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  Monthly newsletter n°244 - October 2016  
    Policy brief: Turmoil in Belgium and elsewhere…

Even though the British Prime Minister gave the go-ahead to the construction of a nuclear plant in September, thus condemning tax-payers on both sides of the Channel to watch passively how public money will be used to shore up a centralised system, poorly adapted to the future, favourable winds (...)
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Five recommendations for 100% renewable cities: Report by Energy Cities
What does a 100% renewable energy target mean for a city ? Is it a possible utopia or a non-negotiable goal ? In their latest report, Energy Cities and the (...)
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Nantes, France: a "Great Debate" with citizens on the energy transition
Nantes Métropole (Nantes’ urban community) - a member of the Energy Cities network - recently launched a series of "Great Debates" (Grands Débats) on three (...)
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Exploring District Heating and Cooling in Denmark
Last September, Energy Cities brought together a group of French cities and representatives from ADEME (the French national energy agency) for a study tour (...)
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Local innovative financing solutions showcased in Climate Chance Summit in Nantes
Local authorities, including two Energy Cities’ members, showcased their energy efficiency investments at the Climate Chance Summit in Nantes. Small city (...)
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First Net Zero Energy Buildings in Hadera (Israel), an example to follow
Hadera, our first member in Israel, is known in its country as an energy city because it hosts critical energy infrastructures such as two national power (...)
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blog 17 October 2018
Support a fair energy transition by sharing your city’s experience


blog 16 October 2018
Policy brief: A call for local liberties


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