Emissions reductions, improved health, better air quality, and new employment opportunities are only a few examples of the 'multiple impacts of energy efficiency'. What are other ancillary benefits of energy efficiency measures? And how can your city assess and monitor them?
The new Multiple Impacts Calculation Tool (MICAT) project has launched a call for European municipalities to help develop a comprehensive approach and user-friendly online tool to estimate the multiple impacts and benefits of energy efficiency measures.
Join the MICAT team as a Pilot City and contribute to the MICATool!
MICAT has launched an open call for local or regional municipalities who are actively working with quantifiable energy efficiency data to meet ambitious climate goals.
Three selected cities will receive exclusive training, networking opportunities, and 9,000 EUR in financial support in exchange for their active participation and expertise to help co-develop and validate the MICATool in their city over a two-year period.
The MICATool Pilot City Application is comprised of two parts:
Both forms need to be completed and submitted to be considered for participation.
Applications are due by 1 March 2021, 17:00 CET.