Learn from best practices on innovative financing to implement sustainable
energy and climate action projects,
especially within the framework of the Covenant of Mayors
Peer to Peer Learning Programme for Cities and Regions
INDIVIDUALS FROM EU CITIES, REGIONS AND ENERGY AGENCIES
Sharing Information and Experience
Peer mentoring is a one-to-one relationship between a mentor and a mentee characterised by more in depth counselling and joint problem solving.
A group of mentees will visit a mentor to exchange knowledge, learn from best practices in securing finance, and interact with key stakeholders.
PEER MENTORING ACTIVITIES AND
IN 3 YEARS
LEARNING CYCLES, STARTING IN SPRING 2018, AUTUMN 2018 AND SPRING 2019
5 Thematic Learning Modules
Step by Step
How about establishing relationships with like-minded local and regional administrations across Europe?
When leaders put their heads together is when the gamechangers emerge; collaboration is key, especially in the world of urban finance. Take the chance to establish a strong network and stay connected to the future!
Become a leader in innovative finance among others and in the eyes of the Commission and other EU organisations and businesses.
Not just during the visits, but also during PROSPECT workshops, presentations, events, and dissemination activities throughout our Europe-wide network.
This is an excellent opportunity to look back at your progress, and learn to articulate your key achievements.
Even leaders can learn, and visiting cities have often helped hosts to develop fresh insights into the course of their progress.
Don’t waste your time and resources on issues that other cities / regions have already solved. Why battle through the bushes when the road to success has already been paved?
Hosts don’t want to educate you with an instruction manual; these visits are about structured dialogue that will help you evaluate your options and be inspired by new possibilities.
Study visits consistently yield results that either translate into direct replication of learned practices, or into fundamental insights that guide future policy.
Get the chance to be certified as an innovative financing professional at the end of the programme.
Online Orientation Session
Online Learning Plan Development & Peer Learning Activities
Physical Visit and Peer Learning Activities
Online Transferability Assessment & Evaluation - Feedback
The innovative financing schemes that will be studied include mainly: "Energy Performance Contracting", "Third Party Financing", "Revolving Funds", "Soft Loans", "Green Bonds", "Guarantee Funds", and citizen finance, such as "Cooperatives" and "Crowdfunding"
Private Buildings: Buildings owned, managed, or controlled by private individuals or corporations.
Public Buildings: Buildings and facilities owned, managed, or controlled by public authorities.
Transport: Provision and management of mass transit systems by public authorities, as well as private transport.
Public Lighting: Provision of public lighting (e.g. street lighting and traffic lights) owned or operated by public authorities.
Cross Sectoral: Interventions falling under two or more thematic areas; climate change adaptation; local electricity production; and local heat/cold production.
Peer mentoring: 15 mentors and 15 mentees in 3 years
Study visits: 15 mentors and 105 mentees in 3 years