Illustration Covenant Supporters

Covenant Supporters are defined as not-for-profit organisations (associations of local and regional authorities, networks, thematic agencies …) with the capacity to promote the Covenant of Mayors and to mobilise and support their members and/or local authorities to reach the Covenant of Mayors’ objectives.

They take action on their territories and areas of expertise (e.g. energy, environment, water, air), and at different levels of governance (e.g. European, national, and regional/local) to promote the Covenant of Mayors initiative and support the commitments of their signatories. With expert knowledge of the regulatory, legislative and financial framework under which they operate - be it at the local/regional, national or European level – Covenant Supporters are ideally placed to provide tailored advice to signatories and identify synergies with existing initiatives.

Polish Network Energie Cités (PNEC)

Profile

President:Zbigniew Michniowski
Country: Poland
Website: http://www.pnec.org.pl

Contact

Main contact: Anna Jaskuła
Position: Director
Email: biuro@pnec.org.pl
Phone: +48 12 429 17 93

Strategy

Polish Network Energie Cites (PNEC) is supporting Polish Covenant Signatories and candidates for Signatories through assisting them in contacts with the COMO and by providing them with know-how, information and relevant documents concerning the SEAPs elaboration and joining the "bench-mark of excellence" initiative. Since the day of its adhesion, PNEC has been very actively promoting COM initiatives through publications and articles in profesional magazines as well as through presentations and information transfer during regional and international events, such as: 1. International Conference “COVENANT OF MAYORS ‒ European initiative for climate protection”, Krakow, 28-29 May 2009; 2. „Imagine the energetic future of your county"; exhibition and conference; Bielsko-Biała, August 31, 2009; 3. VII Congress of Polish Cities focused on quality of municipal services; PNEC organized a special session: European programs for climate protection – improvement of quality of life in cities (municipal energy policy); Gniezno, 25th September 2009; 4. Open Days - European Week of Regions and Cities; October 5-8, Brussels; 5. Meeting of the Committee of the Regions - Adaptation to climate change: local and regional policy in the European and national context; Toruń, October 20, 2009.

Benchmarks

Make use of "GOOD ENERGY"
Category: Other
Description: “Good Energy” exhibition - an excellent tool for promotion and information - is widely displayed in different Polish (Bielsko-Biała, Dzierżoniów, Gdańsk, Jasło, Kraków, Laszki, Łódź, Niepołomice, Poznań, Warszawa) and Ukrainian (Cherson, Lviv, Winnica, Zmerinka, Iwano-Frankiwsk) cities during conferences, fairs, seminars, workshops and Energy Days and everywhere met with great interest. This travelling exhibition is not only a source of best practices for those cities who wish to join the CoM initiative, but also motivating, convincing and… decorative argument. It can be borrowed free of charge and displayed during different events organized by a municipality. “Good Energy” exhibition can be visited on PNEC websites: www.apetytnaklimat.pl and www.pnec.org.pl/publikacje/wystawy.html
Signatories involved: Bielawa, Bielsko-Bia?a, Bydgoszcz, Chorzele, Cz?stochowa, D?browa Górnicza, Dzier?oniów, E?k, Gdynia, Gniewino, Jasienica, Kolbuszowa, Ko?cierzyna, Laszki, ?ubianka, Niepo?omice, Piaseczno, Przemy?l, Raciechowice, Stare Juchy, Szczyrk, Ustka, Warszawa, Wi

 


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Solar energy used in the rural municipality of Lubin (PL) en
“Green roofs” and „living walls” used by Polish municipalities towards improving energy efficiency of the buildings, conserving energy and protecting the climate. en
GOOD ENERGY Poster Exhibition en
Make use of "GOOD ENERGY" en
Last updated at: 1 September 2015
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