A virtual conference entitled “Project outputs and fund opportunities for the municipalities” is scheduled for the 14th of July.

Three good practices presented in a webinar organized by the GREENABILITY project partners in June 2020.

TEESCHOOLS e-learning course on energy efficiency tools is now available on ENEA - Lead Partner - platform.




Local Public Authorities Involved


Students, teachers and school staff involved


TEESCHOOLS project lasted three years and succeeded in the establishment of a common  vision  among  technical and institutional project partners and the whole “Efficient Buildings” Mediterranean Community. 

The main outputs of TEESCHOOLS project are: 

  • A user-friendly web tool for stakeholders, LA technical staff, energy managers, which can also be used by non-experts, to perform simplified energy diagnosis of school buildings based on a minimum set of data on the building characteristics. The tool allows to perform a simplified evaluation of the building's energy performance and to choose the improvement actions with the best cost / benefit ratio. The tool is adapted to Mediterranean climate zones and allow to calculate the improvement of carbon footprint of the building after  its  energy  renovation 
  • An innovative database of BAT - Best Available Technics - for renovation of school buildings  
  • A Policy recommendation document, which synthetizes the main problems, barriers and some best practices for the full exploitation of energy efficiency potential of public building in each partner country.   
  • 89 open lessons in 7 countries involving 3000 students and school staff

Best practices can be transferred to other municipalities through: 

  • The MoU signed with municipalities of 7 different partner countries for the further use of  TEESCHOOLS results and knowledge base 
  • “Declarations of intent” with National Coordinators or other relevant national organization of Covenant of Mayors for the exploitation of TEESCHOOLS base of knowledge in national context  and for preparation of Sustainable Energy Action Plans