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#EUSEW17 commence aujourd'hui, venez nous y retrouver !

par Béatrice Alcaraz le 19 juin 2017 / 588 visites

Semaine incontournable de l’énergie durable, EUSEW est l’endroit idéal pour débattre des dernières évolutions politiques, bonnes pratiques et idées nouvelles ! Ces événements de networking renforcent la coopération entre tous les acteurs de l’énergie.


Retrouvez Energy Cities aux ateliers suivants

Accelerating the clean energy transition — financing energy efficiency at the local level

Mercredi 21 juin,11h-12h30
Energy Cities, Climate Alliance, EUROCITIES & le CCRE

This session presents a local actor view on the three pillars of the Smart Finance for Smart Buildings initiative recently launched by the European Commission as part of the Clean Energy package. This event includes a keynote speech followed by an interactive session where EU policy makers and representatives of financial institutions are invited to discuss with local stakeholders key recommendations with the goal of strengthening the role of the local level in accelerating the clean energy transition.

Local energy communities and Covenant of Mayors cities

Mercredi 21 juin, 16h-17h30
Commission européenne et Bureau de la Convention des Maires (dirigé par Energy Cities)

Local Energy Communities (LEC), facilitate and reward active participation of consumers in the energy market, help achieve RES targets and increase the energy system’s flexibility, and foster public acceptance of decentralised RES generation. The session showcases concrete examples of successful LECs, developed by or under the auspices of signatory municipalities in the Covenant of Mayors. It also shows the position of the Covenant of Mayors as a key gateway to rolling out the LEC model, and provides input from local authorities and stakeholders involved in the set-up or management of LECs on how the Clean Energy for All Europeans Package could further enhance their upscaling.

Leading the energy transition — the different flavours of local energy communities and companies

Mardi 22 juin, 11h-12h30
Energy Cities & REScoop

Many in the energy sector do not yet clearly understand what local energy communities are or the benefits they have to offer the energy system. Through an interactive panel and subsequent debate, presenters will provide different perspectives of how local energy communities and local energy companies are driving the energy transition. The purpose of having such an exchange will be to better inform the debate about what local energy communities are what they are capable of, and how they should be supported.

Think local first : designing an EU building policy framework centred on consumers, local authorities and energy advisory services to deliver on Europe’s renovation challenge / SIDE-EVENT

Mardi 20 juin, 9h-13h
Energy Cities pour le projet PUBLENEF

This Policy Roundtable will address the questions of 1) how EU and national policy can support the provision of integrated energy renovation and advisory services to consumers and 2) what is the role of local authorities and local energy advisory services in attracting private sector finance and investment for building renovations ? The roundtable will bring together consumer organisations, local authorities and building policy experts to discuss these questions and the audience will be encouraged to join the debate.

A très vite à Bruxelles !






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