SOLE in Tunisia launches its campaign to improve the energy efficiency of buildings
The Fédération Nationale des Communes Tunisiennes (FNCT), Tunisian partner of the project SOLE, has produced a short video to raise awareness on the most correct behaviours to reduce energy consumption in public buildings, also through SOLE’s ACT GREEN campaign.
The video have been recently launched on FNCT’s Facebook page and watched by more than 1000 people.
By implementing ACT GREEN, an awareness campaign which offers easy-to-follow instructions and monitoring tools, public and private businesses as well as citizens can become more environmentally sustainable while also reducing their skyrocketing energy bills.
Taking inspiration from the Big Switch Off Campaign (Durham County Council - UK) by the Interreg Europe REBUS Project, SOLE has developed a toolkit to make the campaign a success, thanks to the contribution of the Italian partner Agenzia Regionale Recupero Risorse (ARRR).
The campaign is currently being implemented by the SOLE partnership but it is also going to be tested by a wider range of actors in the next few months, starting from various Tuscan municipalities in Italy.