This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Alpine Space programme

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AIM

Alpine space In Movement, targeted to water & energy capitalization

Project partners

Project summary

The project Alpine space In Movement (AIM) aims at becoming a “megaphone” of the Alpine Space Programme (ASP) projects active in the field of water & renewable energy. AIM will capitalise on the achievements of the numerous ASP projects dedicated to the promotion of energy production from renewables and on the optimization of water resource exploitation. The importance of the issue was highlighted by the EU directive on renewable energy sources (RES-E Directive) and by the EU Water Framework Directive. AIM will focus more specifically on the hydropower generation and the preservation of natural ecosystems. Indeed while hydropower is the most important renewable energy in the alpine areas, it can also negatively impact the environment. Specific dissemination actions (seminars involving key stakeholders of target groups, web communication, publications, etc.) are foreseen and will address in priority the relevant actors at EU, national and regional policy level.

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Results

Results of a project can be differentiated in outputs, outcomes and impacts of an intervention. Source:OECD Glossary of Key Terms in Evaluation and Results Based Management.

Outputs
OutputCategoryLanguage(s)Target groupRemark
Brochure, flyer and project presentationOtherENPolicy maker; civil servants / administration; Planner; Scientists; Specific institutions; Civil society / citizenCurrently available outputs and results
Outcomes and Impacts

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Accessibility of project results

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