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  Monthly newsletter n°261 - May 2018  
    Policy brief: Air, Climate, Energy: all responsible

by Claire Roumet, Executive Director of Energy Cities A hotchpotch of players On 17th May, the cities of Paris, Brussels and Madrid lodged a complaint with the European Court of Justice against the Commission for giving the car industry a right to pollute (Regulation (EC) No 692/2008 as (...)
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What the next EU budget will bring for the local energy transition
In the beginning of May, the EU Commission unveiled its EU budget proposal for the period 2021-2027. It is a critical budget for the bloc, as it has to (...)
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How to make people passionate about the future of their cities!
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 ? (...)
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Blockchain: bringing cooperation to the energy market
Think of an ant hill. Imagine hundreds, thousands of little self-organised insects moving in all directions, some of them handing tiny pieces of leaves (...)
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Energy Atlas -Cities: testbeds for energy innovation
The Heinrich Böll Stiftung, the German Green Political Foundation, recently released its Energy Atlas 2018 - Facts and Figures about Renewables in Europe. (...)
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blog 13 November 2018
Transition cities: there is life after coal!


blog 6 November 2018
Policy brief: Retrofutur, a counter-history of energy innovations


blog 26 octobre 2018
The top 13 values that bind Ordinary Energy Transition Pioneers (POTEs)


blog 24 October 2018
This small town model will help you boost energy efficiency actions in buildings!


blog 22 October 2018
New publication out: Local energy and climate roadmaps - 5 city visions for 2050


blog 17 October 2018
Support a fair energy transition by sharing your city’s experience


blog 16 October 2018
Policy brief: A call for local liberties


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