Who we are

Partners of the PrioritEE PLUS (2021-2022)



  National Research Council of Italy - Institute of Methodologies for Environmental Analysis - CNR- IMAA (IT)
  NOVA University of Lisbon, School of Science and Technology.  – FCT NOVA (PT)
  University of Zaragoza – UNIZAR (ES)
  National Laboratory of Energy and Geology – LNEG (PT)
  Municipality of Narni (IT)
Aragonese Federation of Municipalities, Counties and Provinces – FAMCP (ES)
Associated PARTNERS



 Municipality of Potenza (IT)

Società Energetica Lucana (IT)

Regional Development Agency of Western Macedonia SA - ANKO (EL)

CIMLT - Comunidade Intermunicipal da Lezíria do Tejo (PT)

City of Karlovac (HR)



I.T.S. Efficienza Energetica (IT)

EUROMED Cities Network/City of Nice (FR)

IREC - Institut de Recerca en Energia de Catalunya (ES)

C.S.P. Gestioni Termiche srl (IT) CONFAPI Terni (Italian Confederation of Small and Medium Industries)(IT)

Ordine degli Ingegneri della Provincia di Terni (IT)



DPT - Provincial Government of Teruel (ES)

RNAE - Associação das Agências de Energia e Ambiente (PT)

ENA – Agência de Energia e Ambiente da Arrábida (PT)

University of Basilicata (IT)

Partners of the PrioritEE project (2017-2019)

Target groups

  • Authorities responsible to define, develop, implement and monitor sustainable energy policies and plans at municipal level in target regions
  • Authorities responsible to define, develop, implement and monitor sustainable energy policies and plans at provincial/regional level in target regions
  • Ministries of Energy and the Environment 
  • Energy agencies, environmental agencies, development agencies which act as facilitator between local/regional governments and financial institutions for EE/RES projects
  • Utility companies, building managers in charge of public buildings maintenance
  • Regional, national and international networks and associations (i.e. Covenant of Mayors for Energy and Climate, ICLEI, Energy cities, URBACT, energy cooperatives, civil society organizations and NGOs
  • University faculties and research institutions focusing on energy themes, sustainable development, smart cities and communities
  • Public primary and secondary schools whose buildings are owned by Local Authorities and involved in EE/RES educational programmes
  • Large ESCOs and equipment producers and other energy management corporations 
  • Small and medium ESCOs
  • Chamber of trade and crafts, energy clusters in target regions
  • The MED Managing Authority (MA)and Joint Secretariat (JS)
  • Regional Managing Authorities 
  • Financial institutions (development and commercial banks) and specialized investment funds 
  • Crowd funding platforms for financing sustainable energy projects, web portals which promote news and projects on EE and RES