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  Monthly newsletter n°238 - March 2016  
    Policy brief: A sharper, 3D vision of our energy future

Energy Cities’ political 3D vision allows for both a wide-viewing angle and a high precision look at the energy future. The first D – do not see here any form of hierarchy – is Divest. Our understanding of this buzz word is "changing directions", i.e. favouring sound investment choices with a (...)
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"Inspiring change" at our Annual Conference, 1-3 June 2016, Bornova (Izmir), Turkey
Three months left before Energy Cities’ Annual Conference kick-starts in Bornova (Izmir) on the Turkish West coast! From 1-3 June, decision-makers will (...)
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Our 4 recommendations for the revised Renewables Directive
The 2009 Renewable Energy Directive (RED) has provided a crucial framework and impetus for Member States to enact ambitious national programmes and support (...)
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Join our debate on “Citizen-powered” energy transition in Bilbao on 27 April - #basque2016!
Who exactly is in the driving seat of the energy transition? Can city council energy initiatives and bottom-up solutions work together ? On the occasion of (...)
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Ready, steady... Divest!
During its latest meeting, the City Council of La Rochelle (France) decided to require its financial partners (banks, insurance providers, investors, etc.) (...)
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Thessaloniki (GR) and Bottrop (DE), together in the "Municipalities for a strong Europe" Initiative
Source : European Growth Initiative (EGI) - HUMBOLDT-VIADRINA Governance Platform (HVGP) The potential to reach social and economic progress through (...)
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