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Växjö, Sweden
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2016 | Case study
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A "bio-economy" for all
Växjö, Sweden
89 000 inhabitants
.Energy & climate strategy and policy - .Local governance and capacity building - Biomass - Cooperation, participation, networking - District heating and cooling - Energy production and distribution - Vision / foresight

In 1996, the city council takes the unanimous decision to make Växjö a fossil fuel free city and launches its programme for the environment conservation 10 years later. By 2012, the city had reduced its CO2 emissions by 41% compared to 1993.

This document provides a story-telling of the energy transition' process in the "greenest city in Europe".

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