Under meetMED II framework, RCREEE and MEDENER are organizing a training course and a study tour in Egypt on district cooling.
The event aims to promote knowledge and experiences exchange in the district cooling field in light of Egypt’s pioneer experience with the first & largest central cooling plant in Egypt’s new Administrative Capital.
Initially, the event agenda includes a-two day training course that will introduce the existing technologies and experiences in the north and south Mediterranean countries and propose optimal technologies, performances, and implementation mechanisms. A study tour for District cooling power stations in the new administrative capital will also be organized on the third day to exchange good practices and discuss innovative approaches and possible ways forward for promoting District Cooling activities.
Mitigation Enabling Energy Transition in the Mediterranean region (meetMED) project is an EU-funded project, developed by the Mediterranean Association of the National Agencies for Energy Management (MEDENER) and the Regional Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE).
Following the success of its first phase (MEETMED I, from 2018-2020), meetMED project commences its second phase aiming to enhance the energy security of beneficiary countries (namely Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine and Tunisia) while fostering their transition to low carbon economy. Accordingly, meetMED II will be contributing to the creation of more stable, efficient, competitive and climate-resilient socioeconomic contexts in the targeted countries.