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Main information on PrioritEE PLUS 




Transferring the PrioritEE Decision Support Tool to public authorities in the MED area – PrioritEE PLUS




PrioritEE PLUS


ID Number






MED Community


Efficient Buildings


Type of Project


Transferring Project




Interreg-MED - IV Call


Priority Axis


Priority Axis 2 : Fostering low-carbon strategies and energy efficiency in specific MED territories: cities, islands and remote areas


Total budget


494,26 K€




420,12 K€ (85% co-financing)






Lead Partner


National Research Council of Italy

Institute of Methodologies for Environmental Analysis CNR-IMAA (IT)



-     NOVA University Lisbon, School of Science and Technology - FCT NOVA (PT)

-     University of Zaragoza – UZ (ES)

-     National Laboratory of Energy and Geology – LNEG (PT)

-     Municipality of Narni (IT)

-     Aragonese Federation of Municipalities, Counties and Provinces – FAMCP (ES)


Associated Partners

-     Municipality of Potenza (IT)

-     Società Energetica Lucana (IT)

-     I.T.S. Efficienza Energetica (IT)

-     C.S.P. Gestioni Termiche srl (IT)

-     CONFAPI Terni (Italian Confederation of Small and Medium Industries) (IT)

-     Ordine degli Ingegneri della Provincia di Terni (IT)

-     University of Basilicata (IT)



-     CIMLT - Comunidade Intermunicipal da Lezíria do Tejo (PT)

-     RNAE - Associação das Agências de Energia e Ambiente (PT)

-     ENA – Agência de Energia e Ambiente da Arrábida (PT)

-     IREC - Institut de Recerca en Energia de Catalunya (ES)

-     DPT - Provincial Government of Teruel (ES)

-     EUROMED Cities Network/City of Nice (FR)

-     Regional Development Agency of Western Macedonia SA - ANKO (EL)

-     City of Karlovac (HR)


Overall Objective

To capitalize on the experience of the PrioritEE project and improve, through transnational cooperation, the effectiveness of local policies on sustainable energy use, strengthening the capacities of public authorities and stakeholders in the evaluation, definition and adoption of analytical tools for increasing energy efficiency of public buildings.


Main activities

The PrioritEE Decision Support Tool (DST), the key output of PrioritEE, is improved to facilitate its transferring to new territories and its application among different governmental levels (e.g. municipalities, energy agencies, public institutions) to support local action plans (e.g. SECAP).

A structured training and transferring process is implemented to support the use of the Decision Making Support Tool – DST in the territories of the partners’ MED area.

In particular, on-line and in-person capacity building activities are organized including training courses, in local languages and in English, study visits and peer learning activities among the project partners and within the Efficient Buildings community. Key local actors will support the transferring process through a multi-level communication and contribute to the definition of recommendations for local strategies and plans.


Expected Outputs

-     Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs) on DST uptake:

The main result of the project will recognise an effective transfer of the improved PrioritEE DST and its concrete uptake by the relevant local governments, through the development of ad-hoc Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs). At least three MoUs, developed with the 3 main “receiver” partners will be signed by the participant local authorities to testify the effectiveness of the transferring process, contributing to the programme result indicator “Share of sub-regional and local energy efficiency plans including adapted measures for public building stock”.




Filomena Pietrapertosa – Project Leader

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Monica Proto – Communication manager

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Section about PRIORITEE that was implemented from February 2017 to July 2019 

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