The Energy Priority Area and the Czech Life Sciences University in Prague, Faculty of Agrobiology, Food and Natural Resources co-organized a one-day workshop on 30th April 2015 in Prague with participants from all over the Danube region. The RECROS project aims at creating a tool and common strategy for the assessment of the use of renewable energy sources with special emphasis to the environment in the Danube region.
Following the opening speeches by the Czech Executive National Coordinator Eliška Gerthnerová and the Priority Area Coordinators Markéta Ročejdlová from the Czech Republic and Szilárd Árvay from Hungary, detailed information was provided to the participants about the DANUBE Transnational Programme by Tereza Tkadlečková from the Czech Ministry for Regional Development to give the participants overview about the programme as the RECROS aims to apply for funds from Danube Transnational Programme. After this introductory overview the participants have been asked to present themselves.
The main aim of the kick-off workshop has been to finalize the project concept, especially to decide upon which areas the project will target and to concretize the working packages as well as the role of the project partners in the future project. Based on these inputs, the concept will be further developed so that it can apply for financing in 2015 from the newly established Danube Transnational Programme or other EU funds.
You can see the introduction of the participants as well as agenda & presentations below: