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  Monthly newsletter n°241 - June 2016  
    Policy brief: Are you SuperBLOCKs or BLOCKchain (or both)?

This month, Energy Cities launched a new project: "LIFE Living Streets". The idea is to BLOCK cars from using a street for a few months so that citizens have time to imagine how to make better use of public space. It has been very successful in Ghent (Belgium), where the concept was first (...)
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Try new DDDelicious local flavours in new issue of Energy Cities INFO
There are still some days left until summer starts. Nevertheless, we already suggest the three new DDDelicious flavours that will give Europe’s energy (...)
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EFSI loans and guarantees for the low carbon plans of three French regions
The European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) has already supported some 60 projects, but very few regions and no cities have so far benefitted from (...)
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Urban Community of Dunkirk / Arcelor-Mittal: An ambitious partnership for a successful energy transition
The idea of creating an industrial waste heat network in Dunkirk, a port and industrial city in northern France, and in the neighbouring town of Saint-Pol (...)
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Covenant of Mayors Benchmarks of Excellence: Get inspired by over 3,000 good practices!
The catalogue of Benchmarks of Excellence is the Covenant of Mayors database of good practices submitted by signatories, Coordinators and Supporters. Get (...)
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EUSEW 2016: Energy democracy and local leadership in the energy transition on the agenda
Energy Cities is co-organizing two events during the Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) this year. We will discuss the role of energy citizens, local (...)
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Energy Cities
blog 14 June 2019
The 210 mayors' letter - EU leaders Sefcovic and Arias Canete praise cities' "impressive" action for the energy transition


blog 14 June 2019
New guidebook: How cities can unleash the power of community energy


blog 11 juin 2019
Political brief: "From progressive minority to critical mass"


blog 6 June 2019
Navigating the EU Sustainable Energy Week 2019 – Energy Cities’ picks


blog 5 June 2019
Heidelberg 2019 was great, see you in 2020 in Heerlen!


blog 28 May 2019
EU Parliamentary elections: Will the "Green wave" set a course to a sustainable future?


blog 27 May 2019
Lisbon, a solar city


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