April 30, 2009
Energy for a Change
Energy Use & Behavioural Change
A workshop for practitioners
Athens, Greece, June 16th, 2009
On June 16th the CHANGING BEHAVIOUR project team comes to Athens, Greece for an event hosted by the Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving (CRES). The workshop aims, in particular, to engage energy efficiency practitioners from Southern Europe.
The CHANGING BEHAVIOUR project aims to support the shift towards end-user services, promoted by the European energy policy. We do so by investigating the barriers, challenges and success factors of projects that aim to influence energy use.
The workshop will be interactive, encouraging the mutual learning and exchange of knowledge. Our team seeks your experience to test our early findings and to help improve guidance for colleagues throughout the European Union and elsewhere. Through this interactive process you will also have the opportunity to learn what the rest of Europe thinks about this issue.
If you wish, you can also take the opportunity to present your own work or organisation in a poster display session.
What will the event be about?
We seek to engage local energy agencies, energy efficiency practitioners, policy makers and intermediary organisations working in the field of energy from Greece and south Europe together with EU colleagues from the CHANGING BEHAVIOUR project. We expect a total of 30-40 participants.
How can participants benefit from the event?
Registration: Please fill out and send in the registration form on this site. The workshop is free of charge, including light lunch and refreshments.
The registration deadline is June 5th, 2009. Some reimbursement of travel expenses for practitioners and experts from south Europe may be provided on a ‘first in first served’ basis.
Venue: The workshop will take place at the TITANIA hotel in the centre of Athens.
Accommodation: Special prices for the workshop attendants are provided by the TITANIA hotel. A range of accommodation alternatives are available in Athens, within short distance from the venue. Due to the summer season, we highly recommend your early booking.
Language: The workshop will be held in English
Contact the Athens Workshop Organisers