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  Monthly newsletter n°263 - July 2018  
    EU energy policy: what’s in store for you in the fall?

Ever heard of JOMO? It stands for “joy of missing out.” For this summer’s newsletter, we thought you’d have a much easier time chilling out during your vacation if you know now what to expect upon your return. The month of June was hectic. Negotiations on the renewables and energy efficiency (...)
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How deep is your love…for cars? - Hamburg’s methods to reduce emissions
Germans are a truly cool people, but when it comes to their cars, some of them can’t take a joke. Germans love their BMWs, VWs and Porsches and are very (...)
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Artificial Intelligence - the next frontier for local energy transition
From drones, self-driving cars and robot vacuum cleaners sweeping our homes to chatbots answering our service requests, artificial intelligence (AI) is (...)
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Investing in solar energy: follow the unusual example of a Belgian cooperative
It is a first in Belgium! At a time when citizens’ initiatives are mushrooming across Europe , in Mouscron the community energy cooperative COOPEM was (...)
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Spain: new policy, new energy for cities
Preoccupied as media are by Brexit, Donald Trump and France’s World Cup victory, we can easily miss out on the domestic issues facing our neighbour to the (...)
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Community voices in Luzy: village of the future, mates of the future
I am part of the facilitation team supporting POTEs (Ordinary Energy Transition Pioneers) at Energy Cities. POTEs are every-day-life innovators and (...)
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Fostering District Heating and Cooling in European Cities – Policy recommendations from the HEATNET project
You have probably heard about the advantages of District Heating and Cooling systems: they increase energy efficiency, reduce CO2 emissions and contribute (...)
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