The 1st learning cycle of PROSPECT will start in May 2018. Representatives from local and regional authorities can sign up as mentor or mentee to exchange knowledge and experience on how to apply innovative financing schemes. Each applicant can choose between the five learning modules of PROSPECT (Public Buildings, private Buildings, Transport, Public Lighting, Cross Sectoral) and decide whether to participate in a study visit or the Peer Mentoring programme.

Registration is open from 8th January to 16th February 2018! Apply Now

Interviews conducted by the PROSPECT team with representatives from cities, regions and local energy agencies in order to identify public authorities’ needs and knowledge gaps for sustainable energy and climate financing; namely, those of municipalities, provinces, regions and energy agencies, as a starting point for the elaboration and further reinforcement of the peer to peer learning programme implemented in PROSPECT.

On 5th and 6th July 2017 the PROSPECT consortium met for the Kick off Meeting in Brussels, Belgium. The main objective was to launch PROSPECT and initiate the effective implementation of its goals and objectives. During the meeting, there were discussions about the engagement process in peer to peer learning activities and the development of the learning programme.