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Energy Cities, Local authorities in energy transition.

Energy Cities is the european association of local authorities in energy transition. The association created in 1990 represents now more than 1,000 towns and cities in 30 countries.

@assises_energie : Be part of the programme!
by Béatrice Alcaraz
24 May 2018 at 2:48am

At the end of January 2019, will be held in Dunkirk the 20th European Energy Transition Conference - the annual meeting of all European participants in energy transition and adapting to climate change.
As in previous years, the event's coorganisers ? the urban community of Dunkirk, Bordeaux Métropole, Greater Geneva, and the ADEME ? are calling for national and international contributions in order to build the schedule for the event. You want to organise an event ? Submit your proposal until (...)

Cities: testbeds for energy innovation ? Energy Atlas 2018
by Sara Giovannini
15 May 2018 at 8:16am

The Heinrich Böll Stiftung, the German Green Political Foundation, recently released its Energy Atlas 2018 - Facts and Figures about Renewables in Europe. The Atlas provides an overview of the current debates going on in the European Union countries, at the time when they are discussing their 2030 energy and climate strategies. It also reveals that a coordinated effort of EU member states towards the energy transition will be the more efficient and cost-effective option for all Europeans. (...)

EPC and why public authorities shouldn't shy away from it - New Guide on EPC ...
by Miriam Eisermann
14 May 2018 at 5:43am

As follow-up to the EUROSTAT accounting rules decision last year, a new guide has been published by EIB, Commission and Eurostat : "The Practitioners' Guide on the Statistical Treatment of Energy Performance Contracts in public accounts". It explains in detail how Energy Performance Contracts work and gives a clear overview of the potential impact on government finances. Download the guide.
EPC and why public authorities still shy away from it
EPC stand for Energy Performance Contracting, (...)

by Sara Giovannini
8 May 2018 at 12:58am

If you work on the energy transition, the same word comes up repeatedly: participation. But how can local authorities make sure this is not an empty box? How to avoid this ?they asked for our opinion, but this won't change their decision? feeling? How can citizens really feel part of the process, be listened to and connect with the big picture of their city? On the first day of Energy Cities' Annual Conference #rennes2018, Pepik Henneman, Transition Management consultant, tried to delve into (...)

#rennes2018 conference about sharing responsibilities in a radically new ener...
by Miriam Eisermann
25 Apr 2018 at 2:47am

Energy Cities' Annual Conference 2018 was hosted in France by the City and Metropolitan Area of Rennes, from 18-20th April.
The most valuable outcomes as identified by participants Critical discussions of new technologies and business models (Blockchain) Questioning and sharing the potential of collective initiatives (Urban Commons, urban-rural cooperation, cross-border projects) Debating and drafting proposals for improved policies and legal frameworks (Mayors' session and policy talk)
The (...)

Blockchain and energy transition - what challenges for cities? Find out in ou...
by David Donnerer
18 Apr 2018 at 7:43am

Energy blockchain experiments and pilots are multiplying, driven by tech-savvy entrepreneurs. It looks like the new technology is disrupting the energy system from Spain to the US. What is in it for cities? Energy Cities makes sense of the blockchain buzz with a newly released publication.
The blockchain is not just for techies: after stirring up financial markets through the virtual currency bitcoin, the blockchain technology is quickly conquering other industries and markets - notably (...)

10 Apr 2018 at 1:05am

ENLARGE is a project funded by the European programme Horizon 2020, that allows people to better understand the outcomes of their involvement in participatory processes, with a special focus on sustainable energy. In doing so, the project creates and disseminates knowledge on how to implement participatory processes that can be legitimated by the involvement of citizens, stakeholders, and public administrations, be able to influence the policy process and sustainable over time.
an article (...)

Like a too long winter
by Claire Roumet
6 Apr 2018 at 6:48am

by Claire Roumet, Executive Director of Energy Cities
The energy climate reminds me of the present weather conditions: a long, almost never-ending winter seems to go on and on. The sky clears for a moment and then back to heavy showers. You may object that this is normal weather in March; but it's starting to take its toll.
Similarly, whereas all the economic indicators show that nuclear power makes no sense and that renewable energy production, on the contrary, can meet all our needs and (...)

Rennes Métropole takes up the challenge of a local ... and collective energy ...
by Béatrice Alcaraz
5 Apr 2018 at 6:12am

The City of Rennes and Rennes Métropole have, for several decades, been involved in developing an ambitious energy and climate policy aimed at reducing CO2 emissions, improving energy performance in buildings, raising public awareness and developing soft modes of transport like cycling and walking. Rennes Métropole's new Climate Plan has been presented this year. An area of strong population growth, with a reputation for its quality of life and sustained economic vitality, Rennes Métropole is (...)

European Mobility Week Award: What Vienna and Igoumenitsa tell us about using...
by Sara Giovannini
28 Mar 2018 at 5:51am

Last week, the European Commission announced the winners of the European Mobility Week Award 2017 and 6th Award for Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP). Vienna and Igoumenitsa convinced the jury.
The EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK takes place each year in September. Since 2002, it provides cities and towns with an opportunity to present and test sustainable mobility alternatives with their residents and to discuss with a wider group of stakeholders the challenges they are facing during the (...)

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