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CLEAN AIR PROJECT (2017-1-PL01-KA202-038377, CLEAN AIR)

Clean air curriculum as a base for clean environment

CLEAN AIR project (Clean air curriculum as a base for clean environment) begins this 2018 year. Granada Energy Agency is partner of the European CLEAN AIR project under the ERASMUS+ European call. the National Polish Office aproves this project with the number 2017-1-PL01-KA202-038377, "CLEAN AIR: Clean air curriculum as a base for clean environment", so the project starts officialy on the 1st of 2018, and finished on the 30th september 2019.

Brief introduction of CLEAN AIR project, Clean air curriculum as a base for a clean environment:

Starting from the need detected in our region, and in other European regions, the CLEAN AIR Project is proposed. A large part of households in EU countries continue to use the most commonly used typical fuels (diesel, coal and wood) for space heating. Only in Poland, the number of single-family homes that use coal and wood for heating exceeds 4 million buildings. Diesel, coal and low quality wood are still the cheapest source of thermal energy. They are often mixed with waste, which significantly aggravates the problem and the health effects.

In Spain and in Granada in particular, the main problem is associated with the use of diesel oil as the main heating source. In addition, by tending to cleaner systems for heating, it is tending to the use of small biomass stoves which are often made of poorly treated and / or poorly treated field residues, with the consequent problems for the quality of the air they can cause.

Given that the problem of air pollution affects all EU countries, it requires the application of a transnational approach that includes cooperation between countries, the exchange of experiences and the development of joint measures. Not only because the sources of air pollution and the solutions required for the problem are similar, but also because air pollution has a strong cross-border character. The project partners come mainly from one of the most important European hot spots, namely the Central and Eastern Europe area. The participation of Spain will allow the dissemination of the products and results of the project to other parts of the EU, beyond CEE.

The objective of this project is to raise awareness among rural communities in the countries covered by the project about the problem of air pollution, its reasons, the effects on health and the possible solutions that the inhabitants can take to mitigate the problem and reduce the local air pollution. This objective will be achieved by training rural teachers on the topic of air pollution and by giving them the educational materials they will use to teach their students and students about the problem. The project focuses on rural areas because public awareness of the problem is much lower among rural communities compared to the inhabitants of larger cities. Therefore, the project responds to the awareness and education gap that is the most serious within rural areas.


In Spain, the report "EVALUATION OF THE AIR QUALITY OF SPAIN 2016" was developed, which indicated the main 7 areas of the country with the highest air pollution. The seven zones mentioned are the following:

ES0118 “Granada y Área Metropolitana”

ES0508 “La Palma, La Gomera y El Hierro”

ES0901 “Àrea de Barcelona”

ES0902 “Vallès-Baix Llobregat”

ES1016 “L'Horta”

ES1301 “Madrid”

ES1308 “Corredor del Henares” 


To follow the progress of the project on social networks, do not hesitate to follow us on the twitter account: @CleanAirErasmus ,, https://www.facebook.com/CleanAirErasmusProject/ 

More information about the project on the official website of the project: http://cleanair-project.eu/ 

More information about ERASMUS+ European call here: http://www.erasmusplus.gob.es/


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ESMARTCITY PROJECT (Reference number 3130)

Enabling Smarter City in the MED Area through Networking

ESMARTCITY Project (Enabling Smarter City in the MED Area through Networking. This project is implemented through the European INTERREG MED program, cofunded by the EU ERDF funds) begins this year 2018. Granada Energy Agency is an official partner of ESMARTCITY European project under the INTERREG MED 2014-2020 program. The Joint Secretariat of the program approved the project with reference number 3130, "ESMARTCITY: Enabling Smarter City in the MED Area through Networking" on 16th January 2018, so the project has officially started on the 1st February 2018, being its end foreseen by 31st July 2020.

Brief introduction on ESMARTCITY project, Enabling Smarter City in the MED Area through Networking:


The EU wants to promote sustainable energy policies among its administrations, as well as promoting ICT solutions and better management of public services. Therefore, the promotion of Intelligent Network technologies - Smart Cities is vital for the EU. However, all the projects developed around this theme, and all the experiences are being directed mainly to cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants, and the resources and technologies must be able to adapt also to small and medium-sized municipalities in peri-urban and rural areas , the needs being very different.

For this reason, the GRAMAS de Diputación network detects the need to work on solutions for this type of municipality (those of the province of Granada in general), as well as building an online platform for small and medium-sized municipalities with less than 20,000 inhabitants in peri-urban areas. urban and rural areas where guidelines for the application of Smart Cities technologies in their municipalities will be available.

Starting from the need detected in our region, and in other regions of the Mediterranean arc, the ESMARTCITY Project is proposed. This project aims to exploit the potential of the MED area in the sub-theme of "green growth of smart cities" in order to increase the overall level of innovation towards the Europe 2020 strategy.

In many regions the problems of unemployment are shared, under the use of ICT, weak infrastructures, socioeconomic inclusion, competitive pressure, etc. And that is why the approach that the project wants to give is to find solutions to common problems of the different regions. To this end, both large metropolitan areas and small cities in rural areas are identified. Wanting to find solutions to specific local problems with a "bottom-up" approach.

The project will rely heavily on the lessons learned in the European 7PM project "SMARTSANTANDER" in relation to public innovative purchase, one of the main fields where you want to work.

The project follows a holistic approach to networking / clustering led by innovative clusters existing in the area. The Smart City concept uses the ubiquitous digital infrastructure of modern cities, enriching it with intelligent devices, integrated systems, sensors and actuators, in order to allow the implementation of innovative services / applications for end users / citizens. It can improve the innovation capabilities of cities, transforming them from simple objects to innovation ecosystems, producing new work and life scenarios in a bottom-up approach. Both companies and the academic world, citizens and public and municipal authorities benefit as suppliers and consumers of new applications / services. Despite the existing pilot demonstrations, the Smart City market remains largely driven by "technology." It is therefore important to create a public utility and a citizen attraction in order to implement these technological solutions.



To follow the project achievements on the social networks we will inform about it when those channels get open.

More information about the project in the official web site: https://esmartcity.interreg-med.eu/ 

More information on the Interreg MED European call: https://interreg-med.eu/

Lectures of the Sustainable Mobility OptiTrans conference on 19th September



Lectures of the Sustainable Mobility OptiTrans conference on 19th September

Optirans (Optimization of public transport for greening regional mobility. This project is implemented through the INTERREG EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF) project starts on January 2017. Granada Energy Agency is a partner of the European OPTITRANS project within the second call of the Interreg Europe 2014-2020 Operational Program. The Interreg Europe Operational Program Management Committee issued a resolution approving project PGI01997, "OPTITRANS: Optimization of Public Transport Policies for Green Mobility", and in such a way that the project officially begins on 1st January 2017, its completion being scheduled on December 31th, 2021.

Taking advantage of the European Mobility Week "Sharing get's you further" (16th-22nd September: http://www.mobilityweek.eu/) we organized the OPTITRANS international event on the 19th and 20th of September. This event consists of an exchange of experiences and training of technicians and municipal officials, so that the different municipalities are aware of actions applicable in their own municipalities to improve mobility. Now, the lectures of the event are available for everyone to be downloaded.


Program: You can download the program here Program of the Conference.

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Jornada de Movilidad Sostenible. Proyecto OPTITRANS (2)



Jornada de Movilidad Sostenible el 19 de Septiembre

El proyecto OptiTrans (Optimización del transporte público por una movilidad regional verde. Este proyecto está implementado a través del programa INTERREG EUROPE, programa cofinanciado por el Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo Regional - FEDER) comienza su andadura este año 2017. La Agencia Provincial de la Energía de Granada es socia del proyecto Europeo OPTITRANS dentro de la segunda convocatoria del Programa operativo Interreg Europe 2014-2020. El Comité de Gestión del Programa Operativo de Interreg Europe dicta resolución aprobando el proyecto PGI01997, "OPTITRANS: Optimisation of Public Transport Policies for Green Mobility", y con fecha 25 de noviembre de 2016, de tal manera que el proyecto comienza oficialmente el 1 de Enero de 2017, siendo su finalización prevista el 31 de diciembre de 2021.

Aprovechando la celebración de la Semana Europea de la Movilidad (16-22 de Septiembre: http://www.mobilityweek.eu/) se celebra el evento internacional del proyecto OPTITRANS. Este evento consiste en un intercambio de experiencias y de formación a técnicos y responsables municipales, de tal forma que los diferentes municipios conozcan acciones de mejora de la movilidad aplicables en sus propios municipios.

Día: Martes, 19 de Septiembre de 2017 de 8:45-14:00

TÍTULO: Jornada sobre Movilidad Sostenible. Proyecto OPTITRANS “Optimización del transporte público por una movilidad regional verde

Lugar: Salón de Actos de Diputación de Granada. C/Periodista Barrios Talavera, 1 - 18014. Granada

Asistentes: Técnicos y responsables municipales, técnicos de Diputación, técnicos de la Junta, y empresas relacionadas con la movilidad principalmente.

Inscripción: https://goo.gl/eFIyNc


Programa: Puede consultarlo pinchando aquí Programa de la Jornada.

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Cursos Pobreza Energética Granada


Diputación de Granada, Medio Ambiente

Coincidiendo con la celebración de la Semana de la Sostenibilidad Energética Europea entre el 19-25 de Junio, la Diputación de Granada y la Agencia Provincial de la Energía de Granada han desarrollado en las salas de formación de la Diputación de Granada 3 cursos de formación dirigidos a diferentes públicos de atención a la ciudadanía con la intención de desarrollar una red de Oficinas de Información al Consumidor Energético vulnerable en toda la provincia de Granada.

En principio, los 3 cursos desarrollados se han dirigido a diferentes colectivos que puedan atender en dichos PICe, llegando tanto a los puntos de información municipal PICs y OMICs, como a los servicios sociales de Diputación y los municipios, y a las Asociaciones de Consumidores, o los propios ayuntamientos que a pesar de no tener ninguna oficina de información al consumidor quieran prestar este servicio algunas horas a la semana en las propias dependencias municipales.

Programa: Puede consultar el programa de los cursos desarrollados aquí: Programa de la Jornada.

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