The Control Room is a tool created by the State aimed at coordinating measures and interventions for improving the energy efficiency of the Public Administration’s buildings on the basis of the Energy Regeneration Programme of the Central Public Administration Buildings (PREPAC – Programma di riqualificazione energetica degli edifice della pubblica amministrazione centrale).
The Control Room is composed of representatives from MiSE (Ministry of Economic Development) and MATTM (Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea). We are involved in the project by providing our technical support in collaboration with Enea (the national agency for the development of new technologies, energy and sustainable economy).
In 2014, 2015 and 2016 we provided our technical support to MiSE with reference to the submission of project proposals for accessing the programme. Out of the 89 projects proposed (for a total expenditure of €100mln Euros requested from the proposing PAs), we evaluated 34 projects for an expenditure equal to about €80mln.