Workshop-Regional strategy in Vorarlberg, a source of inspiration for our territories

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This half-day workshop is dedicated to elected officials and those involved in the definition and implementation of regional sustainable buildings strategies in their sustainable energy action plan, and their vision of positive energy territory for 2050

Workshop details

Title: Regional strategy in Vorarlberg, a source of inspiration for our territories

Date: 01st october, Isle d'Abeau, France

Duration: 3 hours

Location: Amphithéâtre de la Communauté d’Agglomération des Porte de l’Isère 17 avenue du Bourg, L’Isle d’Abeau, France

Target audience: Elected people

Number of participants: 15

Workshop topics

  • Topic 1: Regional energy strategy
  • Topic 2: Service package for supporting local authorities
  • Topic 3: Economic development of SMEs

Workshop outputs

Vorarlberg (Austria) has developed a strategy to become territory positive energy in 2050. In addition to the development of renewable energy, much of the work focuses on reducing energy needs in buildings (public and private). If the issue of energy efficiency in buildings remains important, other aspects of sustainability are not forgotten:maximum comfort for users, use of local materials, development economic planning through the growing competence of local SMEs ... For many years, Rhône-Alpes stakeholders have built partnerships with Vorarlberg through several European projects (NENA, ENERBUILD, mountEE, CABEE, ViSiBLE ...), study visits of elected officials and Vorarlberg expertise on some buildings. These partnerships have enabled Rhône-Alpes and territories including North GPRA sustainable Isere, Savoie Metropolis, the Gresivaudan Community Commons Oisans, taking inspiration from Vorarlberg in the development of tools for developing strategies territory and adapt some tools: support service to communities, cross compliance of government incentives related to environmental performance described in reference to environmental quality of the building.

Sources and further information


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Laurent Chanussot, RAEE