The 3 Istrian Energy Days, Pazin 2018 (Croatia), are organized in the framework of the Energy Week with the aim to raise awareness about improving energy efficiency, introducing renewable energy sources, and adapting to climate change. The focus was to encourage networking and dissemination of various projects from the region and beyond.
In the 2nd day session, main outputs and future expected outcomes form IMPULSE project were presented to high-school pupils, representatives from the public sector (ministries, local and regional public authorities) and to various development agencies.The results of the Partners from EIHP and the City of Osijek presented the general purpose of the project and the expected outcomes. Afterwards, the focus was given on already implemented activities in Activity 3.3.: Classification of public-building typologies in pilot Cities, Activity 3.4.: Typologies' energy-simulation surveys and Activity 3.5.: Typologies' renovation planning and potential financing were presented and related outcomes, with on overview on future actives.
The representatives from local public authorities (mainly from the Istrian Cunty) were highly involved in discussion and interested in potential replicability of tools developed within the WP3.For dissemination purposes, a stand with promotional events and banners was organized.