Alterenergy (Energy sustainability for Adriatic small communities)

is the new energy sustainability challenge which aims to promote energy efficiency and renewable energy production across the Adriatic area. It is the first strategic project funded within the cross-border Cooperation Programme IPA-Adriatic 2007-2013, which relies on 12.5 Million Euro total budget; it has been launched in September 2011 with 4 years duration. The initiative relies on a partnership of 18 organizations, regions, ministries and energy agencies belonging to all the countries of the Adriatic area: Italy (7 Adriatic Regions), Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia and it is led by the Mediterranean Department of Puglia Region with the scientific support of the Technology and Innovation Regional Agency (ARTI Puglia).


“The ALTERENERGY experience in the Adriatic area” in a final publication

on Thursday, 22 September 2016 07:19.

The last publication produced within the ALTERENERGY Strategic Project” is now available! Its title is: The ALTERENERGY experience in the Adriatic area – The network of renewable energy communities”. This document was created with the financial support of IPA Adriatic Cross-Border Cooperation Programme 2007-2013.


ALTERENERGY story: September 2011/ September 2016. Watch the project final video!

on Tuesday, 20 September 2016 06:21.

The ALTERENERGY project final video in now available online, in English and Italian version. It has been designed by Puglia Region - International Policy Coordination, Territorial Cooperation Unit (Lead Partner) for a larger dissemination in the European and Adriatic area. This video describes – by pictures, interviews and narrating voice – the Strategic Project experience: capacity building actions, investments, awareness raising activities, events and much more.


Alterenergy Strategic Project, online 2 technical publications by ARTI Puglia

on Wednesday, 21 September 2016 03:23.

The Regional Agency for Technology and Innovation - ARTI Puglia, as scientific support for the Alterenergy Strategic Project activities, has completed two new publications: the “D4.5 – Energy Sustainability Planning Recommendation and Guidelines” and the “D6.5 – Guidelines for Sustainable Energy Management in the Adriatic Area”.


The Apulian Governor Emiliano and the Albanian Minister Gjosha at the ALTERENERGY final event

on Saturday, 17 September 2016 11:36.

"ALTERENERGY represents a shared management model for the energy development policies in the Adriatic area – says Michele Emiliano, Governor of the Puglia Region – The investments made and the concrete results achieved so far, place Puglia at the center of a dense network of flagship companies, at the very forefront of the renewable energy sector".