The E²STORMED partnership is regionally well-balanced and partners have complementary characteristics and skills, giving significant added value to the project. The Lead Partner, Polytechnic University of Valencia, had considerable previous experience in transnational and interregional projects on energy efficiency and storm water management, guaranteeing optimal coordination between partners and a cooperative strategic attitude involving the key actors.
Moreover, the Grana and Maira Valleys Mountain Community coordinates the communication plan, ensuring the territorial impact and dissemination of results. The University of Abertay Dundee adds to the
project its huge experience on storm water management and assessment tools, completing the technical-coordination-dissemination leadership of E²STORMED.
The partnership is completed by local authorities and municipalities that will directly benefit from the project results. These MED cities will transfer positive experiences to adapt local policies to improve energy efficiency in the water cycle by the use of innovative storm water management solutions, acting as an experimental ground for the project.
Dott. Piergiorgio Aimar
Dott. Sandra Bertini - Dott. Marco Redini
Dr. Maria Symeonidou-Sideris - Mr. Emmanouil Michelekakis