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Project monitoring SMAPUDE - 28.05.2015

For the preparation of the interim report – Mid-Term Report project results that were already measurable at this stage were partially evaluated. Precise and detailed evaluation of the results and outcomes of the project will be done after completion of the project.

Planned project outcomes Achieved outcomes

Evaluation

Increase awareness of use of biomass and solar energy by 30% --- Given the fact that public polling is scheduled at the end of the project, this figure is very difficult to assess at this stage of the project.
Change of fuel base from fossil to biomass and/or solar in 300 buildings 130 Value is corresponded for biomass heating facilities. New installations of solar equipment for the duration of the project are an area of 6000 m 2.
Reduction of CO2 emissions by 20,000 tons during project realization 7513 t

Data are not complete, lacks installation of solar technology.

Increasing of awareness of representatives of local governments and the privat sector about the use of biomass and solar energy by 30% ---

Given the fact that public polling is scheduled at the end of the project, this figure cannot be assessed at this stage of the project.

Formation an EKOKLASTER with at least 15 members by the end of the project 16

16 organizations have completed and confirmed their interest in establishing EKOKLASTER in Slovakia. It is a higher number than expected and this interest pleases us. This result also declared that the expert public has an interest to engage in cooperation, and thus create stronger competition environment in the market. During negotiations and work meetings members of the project team constantly reach out and talk to potential members to get involved in EKOKLASTER.

Increasing of awareness of high schol students by at least 50%

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The precise quantification of this objective will only be possible after completion of the project when an extensive investigation on awareness of students on the use of renewable energy sources will be carried out.