Stakeholders Committee

The Stakeholders Committee is an advisory body with experience in strategic and scientific issues relevant to the project. It consists of European and local key actors such as financing institutions, SMEs, industrial stakeholders, local society groups and supports the consortium towards fulfilling the project objectives. Its advice/contribution will be asked beforehand for the design and organisation of project activities.

The Stakeholders Committee is consisted of following 6 members:


GREECE Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving (CRES) CRES is the Greek national entity for the promotion of renewable energy sources, rational use of energy and energy conservation. CRES implements innovative projects and significant activities for the promotion and market penetration of new energy technologies. It has been appointed as the national co-ordination centre in its area of activity.
GREECE Technical Chamber of Greece (TEE-TCG) The Technical Chamber of Greece was established in 1923. It is a public legal entity with elected administration. Its headquarters are in Athens and has branches in 17 geographical regions.

It aims at developing Science and Technology in sectors related to the
disciplines of its members, for the economic, social, and cultural development of the country, in accordance with the principles of sustainability and environmental protection. The Technical Chamber of Greece is the official adviser of the State.

BULGARIA Association of Bulgarian Energy Agencies (ABEA) The Association of Bulgarian Energy Agencies is a non-government organization, registered by the law as a legal entity with non-profit purpose.

The founder members of the Association are legal entities – agencies for energy management on local and regional level, constituted with the financial and methodological assistance of the European Commission.

The mission of ABEA is to coordinate and to join the potential and the experience of its members and to present them and their positions to the Bulgarian governmental, regional and local authorities, the private communities and to the bodies of the EC and the reflex group (DG TREN) of the Directorate on Energy And Transport for Europe as well as to the energy efficiency network ManagEnergy and other international organizations and structures.

SPAIN Diputación de Granada/Agencia provincial de energía de Granada  The Energy Agency of Granada was created in 2001 under the SAVE European initiative by the Provincial Council of Granada. Once finished the project, the Agency has being earning more and more weight on the provincial administration policies, and now is the main ‘instrument’ that the provincial council has to undertake all his sustainable energy policies on the region os near one million inhabitants. The Energy Agency has worked on different projects to achieve a better energy use on the region, as Energy Audits in 152 municipalities until now, educational events, technical assessment, mobility studies, renewable energies facilities, etc. The Provincial Council of Granada entrusted during 2009 the management of the CoM to the Energy Agency of Granada.
SPAIN IM2 SYSTEMS SL IM2 SYSTEMS SL  is a company with a wide experience mainly related to photovoltaic plants