Border Midland and Western Region5 juni, 2015
BMW Region – Border Midland and Western Region
Border Mayo Energy Agency
We want to develop our biogas market and today we have no public CNG filling stations. Through this initiative we have a chance to inform our politicians about the societal and economical benefits from biogas and biomethane. This is a good opportunity to learn more from our partners in IPSE2020.
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Local Event – Presentations & workshops on Biogas Opportunities in the West of Ireland – Workshop sessions in afternoon.
24-28.08.2015 (10:00 -15.00)
Regional Training Centre, Castlebar, County Mayo
West of Ireland Region, local event will focus on how the region is increasing its engagement with the European Union and how we can benefit from learning from other EU regions. The event will showcase some examples of regional projects and initiatives that are tackling key European challenges, sharing best practice and improving local service delivery.
This one-day event will bring the Brussels Open Days back to the region, building on the themes debated in our Brussels event. We will look at successful projects and opportunities to learn from partners from other European countries. We will raise awareness about how West of Ireland Region is represented within the European institutions and the advice and support organisations which can be contacted locally.
The content of the event will be designed to engage the audience including people who have little or no previous experience of European work and funding, in order to raise their awareness of the opportunities available.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]