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Thursday 4 February 2016

Local energy transition: French & German Covenant Clubs have recommendations to make for their governments!
By Floriane Cappelletti | 288 visits
On the occasion of a meeting last October in Ettlingen, the French & German Covenant of Mayors Clubs started working on a joint declaration, which was amended after COP21 and has now been adopted.
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Thursday 28 January 2016

Croatia’s first local energy revolving fund is in Koprivnica!
By Jana Cicmanova | 472 visits
When it comes to energy efficiency and innovative financing solutions, the city of Koprivnica is one the leading local authorities in Croatia. Together with its strategic partner Regional Energy Agency North (REA North), the municipality explored the opportunity to set up a local energy revolving fund that would finance its sustainable energy actions in the public sector.
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Tuesday 26 January 2016

The EU in Dutch hands: A semester of opportunities!
By Miriam Eisermann | 278 visits
Since January, the Netherlands are holding the six-months EU presidency as part of a rotating system amongst the EU member states. The Dutch agenda will be packed when it comes to climate and energy policies. Here is what cities can expect:
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Monday 25 January 2016

Energy Cities’ members delivering on their Covenant of Mayors CO2 reduction commitments
By David Donnerer | 414 visits
In the aftermath of the UN climate conference in Paris, we are proud to show that Energy Cities’ members are at the forefront of climate action. An evaluation of their performance in the Covenant of Mayors at the end of last year proved that they have managed to exceed EU ambitions in terms of CO2-emission reduction and energy efficiency, ahead of the 2020 benchmark.
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Friday 22 January 2016

Be part of Energy Cities’ biggest Annual event: 1-3 June 2016
By Miriam Eisermann | 173 visits
Right in the middle of Green Week 2016, we propose our 3-days conference in the Turkish city of Bornova (Izmir). It will ignite curiosity and INSPIRE CHANGE THROUGH COOPERATION.
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Sunday 17 January 2016

The Energy Transition Chronicles: Behind the scenes of successful energy transition processes
By Floriane Cappelletti | 322 visits
Energy Cities' publication "The Energy Transition Chronicles", driving you behind the scenes of successful local energy transition processes, is now available in English.
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Friday 15 January 2016

Tbilisi (Georgia): energy policy for the people
By Miriam Eisermann | 237 visits
Back in the 1990s Georgia made first steps towards energy efficiency through small-scale donor supported programs. Since then, a lot has changed and climate and energy action has scaled up considerably. Much of it happens at the local level, thanks also to the Covenant of Mayors' efforts in the area.
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Wednesday 13 January 2016

Frederikshavn, Denmark: Mobilising savings ‘sleeping’ on citizens’ bank accounts
By Jana Cicmanova | 302 visits
Local banks in the city of Frederikshavn confirm that citizens have never had such large savings on their accounts as they have today. However, it is not easy to convince them to make use of the money for energy renovation of their houses.
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mercredi 23 décembre 2015

Energy efficiency : Rustavi among the best municipalities in Georgia
By Blandine Pidoux | 255 visits
Our member city of Rustavi, together with other Covenant of Mayors signatories from Georgia, has been recently awarded for its local actions for energy efficiency.
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Friday 18 December 2015

What we achieved in 2015
By Claire Roumet | 541 visits
The UN climate summit in Paris was a milestone in a long year of silent revolutions: 2015 is a turning point for empowering territories in the energy transition to move towards a decarbonised, decentralised and diversified system.
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Thursday 17 December 2015

City of Parma encourages citizens to undertake energy renovation work in their homes
By Floriane Cappelletti | 612 visits
The municipality of Parma (Italy) has the ambition to reduce the cost of energy and energy poverty on its territory, while improving its citizens’ quality of life. As early as beginning of 2016, the municipality will launch a set of incentives and measures aimed at motivating citizens and local businesses to energy renovate their homes and buildings.
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Tuesday 15 December 2015

Paris climate agreement: Words needing strong action
By Miriam Eisermann | 507 visits
The UN Climate conference COP21 is over. And now? What remains of the euphoria that filled the plenary hall at the end of two intense weeks of negotiations? Shall we, the local and regional governments, clap or boo?
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Tuesday 8 December 2015

COP21 - Takeaways from week 1: Cities, power and Hollywood stars!
By Claire Roumet | 389 visits
As the second week kicks in, we thought the time was ripe to share some first impressions!
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Friday 4 December 2015

Local governance from A to Z: Energy Cities releases Positive Glossary of the Energy Transition during COP21
By Floriane Cappelletti | 672 visits
As Energy Cities held a workshop on local governance in the framework of COP21 just yesterday, the European association of local authorities in energy transition seize the occasion to release its latest publication.
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Tuesday 1 December 2015

COP21 host Paris releases Climate Adaptation Roadmap
By Béatrice Alcaraz | 1239 visits
Since Monday, Paris is hosting the UN Climate Summit. With the adoption by the Municipal Council of a Climate Adaptation Strategy, the city proves political leadership in terms of climate change. Paris wishes to share its political courage, innovation, imagination and the participation of all stakeholders with the international COP21 community in the aim of positively influencing the final climate agreement.
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Monday 30 November 2015

Victory for local energy! Swedish municipality of Växjö wins case against competition authority
By Floriane Cappelletti | 664 visits
Three years ago, the municipality of Växjö was sued by the national competition authority for requiring city owners to connect to its local district heating system. This Monday 16 November, the Stockholm District Court ruled in favor of Växjö, marking a victory for local sustainable energy projects, often unable to compete with free market imperatives.
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vendredi 20 novembre 2015

Zagreb, Vienna and Bielsko-Biala sharing their experience with Bratislava, Prešov and more...
By Jana Cicmanova | 417 visits
New Covenant of Mayors was officially launched and endorsed on the occasion of the Joint Covenant of Mayors & Mayors Adapt Ceremony held on 15 October 2015 in Brussels. The cities shall now commit to the European Union’s 2030 CO2 target : a 40% emission reduction by 2030. Moreover, climate mitigation and adaptation have been integrated into one single initiative.
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Monday 16 November 2015

Local elected leaders urge European Commission to reshape energy governance architecture
By Alix Bolle | 465 visits
Last Friday, less than a week before the release of the state of the Energy Union report, Energy Cities teamed up with the key four other European networks for sustainable cities to raise concerns over the governance of energy and climate policies.
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Thursday 12 November 2015

Bielsko-Biala : Where Poland shows that "low-carbon" is possible
By Miriam Eisermann | 359 visits
Poland's parliamentary elections (end of october) had one winner: the eurosceptic and fossil-fuel friendly Law and Justice party. It is to be feared that, as of now, European Union efforts to move to lower carbon energy will be even more dependent on committed local authorities.
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Tuesday 10 November 2015

COCON 63 : Massive renovation operation
By Béatrice Alcaraz | 311 visits
The French Department of Puy-de-Dôme, in co-operation with the local energy & climate agency (Aduhme) launched an innovative collective operation aimed at massively isolating attic space in public buildings: the COCON ("cocoon") 63 operation.
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