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Center of Excellence for Renewable Energy,
Energy Efficiency and Environment – CERE (Austria)

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Established in Vienna, CERE is a nonprofit organization and network of experts acting worldwide in an interdisciplinary and multicultural way. It links professional competence, know-how and the most up-to-date technologies in the area of renewable energy, energy efficiency and environmental technology.

CERE is financed in major part by stakeholders representing the private sector, mainly SMEs working in the field of renewable energy. CERE provides a wide range of services ranging from partner network management, project development and management to public relations. Services also include team coordination, coaching, workshops for experts, experts meetings as well as the entire process management and handling of support applications.

CERE wishes to bring to the GovernEE project an added value relaying on its sound experience in the management of projects focused on energy challenges for more than 10 years as well as on the know-how delivered by its Competence Centre dealing with energy efficiency challenges.

CERE wants to amplify the value of these buildings, by boosting the energy efficiency and enhancing the historical and cultural significance of the protected buildings. CERE will provide transnational quality control of research activities and a continuous support in the development of methodology and research for the ICT tool pilot. The institution also hopes to build up a municipality network in energy efficiency.


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This project is implemented through the Central Europe Programme co-financed by the ERDF.