The project stakeholders are (but are not limited to) the following:
• Those who are directly connected to the hammam institution such as hammam owners, hammam managers and their regional associations both male and female (as hammams are run by men and women at different times of the day).
• Those who are directly connected to the provision and operation of traditional hammam furnaces for heating both water and hammam spaces. These include furnace workers, providers and distributors of traditional fuel, producers and distributors of traditional hammam boilers.
• Those who have started some form of ecological transition such as the use of improved furnaces initiated by the AMEE, a project partner.
• Those who have been involved with the improvements of hammam furnaces post COP22 and the introduction of high efficiency biomass boilers.
• Local providers/distributors of solar energy technologies for hammams such as solar water heaters, solar powered water pumps and solar lighting.
• Suppliers of ecological technologies including, improved chimneys with minimum air pollution, heat exchangers, water saving technologies, water drainage and recycling
technologies, ecological cleaning products, hammam natural daylight and ventilation providers.
• Governmental organisations that are institutionally linked to the hammam sector such as the Ministry of Habous and Islamic Affairs (the main owner of heritage hammams), the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Sustainable Development, The Moroccan Agency for Energy Efficiency, and the Ministry of Crafts and Social Economy.
• NGOs and cooperatives with direct link to one or more aspects of hammam operation such as water recycling, hammam staff well-being and provision of biomass.
• Architectural practices with established experience in designing and or rehabilitating hammam buildings