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Introduction to the IEC-SME project

Intelligent energy IEC-SME project.

The municipal enterprise PEMSA participates in the IEC-SME project, co-financed through the Project Intelligent Energy for Europe of the European Commission (call for projects 2005) of the Intelligent Energy Executive Agency (IEEA), being aimed at elaborating a standard procedure to improve energetic competition in SMEs, which has to be simple, efficient, transnational and non-profit.

IEC-SME is a transnational initiative of public (provinces, chambers of commerce, universities, energy agencies) and private (SME, consultancy centres, agency clusters) entities from across the European Union. The objective of this project is to optimize the use of energy in order to improve the competitiveness of SMEs in the industrial areas of Moncada. Initiated on the 29th of December 2006, the project is scheduled to be completed in June 2009, being allocated a global budget for all project partners of EUR 1,642,000, of which 50% is co-financed by the European Commission.

Official website of the project: www.iecsme.eu

General view of the transnational meeting for the launch of the project, held on the 31st of January and 1st of February 2007 at the headquarters of the Valencian Community Foundation-European Region.

The objective of this project is the training and transfer of good practices for the SMEs in the area of Moncada. In this respect, good practices and information shall be shared and exchanged in the European sphere in order to reduce and optimize the energy consumption within the companies in Moncada through the creation of a simple, efficient, transnational and sustainable standard procedure of optimization of the energy for SMEs.

Meeting of the partners from the Valencian Community participating in the project, held in Moncada on the 3rd of July 2007. In the photo, representatives of PEMSA, the Energetic Agency of La Ribera, the Chamber of Commerce of Valencia, the Valencian Community Foundation- European Region and AIDIMA.


The IEC-SME project aims to create an integrated knowledge chain intended to increase energetic competition of SMEs among specialty knowledge providers such as universities, educational centres, energy agencies and chambers of commerce and organizations with business interests providing support services to companies. The aim of this project is to increase the awareness of SMEs on energy saving, increasing its efficiency and the use of renewable energy, reducing emissions, improving competitiveness and promoting the investment in working methods related to renewable energies and sustainable development.

Objectives of the Project:

  • Facilitate the provision by business support entities of advice on energy related issues to regional points of SMEs, with the aid of specialists in the field.

  • Implement benchmarking processes intended to help SMEs interpret their energetic yield and elaborate a draft of recommendations to improve their necessities.

  • Create a database containing specific information on the energetic yield of SMEs, such as the EPI. This database shall serve as a starting point for the monitoring process.

  • Help SMEs identify new opportunities to improve their energetic yield through benchmarking processes which shall be placed at their disposal.

  • Give greater visibility to good practices intended to improve the energetic yield of SMEs and to resulting benefits.


Participants in the transnational meeting for the coordination of the project held at the Chamber of Commerce of Valencia on the 19th and 20th November 2007.
The city of Moncada participates in this project together with other 24 European entities grouped in the regions of Saxony (Germany), Tyrol (Austria), Tuscany (Italy), West Midlands (England) and Gran Llanura (Hungary); also participate in the Project, from the Valencian Community the Valencian Community Foundation-European Region, the Chamber of Commerce of Valencia, AIDIMA, the Energy Agency of La Ribera and the municipal enterprise of the City Council of Moncada PEMSA.