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Energy Cities INFO n°43 Energy Cities INFO n°43

Vibrant, resilient cities !

  • Developing city resilience : why and how ?
  • The economic impact of the energy transition
  • Local authorities and UN climate negotiations


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Economic impact of the energy transition at the local level : Methodologies and case studies Economic impact of the energy transition at the local level : Methodologies and case studies

Energy Cities, December 2014
106 p., PDF format
ISBN : 978-2-9528748-1-6
Price : EUR 30 incl. taxes - Free for Energy Cities members

Understanding the mechanisms that link the energy transition to a boost of the economy on the ground is indispensable to guide local energy transition policies more efficiently. Objective evidence of economic results is required, as is a better understanding of economic analysis methods, in order to equip local and regional authorities with the tools needed to demonstrate the benefits for all local players.

In this three-part study including six case studies from Europe and the United States, Energy Cities illustrates numerous socio-economic aspects of the energy transition and confirms its local economic benefits providing facts and figures.

First part – Potential and opportunities of green growth
Second part – Case studies, approaches and methodologies
Third part – Bibliography

Study supported by ADEME and Caisse des Dépôts

See the table of contents

PDF version available upon order to Energy Cities, Blandine Pidoux



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IMAGINE a regenerative city - Report of the Future of Cities Forum 2014 IMAGINE a regenerative city - Report of the Future of Cities Forum 2014

This report is the outcome of the Future of Cities Forum 2014 and Final Conference of the ’IMAGINE low energy cities project’.
98 participants from 18 countries had the opportunity to interact and engage, share urban governance solutions and experiences, openly discuss and learn from best examples from around the world. This report attempts to summarise these discussions.



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Reducing energy dependence in European cities Reducing energy dependence in European cities

Covenant of Mayors - Thematic leaflet
This publication looks at how local authorities can diminish their dependence on external energy sources through the smart use of local resources and a general decrease in energy consumption in municipal and residential buildings, urban mobility and public lighting.



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Low-Energy City Policy Handbook - Part A Low-Energy City Policy Handbook - Part A

Final publication from the "IMAGINE low energy cities" project.
Part A : The city of the future, the future of the city



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Low-Energy City Policy Handbook - Part B Low-Energy City Policy Handbook - Part B

Final publication of the "IMAGINE low energy cities" project.
Part B : Lost in (energy) transition ? Tools and methods.



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Displayers renovate from G to A ! Displayers renovate from G to A !

Actions and costs for the renovation of public buildings in cities participating in the European Display® campaign.

This publication has been prepared with the support of the French Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy.



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Europe’s Energy transition : The BIG FIVE Recommendations to EU Policy Makers - September 2014 Europe’s Energy transition : The BIG FIVE Recommendations to EU Policy Makers - September 2014

The energy transition is more than a shift from one energy system (finite resources) to another (more renewable and low energy-based). Our century’s challenge is to radically reduce our energy use. The local level is where the new energy paradigm is happening. Ambitious policies at European level are crucial to speed up the movement.



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Financing schemes increasing energy efficiency and renewable energy use in public and private buildings Financing schemes increasing energy efficiency and renewable energy use in public and private buildings

Comparative analysis
In the framework of the INFINITE Solutions project, Energy Cities identified and describe 9 existing local, regional and national financing schemes aiming at increasing energy efficiency and the use of renewables at local level.



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Energy Cities INFO n°42, spring 2014

LOCAL LEADERS MAKING THE DIFFERENCE:Insight into successful low-carbon strategies by Energy Cities



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Tuesday 28 April 10:00-18:30

Webinaire de la Convention des Maires - La collecte des données énergétiques locales
Tuesday 28 April 11:00-12:30

Covenant of Mayors workshop - Financing projects with the European Energy Efficiency Fund (EEE)
Wednesday 29 April

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Webinar Patto dei Sindaci - La raccolta di dati di energia locale
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