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  Monthly newsletter n°236 - December 2015  
    EU policy brief by Claire Roumet : Reclaim power! #COP21

One crisis follows another: migration last month, terrorist attacks this month. In the news, the order of importance of these topics is changing, but urgency degree remains the same for all. None of these crises is being solved. On the contrary, as time goes by, they seem to reinforce each (...)
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Victory for local energy! Swedish municipality of Växjö wins case against competition authority
Three years ago, the municipality of Växjö was sued by the national competition authority for requiring city owners to connect to its local district heating (...)
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Local elected leaders urge European Commission to reshape energy governance architecture
Friday 13 November, less than a week before the release of the state of the Energy Union report, Energy Cities teamed up with the key four other European (...)
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Energy-renovation of houses: In Bordeaux Metropole, 85% of households fit requirements for a dedicated bank loan!
Private housing accounts for 80% of Bordeaux Metropole’s housing stock and thus has been made a priority of its buildings’ energy-retrofitting policy. The (...)
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Cities as drivers for a post-carbon world
Cities are at the forefront of the energy and carbon revolution, creating new models for a transition to a sustainable post-carbon society. At an official (...)
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