Energy Economy Week

25.5. - 29.5.2020, Island of Krk (Croatia)

The Green Deal calls for new means to build energy efficient and low carbon economies. ALLIES and two other projects funded under the EU Climate Initiative (EUKI) of the German Government jointly invite practitioners, protagonists and policy makers to share their experiences, to learn about new tools to implement climate plans and to build new partnerships.

Monday, 25 May
Tuesday, 26 May
Wednesday, 27 May
Thursday, 28 May
Friday, 29 May
ALLIES Conference Joint Conference Day
Transition Countries and INEM Conference

  • Presentations of ALLIES project results
  • Sharing of experiences with Polish, Hungarian and German project partners
  • Discussions with representatives from EC, international organizations and representatives from transition countries
  • Energy Transition Reports per country
  • Parallel program: INEM New Energy Economies Conference with international experts
  • Networking and capacity building for funded projects and joint actions in transition countries
  • INEM board meeting
  • Internal ALLIES project meeting
  • Meeting of ALLIES Advisory Board
  • Discussion of ALLIES project results: White Book, Tools and Guidelines
  • Capacity building and networking on the ALLIES market place
  • ALLIES and other EUKI projects in transition countries
  • Krk, a zero emission, sustainable island (including excursion and social dinner)
  • Keynotes and panel discussions: challenges of climate and energy transition; networks and alliances; proven strategies and new approaches
  • Site visits to new energy, zero waste and other sustainability sites on the Island of Krk

Participation for all parts of the conference week is free. You can register for the entire conference week or select per day.
Conference leaflet with further information - PDF to download

For any questions, please contact Katinka Györki-Vincze:

Our partners

IKRE project shall help Krk to become the first energy-autonomous island in the Mediterranean region. The project is part of an extensive sustainability strategy on the island. Krk shall become a role model for other islands and many transition countries demonstrating that carbon neutrality and tourism need not be mutually exclusive.

BEACON project tackles the challenge of energy poverty – a phenomenon that particularly affects municipalities in Central and Eastern Europe. Based on the assessment of relevant statistical data and a field research in three Romanian counties the project singles out a set of weaknesses and provides public policy recommendations.