ZeroC02 project activities aim at involving several European countries of the Mediterranean basin: Portugal, Spain, Italy and Greece.
|Provincia di Massa Carrara (Italy): project leader.
The Province of Massa Carrara is the northern extreme territory of Tuscany.
Very important industrial area, world wide known thanks its marble quarries.
|AREANATejo (Portugal): partner.
Founded in 2002 it is a Regional and Environment Agency from North Alentejo, Portugal.
AREANATejo is extremely involved in energy efficiency good practices spreading , environment safeguard and management. It has the mission to promote and develop activities that contribute to a major energy efficiency and a major use of endogenous resources, to develop projects and methods for a rational use of energy and resources and to disseminate best available techniques and procedures aiming to promote a local sustainable development.”
|CIMAA (Portugal): partner.
Comunidade Intermunicipal do Alto Alentejo. Association of several Alentejo region municipalities.
CIMAA aims at achieving a strong cohesion between the municipalities involved in this programme, in order to improve economic and social development of the region.
|AER (Spain): partner.
Agencia Energetica de la Ribera. The AER is an autonomous organism of the Consortium of La Ribera, organization formed by the County Council of La Ribera Alta and La Ribera Baixa; this organization works, since 2000, to promote in the region a culture of energy saving and efficiency.
|L'Alcudia (Spain): partner.
L'Alcúdia is a town and municipality in the province of Valencia, Spain.
|Legambiente (Italy): partner.
Born in 1980, Legambiente, widely known environmentalist Italian association, is a point of reference on main environment issues. The association deserved this important role thanks sharp scientific analysis promoted throughout the years.
|Kyoto Club Service (Italy): partner.
The Kyoto Club Service S.r.l. is a sister organization of Kyoto Club non-profit. Its main activities are educational training courses, organize for Kyoto Club and the commercial promotion of the organization. The Kyoto Club is a non-profit Italian organization founded in February 1999. Its members are business companies, associations, local municipalities and governments engaged in reaching the greenhouse gases reduction targets set by the Kyoto Protocol.
|The Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving (CRES) is the Greek national entity for the promotion of renewable energy sources, rational use of energy and energy conservation. In the demanding energy sector, CRES is dynamically active, in the frame of the national and Community policy and legislation, for the protection of the environment and sustainable development. Working in the state of the art of technology development, CRES implements innovative projects and significant activities for the promotion and market penetration of new energy technologies.|
The Development Corporation of Local Authorities of Cyclades S.A. is a Local Government enterprise, aiming primarily at: