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  Monthly newsletter n°227 - January 2015  
    Aberdeen 2015: Registration for Energy Cities' Conference is open!

Cities eco-driving local development Many European cities are facing globalisation and the economic crisis while following the linear “take-make-consume and dispose” pattern of growth. What role can and do local authorities play in doing things differently to foster community resilience? (...)
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Roadmap COP21 - Energy Cities on the way to Paris 2015
In December 2015, a new global pact on climate change is due to be signed in Paris. This 21st UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP21) is an (...)
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Brussels reaffirms its position of "Sustainable city"
Over the past decade, Brussels has led an exemplary policy in the field of energy and environment, including the economic and social dimensions. (...)
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The Energy Union should be grounded in today’s reality
An Energy Union is the European Commission’s next big project. Whom and what will it unify? And what type of energy is it focusing on? Better (...)
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How are energy efficiency policies progressing in the EU member states?
The European project EEW 3 - Energy Efficiency Watch aims to facilitate the implementation of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) across the EU and (...)
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Energy Cities
blog 17 August 2018
The Energy Cities network welcomes 30 Greek cities!


blog 7 août 2018
Artificial Intelligence - the next frontier for local energy transition


blog 2 août 2018
Fostering District Heating and Cooling in European Cities – Policy recommendations from the HEATNET project


blog 30 juillet 2018
EU energy policy: what’s in store for you in the fall?


blog 26 July 2018
From energy funds to match-funding: innovative ways of financing the energy transition at the local level


blog 25 July 2018
The Covenant of Mayors - Europe is launching the Cities in the Spotlight awards


blog 24 July 2018
How deep is your love…for cars? Hamburg’s methods to reduce emissions


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