespul, started a joint action to strengthen the local wood fuel supply chain in the Rhône-Alpes region by improving the cooperation between regional, urban and rural authorities as well as local stakeholders. A first meeting took place during the annual meeting of the wood fuel committee of the Rhône and a presentation has been made the 13 February 2014 during the Biomass working group of TENERDIS (a regional cluster on renewable energy).