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INFINITE Solutions: Helping cities find the most suitable financing option

By Floriane Cappelletti on 29 January 2016


The INFINITE Solutions project, developed and led by Energy Cities, supports local authorities in their energy transition by helping them identify the most suitable financing option for their projects.

In the framework of INFINITE Solutions, 10 European local authorities are sharing experience, testing and implementing innovative financing schemes.

In Stuttgart, private home owners can enjoy ’care-free’ energy renovation package (more info). Frederikshavn (Denmark) is mobilising savings ‘sleeping’ on citizens’ bank accounts (more) and Croatia’s first local energy revolving fund was created by the city of Koprivnica (more).

At the INFINITE Solutions kick-off meeting in Stuttgart, 2014

The INFINITE website offers you training materials on soft loans and intracting schemes, up-to-date information on available European funds and programmes, and case studies about innovative financing schemes, organisational models and partnerships.

Energy Cities has already sorted for you relevant information on funds and programmes by kind of activity that you are searching funding for and specifying who is eligible, the focus areas and type of funding proposed. You should take a look over here!


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Energy Cities’ members can also benefit from tailor-made support from
Jana Cicmanova,
Project Manager & Financing expert.
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