On October 4, CEESEU project manager Baiba Šelkovska participated in a seminar organized by the Interreg Estonia-Latvia programme project “Smart Living” in Valka town. Local municipalities` specialists, entrepreneurs, and other energy community members were gathered at the event to learn more about activities that would help survive the energy resource crisis in both the public and private sectors. Estonian and Latvian municipalities’ representatives shared their experiences on saving energy and money.

Considering that careful planning of works not only within the building but on a broader scale is of great importance, the seminar participants were informed about the planned training in the CEESEU project, which will take place in January next year. Currently, the SECAP training is being communicated to local government specialists to stimulate interest and find potential training participants.

Written by Anita Āboliņa, Communication manager at Vidzeme Planning Region