COMPOSE PLUS, more than 45 local autorities signed the Memorandum of Understanding
Today the final event of the COMPOSE Plus project was held in Rome.
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The COMPOSE Plus is the logical successor to the Green Partnerships and COMPOSE project that responds to the need to improve collaboration between territories and stakeholders to capitalise on the successful sustainable development planning COMPOSE tool, demonstrating its practical use value in development planning, supporting policy makers and planners to mature projects towards clean energy transition.
Over nearly 15 months, 11 highly motivated partners from 7 MED countries have worked to transfer, adopt and mainstream COMPOSE tool and therefore increase their planning capacity and also capacity of several more stakeholders, to be better prepared for absorption of EU and cohesion funds, especially in the energy sector.
In the final phase of the project, partners signed a Memorandum of Understanding, to further use the COMPOSE tool in their operations, to support mainstreaming and to support further uptake of COMPOSE approach in respective countries.