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Why we joined!

Why join the Energy Cities network?

Because 75% of all energy consumption in Europe occurs in urban areas, local authorities more than ever have a crucial role to play. Taking action at local level will help you:

  • reduce your energy consumption and energy bill whilst reducing local emissions and effluents,
  • stimulate local growth by making use of local resources,
  • be recognised as an innovative town/city.

All of this is possible! Energy Cities was established as an association of European local authorities in 1990 to allow all of this to happen.

Testimonies

Olga Veidina, Mayor of Riga, Latvia
Olga Paredes, Councillor of Barreiro, Portugal
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WELCOME TO NEWEST MEMBERS:
Nilüfer Turkey | Aradippou Cyprus | Corse-Région (AAUC) France | Clermont Ferrand - CA France | Eure 27 - Agence France
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Events to come
AIDA Final Conference - How to promote Nearly Zero Energy Buildings for new and retrofitting buildings in the municipal context
Wednesday 29 October 15:00-16:30

IMAGINE... regenerative urban development
From 30 to 31 October

Does Croatia have enough money for energy renovations?
Friday 31 October

Renovate Italy 2014 - Italian national REDay2014
Monday 3 November 09:30-13:00

REDay2014: Securing our Energy Future through ambitious Renovation of Buildings
Wednesday 5 November

Rencontre du club des utilisateurs Display
Wednesday 5 November

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