EURONET 50/50 MAX…
…aims at mobilizing energy savings in public buildings through the implementation of the 50/50 methodology in 500 schools and nearly 50 other public buildings from 13 EU countries. The 9-step methodology increases energy awareness of the building users and actively involves them in energy–saving actions. Achieved financial savings are shared equally between the building users and the local authority which covers the energy bills.
…will widely disseminate the 50/50 concept on the European and national levels to encourage more public authorities to implement the 50/50 methodology in their buildings.
…is a continuation of the very successful EURONET 50/50 project which tested the implementation of the 50/50 methodology in over 50 European schools and won the European Sustainable Energy Award 2013! Thanks to the new project, the 50/50 network will spread across Europe involving new schools and other public buildings.
…started in April 2013 and will last three years. The project is supported by the European Commission through the Intelligent Energy Europe (IEE) programme.