Jana Cicmanova

Project Management

Jana speaks Czech, English, French, Slovak


Jana is managing European projects that focus on development, implementation and replication of innovative financing schemes as well as solutions for deep energy retrofit of private residential buildings.

She has been following our policy work and exploratory studies on climate mainstreaming in municipal and EU budgets. Finally, she works closely with our individual and collective members from Slovakia and the Czech Republic, with whom we strive to promote energy and climate policies at all levels in these (close to her heart) countries.

Jana Cicmanova

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Innovative Financing in Cities and Regions: Join a unique EU-wide P2P learning programme!

Innovative Financing in Cities and Regions: Join a unique EU-wide P2P learning programme!

The new Peer-to-Peer learning project PROSPECT H2020 has just launched its first call for applications! PROSPECT will offer you a total of 3 learning cycles on innovative […]

Structural Funds for Sustainable energy

Structural Funds for Sustainable energy

Learn about 10 successful sustainable energy projects co-financed through Structural Funds

SF Energy Invest is a European project supported by “Intelligent Energy” that aims to trigger investments in sustainable energy by using the Structural and Cohesion Funds (SF) of the European Union.
This brochure presents good practice examples of sustainable energy projects, implemented with the help of European Structural and Funds in ten different regions and cities in Europe.

Financing schemes increasing energy efficiency and renewable energy use in public and private buildings

Financing schemes increasing energy efficiency and renewable energy use in public and private buildings

Comparative study

Between March 2014 and February 2017, eleven Energy Cities’ members carry out peer coaching activities aiming at developing the expertise of local staff and at replicating two proved financing schemes tested by the cities of Stuttgart (DE) and Delft (NL) in learning local authorities.

Unlocking investment in cities

Unlocking investment in cities

Project review of five european local authorities

Energy Cities prepared a review of projects undertaken in the cities of Paris, Malmö, Barcelona, Bristol and Brussels-Capital that received support from the ELENA-EIB facility. The aim of this study is to identify the ways in which technical assistance programmes such as ELENA-EIB can help unlock investment in cities. The projects we reviewed cover a wide array of sectors, from public building refurbishment to public transport or renewable energy production.