The formal template that Pact of Islands signatories have to use to present their chosen GHG emission factors, their overall strategy, the emission inventory in the baseline and target year along with the specific actions to realise the iSEAP objectives and targets.
The formal report that Pact of Islands signatories have to submit along with the iSEAP form to present more analytically the present situation of the local authority, the calculations to estimate the emission inventories and the planned actions.
A tool that can be used to simulate the energy profile of the local authority during the years of the iSEAP implementation by including a calculated baseline inventor, increase rates for the energy demand and production of the following years along with the expected impact by the planned actions in terms of energy saving and green energy production.
A tool that can assist to organise the energy data collected during the elaboration of the GHG emission inventories.
The formal template to be used by PoI signatories to submit the progress of their initially submitted iSEAP.
A note providing guidelines on how to use the “Pact of Islands - iSEAP monitoring template”
The formal report to be submitted along with the “Pact of Islands - iSEAP monitoring template” explaining analytically the progress on updated strategies, GHG emission reductions, actions’ realisation, key achievements and energy performance indicators.
A set of tool, methodology and guidelines to prepare and store questionnaires for the energy data collection process.
a. Energy - CO2 monitoring tool (excel 2010)
b. Energy - CO2 monitoring tool (excel 2003)
A tool to monitor the progress of the iSEAP in terms of total energy and CO2 emissions profiles along with calculation of indicators which can demonstrate the actual progress of the iSEAP according to the targets set.
i.Explanatory Note_ Energy - CO2 monitoring tool
c. Energy - CO2 monitoring tool (public sector) (excel 2010)
d. Energy - CO2 monitoring tool (public sector) (excel 2003)
A tool to monitor the progress of the public sector energy and CO2 emissions profiles. Either overall or analytical values per source of energy consumption or production can be monitored.
i.Explanatory Note_ Energy - CO2 monitoring tool (public)
A tool to monitor the progress of each individual action of the iSEAP in order to support the coordinator of the energy team in having an overview of all the planned actions of the iSEAP.