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Energy Cities, Local authorities in energy transition.

Energy Cities is the european association of local authorities in energy transition. The association created in 1990 represents now more than 1,000 towns and cities in 30 countries.

Energy Cities Conference 2019 : Save the date and get inspired!
by Tatjana Veith
13 Dec 2018 at 6:38am

Join us in Heidelberg for next year's major event and discover the ICCA 2019, the International Conference on Climate Action!
Save the date now: 22-24 May2019
In 2019, Eckart Würzner, invites all Energy Cities Members to join not only ICCA, but also our Annual Conference in Heidelberg.
Every year, our Annual Conference provides a dynamic and positive atmosphere and hence offers you the possibility to connect with partners for fruitful discussions and innovative ideas to shape your cities. (...)

How Milton Keynes used artificial intelligence to better engage with its citi...
by David Donnerer
12 Dec 2018 at 1:48am

The relationship between a city´s decision makers and citizens is of mutual importance. For local authorities, it is hence crucial to take the pulse of public opinion and act on it. Town hall meetings, surveys or consultations are only some of the many possibilities for this exercise.
Recently, the Energy Cities member Milton Keynes ran a pilot project that used a different approach. Thanks to the artificial intelligence (AI) tool ?Citibeats?, developed by the Barcelona-based startup Social (...)

Policy brief: Does the French new energy programme maintain the status quo or...
by Claire Roumet
10 Dec 2018 at 7:41am

Claire Roumet, Executive director of Energy Cities
By some quirk of the calendar (or not), France unveiled its pluriannual energy programme the day before the European Commission was scheduled to publish its own long-term strategy. The latter plan, which should prove ambitious, is targeting a ?net-zero? greenhouse gas-emitting Europe by 2050, based on models that are solid and accepted by the climate community.
Reduction of demand, mix of all possible technologies (including those which (...)

Energy Cities at COP24
by Sara Giovannini
3 Dec 2018 at 5:50am

The United Nations Climate Change Conference starts today! Our Vice President Peter Marland, Mayor of Milton Keynes will represent us in Katowice, but other Energy Cities members will also be there to showcase cities' efforts to tackle climate change.
Today marks the start of COP24, the 24th edition of the United Nations Climate Change Conference. For 2 weeks, the Polish city of Katowice will be the centre of attention of the climate and energy community. Energy Cities could not miss this (...)

Personalised service to boost energy retrofits in private housing: a UK best ...
by Floriane Cappelletti
30 Nov 2018 at 8:09am

In the UK, Parity projects provides homeowners with personalised service for their energy retrofitting projects.
Through the RefrofitWorks intiative, they coordinate the work of suppliers (SMEs) and advocates such as social workers or associations to facilitate customer outreach and guide the clients in their renovaiton works.
SMEs can take part in training courses on technical issues - materials, technology, methods for effective energy retrofits-, on customer outreach and interaction - (...)

Transatlantic city exchange on energy democracy : citizens should not be in t...
by Ian Turner, Miriam Eisermann
30 Nov 2018 at 5:29am

The energy transition in a global economy can only be successful if individuals change. And individuals change when encouraged and the right incentives are provided through collective action. If city administrations are to reach climate and energy objectives they are well aware that they have to involve civil society. But this is easier said than done. How can we create a culture of trust, engagement and innovation in our cities ?
You never know the outcome when you assemble 14 people who (...)

4 takeaways from the European Commission's 2050 vision for a climate-neutral ...
by David Donnerer
28 Nov 2018 at 9:10am

The EU executive has outlined today its bold vision for making Europe climate-neutral by 2050. The Commission's landmark strategy aims to make the EU compatible with the goals of the Paris Agreement, and catalyze a profound societal and economic transformation.
?A Clean Planet for all: A European strategic long-term vision for a prosperous, modern, competitive and climate neutral economy?: this is how the Commission is unveiling its proposal for a climate-neutral Europe by 2050. The strategy (...)

Financing home retrofits - How to set up all-in-one energy efficiency service...
by Floriane Cappelletti
27 Nov 2018 at 6:10am

Climate policy consultancy Energies Demain has developed an "Inventory of best practices" for setting up an integrated energy efficiency service package, including access to long-term financing for homeowners. "One-stop-shops" to boost energy retrofitting
Energies Demain defines a one-stop-shop as "a business or office where multiple services are provided so as to offer customers all they need in just one stop". Partners in the INNOVATE European project are seeking to develop (...)

Micro-Depots and Logistic Trams : Great Solutions to Reduce Traffic and impro...
by Tatjana Veith
26 Nov 2018 at 7:47am

Every day, all kinds of materials and goods enter the city. Those flows of materials and goods, e.g. Urban Freight transport (UFT), are of growing concern. According to a study, UFT accounts for about 20%-30% of vehicle kilometres and generates up to 50% of air pollution in the city.
European cities are estimated to spend about EUR 80 billion each year due to chronic congestion ? not to mention the increasing danger for road accidents happening in urban areas (over 38% of all road (...)

Transition cities: there is life after coal!
by Sara Giovannini
13 Nov 2018 at 7:55am

Energy transition in coal mining regions is not a new issue, but lately, it has come up often in my newsfeed. I am sure you have heard about the protests against the expansion of a coal mine in the ancient Hambach Forest in Germany. Articles and declarations on the possible consequences of the energy transition on urban environment, regional identities and jobs quickly followed. But the more I read about innovative cities' actions and renewables transition stories, the less I believe in (...)

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