To raise awareness about the benefits of energy efficiency and the EU’s work in this area, the EU Delegation to Georgia has launched an information campaign on energy efficiency under the slogan ‘Doing More with Less’.
Over the course of the next three weeks, the Delegation will share success stories of projects implemented with EU support in Georgia. The campaign will promote the benefits of energy efficiency, showcase the projects that impact communities and the environment they live in, and motivate change.
“A greener environment, enhanced energy security, more jobs, prosperous families and warmer houses are only some of the benefits of improved energy efficiency. Besides supporting the legislative reform process, we have made continued efforts to help businesses and citizens”, said Carl Hartzell, EU Ambassador to Georgia.
A total of ten public schools, seven kindergartens, and four public buildings have been renovated with the EU’s support in Georgia. In addition, businesses have been supported to introduce energy efficiency measures, thus lowering operation costs and investing the savings in new opportunities and jobs.
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