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Final event at the European Parliament

Final event at the European Parliament

Presentation of MAGHRENOV results at the European Parliament (8th of September 2016)

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European Parliament event - Highlights

European Parliament event - Highlights
By Chloé Friedlander 27 September 2016 @ 11:11am

On the 8th of September 2016, the MAGHRENOV Project held an institutional and dissemination session at the European Parliament in Brussels. This event was organised to celebrate the end of the Maghrenov project and to pave the way to new steps to support sustainable energy solutions in the EMIS. The first session was hosted by the European Parliament’s Delegation for relations with the Maghreb countries and the Arab Maghreb Union owing to the support of M. Pier Antonio Panzeri, Chair of the Delegation.

The objective of this event was to disseminate the MAGHRENOV findings and activities as well as to promote the debate within policy-makers and other relevant actors, such as researchers, national agencies, diplomats and consultants among others. In addition, this event was part of the continuum of the policy support activities in MAGHRENOV (WP6): the International Conference in Marseille and the MedCOP22. These events lead us to Marrakesh for the COP22, which will be a key spot for the continuity of the spirit of MAGHRENOV: the joint collaboration and the co-creation of solutions that will promote innovation and sustainability across the Euro-Mediterranean basin.

The event was divided in two sessions, an institutional one and another more technical-oriented session. The speakers came from the Consortium of the Maghrenov project, from the European Commission’s services and from other relevant institutions such as Euro-Med FP7 and H2020 projects, national agencies and international advisors in energy.

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