E-learning module
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E-learning module

The objective of the DACO action is to support the local authorities in the participating cities to acquire a common methodology to correctly monitor, evaluate and reduce their energy consumptions and CO2 emissions.

Training materials on BEI and SEAP

  • Introduction to the Covenant of Mayors
  • Climate Change - Learning about climate change's social, economical and ecological impacts will better equip personnel to take appropriate action sustainable development.
  • Policy tools - It is essential to know the policy in order to govern and influence the energy use and daily behaviours of energy consumption and CO2 emissions. Learning policy tools will enable identification of response measures on adaptation and mitigation of climate change impact. This training will improve preparation of strategic documents considering particularities of economic growth and the policy on reduction of emissions, connecting different sectors, and analysis of expected activities impact on them, as well as reflecting the issues on climate change, international commitments and potential benefits from reduction.
  • Training on Baseline Emission Inventory - Building a GHG Inventory is the first step in order to effectively monitor, evaluate, and reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions. This will enable collecting information and data which will characterise the energy and environmental profile of cities and territories involved in the action. Relevant parameters of energy consumption include: electricity, residential and public; heating, civil and public; public and private transport, industry, etc.
  • Training on Sustainable Energy Action Plans - Introduction
  • Training on Sustainable Energy Action Plans
  • Information on Stakeholders group
  • SEAP guidebook
  • SEAP template
  • SEAP template instructions

Signatories to the Covenant of Mayors also have access here to an E-learning module prepared by the Covenant of Mayors Office. To access the module, please click here