ANME, National Agency for Energy Management in Tunisia saw on that occasion extended his mandate for one year Presidency.
It was also an opportunity to take a rich balance sheet for 2015 and to present the 2016 outlook to accelerate the energy transition in the Mediterranean region.
This year 2015 marks a turning point for MEDENER, who was entrusted the coordination of the Union for the Mediterranean Platform on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, co-chaired by the European Commission and the Jordan, in partnership with RCREEE (Regional Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy efficiency) and RES4MED (Association for Renewable Energy solutions in the Mediterranean).
MEDENER has developed a work program to:
Rich of enhanced cooperation and expanded in 2015, MEDENER, with the support of ADEME has worked to build a scenario for the energy transition by 2040 with the expertise of OME (Mediterranean Observatory energy) structured around three ambitious objectives :
So many partnerships, including with developed CEFEB (AFD training center), were used to develop a roadmap on the capacity building of the actors of the building sector including social housing represents one of the priorities for action . Regional workshops were also organized with the participation of four countries: Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria and Lebanon.
2015 finally saw an evolution of statutes MEDENER which led, first by the establishment of a real secretariat now provides the interface with regional partners and donors and secondly, by developing communication tools in particular, its new website.
In 2016, according to the goal of accelerating the energy transition in the region, MEDENER activity will result in the official launch of the EE & RE platform (in the first half of the year) and the implementation of key actions: