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In line with the European policy towards its Southern neighbourhood countries and partner countries’ objectives in their energy and climate change transition, MeetMED II project aims at contributing to enhancing energy security of beneficiary countries while fostering their transition to low carbon economy. This shall contribute to more stable, efficient, competitive and climate-resilient socioeconomic contexts. A first project phase (MEETMED I, from 2018-2020) has paved the way for this second project phase (2021-2024) by identifying specific bottlenecks to address on the theme of energy efficiency in the building and appliances sectors. Indeed, the building sector is one of the largest energy-consuming sectors, responsible from 20% up to 35% of energy consumption of the MeetMED target countries.

This second phase aims at strengthening the implementation of EE measures and improving countries’ energy mix by focusing on building and appliances’ sectors. The multiscale, multi-partner and inclusive approach at local and regional levels will foster regional cooperation. The project aims at supporting the massive deployment of renewable energy and energy efficiency measures in building and appliances’ sectors (Sub-objective 1), while at the same time increasing public awareness on energy’s major stakes and challenges, and needed investments in these sectors (Sub-objective 2).

The design and implementation of the MEETMED project is entrusted to MEDENER, which is an international no-profit organization gathering agencies from North and South of the Mediterranean region in charge of implementing public policies on energy efficiency and promotion of renewable energy sources; and to the Regional Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE), which is an intergovernmental organization aiming to enable and increase the adoption of renewable energy and energy efficiency practices in the Arab region. Experts will be mobilized around tackling regulatory matters as well as technical, financial and social issues, from the identification of projects to their implementation and monitoring phases. Based on the experimentation of several new tools and actions, it will act from the local up to the regional level, and increase the sharing of experience for more robust and impactful measures to be widely replicated.

MeetMEDII was launched on 7th of April. PEEB took part to the third session “Round table on regional initiatives” to give an overview of PEEB activities in Morocco and Tunisia.

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