MEDENER implements energy-related and environmental strategies throughout the Mediterranean region and shares best practices.
MEDENER and its members participate in different types of landmark projects in the Mediterranean region.
MEDENER has set up a regional observatory to monitor energy-efficiency trends in the Mediterranean.
MEDENER develops training modules for decision-makers in the regions and technical modules for all professionals in the Mediterranean region.
Over the years, MEDENER has developed partnerships around the entire Mediterranean to strengthen its actions and raise awareness about energy issues among the public and institutions.
MEDENER holds annual meetings bringing together all actors and projects from the northern and southern banks of the Mediterranean.
The Environment and Energy Management Agency is responsible for implementing public policies in the areas of the environment, energy and sustainable development.
ADENE, the Portuguese Energy Agency is a private non-profit association, recognised as a public interest institution, with the mission to develop and enforce activities under public policies, to promote the efficient use of energy and water, by all and every day, contributing to a more sustainable society. ADENE´s vision is to be the centre of excellence for the energy transition, mobilizer of citizens and institutions, towards a more competitive, sustainable and low-carbon economy.
ALMEE, the Lebanese Energy Management and Environment Association, is involved in a wide range of activities linked to sustainable practices and environmental issues. This politically independent non-profit association works for better management of projects and technologies linked to energy and the environment, not only in Lebanon but also in the Mediterranean Basin and the rest of the world.
The Moroccan Agency for Energy Efficiency – AMEE is a strategic public institution, whose mission is to contribute to the implementation of the national energy policy, aiming at the reduction of energy dependence and the preservation of environment, through democratization and promotion of energy efficiency measures.
The National Agency for Energy Management (ANME) was founded in 1985. It is an administratively independent governmental organisation under the supervision of the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mines.
APRUE is a public industrial and commercial institution under the auspices of the Ministry of Energy. Its main role is to develop, implement and monitor national energy efficiency programs.
The Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving (CRES) is a government agency supervised by the Ministry of the Environment, Energy and Climate Change. It is financially and administratively independent.
CRES is active in the areas of sources of renewable energy (SRE), rational use of energy (RUE) and energy savings (ES). Its main goal is to promote technological applications in the areas mentioned above both at national and international level.
L’Agence italienne pour les nouvelles technologies, l’énergie et le développement durable (ENEA) est un «organisme de droit public destiné à la recherche et l’innovation technologique, ainsi qu’à la fourniture de services avancés aux entreprises, au gouvernement et aux citoyens dans les domaines de l’énergie, l’environnement et le développement économique durable» (Loi 221/2015).
L’Agence Nationale pour l’Efficacité Énergétique a été créé au sein de de l’ENEA conformément à la Directive Européenne 2006/32/CE (Décret Législatif 115/08).
The Energy and Water Agency in Malta is designing, implementing and disseminating public policy in the fields of water, conventional energy and alternative energy.
The Institute for Energy Diversification and Savings works in the areas of energy efficiency, renewable energy sources and transport. It advises the ministry on the implementation of energy policies.
The National Energy Research Center (NERC) has been established in Amman for the purposes of research, development, training in the fields of new and renewable energy and raising the standards of energy use in the different sectors and to promote the utilization of renewable energy in Jordan.
The Palestinian Energy and Environment Research Centre (PEC) is a national R&D institute responsible for energy efficiency, energy impact and renewable energy sources for the environment. Created in 1993, PEC is the national focal point for the coordination of all aspects related to the development of renewable energy sources, energy economies and protection of the climate in Palestine. According to the new reforms, PEC works under the auspices of the Palestinian Energy Authority and is supervised by its president.
Dear colleagues, ladies and gentlemen,
Let me express my gratitude for having endorsed my candidacy and having placed your confidence in me. I am aware this is a challenging commitment, but I stand ready to give my proactive contribution, along with the present MEDENER representatives, in order to build upon the successes of the last years as well as to fulfill MEDENER’s[…]
EUSEW 2019 - MEDENER and EUROMED cities network organise a conference on efficient buildings in MED on 19/06, at 5:15 - 7:45 - Jenkins Room, Charlemagne building, Brussels
Launch of the Rev’ACTE project (Réseau des Villes Alliées pour le Climat et la Transition Energétique – Network of Allied Cities for the Climate and Energy Transition)
Under an agreements signed in June, 2017, the Jordanian Minister of Agriculture tasked the NERC (National Energy Research Centre of the Royal Scientific Society) with designing, supplying; installing, running and maintaining a solar energy system to power water pumps for the agricultural sector.
In March, 2018, Tunisia’s ANME (National Agency for Energy Management), in partnership with the German international cooperation agency GIZ, organized a conference in Tunis on the theme of “Promoting women’s role in Tunisia’s energy sector”.
From 20 to 22 March 2019, a technical training workshop on energy efficiency and renewable energy indicators in the Mediterranean Region was held in Beirut bringing together twenty participants from Lebanon, Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia.