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  Monthly newsletter n°239 - April 2016  
    Policy brief: At the crossroads?

I have carefully read the Financial Times, every day during a month and energy issues are making the cover every two days describing how bad the traditional energy sector is doing economically; and if it is not about crazy French who want to invest in Hinckley nuclear plants or about the (...)
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#bornova2016 - Multi-level cooperation from Paris to Marrakech
As Eduardo Lopez Moreno from UN Habitat puts it rightly : "The cities that are most prosperous are not those that strongly compete with each other, but (...)
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€23m for sustainable transport in the Greater Dublin Area
121 projects will benefit from public national funding to make public transport more sustainable and attractive. The Irish Ministry for Transport, (...)
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Local innovative financing schemes - INFINITE insights in Parma
Eleven Energy Cities’ members and associated partners have set up local innovative financing schemes thanks to the support of the Infinite Solutions (...)
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District heating & cooling: Sharing and learning in a cross-municipality workshop in Denmark
Representatives from the six case study cities of the progRESsHEAT project gathered mid-March in Denmark for a cross-municipality workshop and study (...)
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Smarter Together in Lyon, Munich and Vienna!
Lyon, Munich and Vienna are the three leading cities of the recently launched Smarter Together project. Supported by the European Union in the framework of (...)
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