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Events in May 2017:

«May 2017»

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Thursday 4 May 10:00-11:30
(online)

EEW3 Webinar: Energy Efficiency Recommendations - Focus on Financing

Organised by Energy Cities & FEDARENE as part of the Energy Efficiency Watch 3 project
In this upcoming webinar, speakers will present EEW policy recommendations based on screening of national energy policies, with a special focus on financing building renovation.
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Wednesday 10 May 09:00-12:00
Zagreb, Croatia

EEW3 at Zagreb Energy Week: EEW3 at Zagreb Energy Week: Smart energy solutions for sustainable development

Organised by Energy Cities as part of the Energy Efficiency WAtch 3 (EEW3) project
Zagreb Energy Week will host a panel discussion on energy efficiency, supported by the Energy Efficiency Watch project. Targeting mostly local experts on energy efficiency and local authorities, experts will discuss the state of Croatian energy efficiency policies with a special focus on financing the refurbishment of residential and public buildings and the smart use of available EU funds. Energy Cities will contribute to the discussions presenting the Croatian Energy Efficiency Watch country report, providing local expert feedback gathered in the framework of the EEW3 project.
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Contact: Kristina.Dely@energy-cities.eu



From 11 to 12 May
Brussels, Belgium

DecarbHeat 2017: Acting together to decarbonise Europe

Organised by the European Heat Pump Association, the #DecarbHeat initiative aims at bringing together the major players of the heating and cooling industry and other major stakeholders.
Together we can make the vision of a 100% decarbonised European heating and cooling system a reality. The initiative consists of a DecarbHeat IndustryPledge and the DecarbHeat Declaration of Support.

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From 14 to 17 May
Glasgow, United Kingdom

38th Euroheat & Power Congress

Our future depends on the choices we make today!
Heating and Cooling are together the largest single source of energy demand in Europe, and this demand is currently met largely by fossil fuels.
Choosing District Energy means saying NO to spending on imported fossil fuels, and YES to investing in efficiency infrastructure and renewable energy at the heart of our communities. Policy-makers at EU, national and local level are beginning to embrace this reality, with encouraging consequences for network operators, cities and citizens!

This congress and exhibition will offer active participation by providing an excellent programme with speakers from different levels of governance and stakeholders. It provides a platform to discuss major issues of importance for European and Global District Energy sectors across a range of technical and commercial issues; from resource assessment and innovative technological design, to market and policy developments.

For more information:
Silke Schlinnertz or Pauline Benoit | events@euroheat.org | +32 (0)2 740 21 20
http://www.ehpcongress.org/



From 17 to 19 May
Vancouver, Canada

Global Learning Forum

Conference organized by Renewable Cities
Building on the international momentum towards cities powered by 100% renewable energy, Renewable Cities is calling on local governments, forward-thinking companies and energy providers, and leading NGOs and researchers to join us from May 17-19 in Vancouver for Global Learning Forum 2017.
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Thursday 18 May 10:00-11:30
online

"Tous en selle" / « Stadtradeln » Wébinaire TANDEM

Wébinaire organisé par le projet TANDEM

Présentation de la campagne allemande « Stadtradeln » (« Tous en selle ! »), qui incite les citoyens et les collectivités à participer à un concours de vélo pour la protection du climat. Déjà 434 collectivités allemandes sont inscrites et, en 2017, la campagne s’ouvre pour la première fois à toutes les communes européennes, par le biais des jumelages.

Wébinaire en français et allemand avec traduction simultannée.

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Wednesday 24 May 13:30-15:00
online

progRESsHEAT webinar - Non-discriminatory access to district heating: Opportunities and challenges for renewable energies

Organised by Energy Cities as part of the progRESsHEAT project
The proposal for a revised directive on renewable energy from the European Commission includes a new article on district heating and cooling. This article 24 also foresees the non-discriminatory access to district heating and cooling systems for renewable heating and cooling supply. Some proponents expect an important push for renewable energy from this provision. Others see severe problems due to the essential differences between electricity and district heating grids.
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