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Tuesday 24 May 2016

How to make Europe number 1 in Energy Efficiency?
By Béatrice Karas | 1062 visits
Since 2011 and thanks to considerable progress in energy efficiency policies there are more new or improved energy efficiency policies but more effort is needed to achieve the 2020 target.
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mercredi 20 avril 2016

Energy efficiency implemented too slowly in Europe: a status report from “Energy Efficiency Watch3”
By Béatrice Karas | 1134 visits
More than 1.100 experts from all 28 EU Member States were consulted about the relative progress in energy policies of their own countries in the last 3 years. The aim of the survey was to learn from stakeholders and experts how they see the "real-life" progress of energy efficiency policies and their implementation across different sectors in their respective country.
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Thursday 31 March 2016

Energy performance label: Finnish cities support the Display label and call for clearer rules for the voluntary EU scheme
By Ian Turner | 1172 visits
The EU campaign Display, launched as early as in 2004, is an information tool to raise the public awareness. Designed by energy experts from European cities and based on operational rating and easy to understand, the certificate displays the energy, water and climate performance of a building. This Display poster combined with further awareness-raising activities involving building users has proven very successful in increasing behaviour change of building users and stimulating renovation in both public and privately-owned buildings.
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Thursday 31 March 2016

In Stuttgart, private home owners can enjoy 'care-free' energy renovation package
By Floriane Cappelletti | 1448 visits
Our member city of Stuttgart, Germany, is developing a tailor-made contracting support service for private house owners.
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Thursday 17 March 2016

Energy-renovation of houses : In Bordeaux Metropole, 85% of households fit requirements for a dedicated bank loan !
By Floriane Cappelletti | 1157 visits
Private housing accounts for 80% of Bordeaux Metropole’s housing stock and thus has been made a priority of its buildings’ energy-retrofitting policy. The objective of Bordeaux Metropole (Bordeaux Urban Community) is to implement several financing mechanisms that would ease energy-efficient renovation of the housing stock.
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Thursday 11 February 2016

Portuguese city of Águeda sets up a local Fund for Energy and Water Efficiency
By Jana Cicmanova | 1186 visits
Known for its colourful streets, the small Portuguese town of Águeda undertakes a number of actions from environmental education to technological innovation and energy efficiency with the objective to become the first ‘Smart City’ in the country. It does not lag behind the front-runner European cities when it comes to innovative financing either. The municipality has just created a local Fund for Energy and Water Efficiency based on the model used by the city of Stuttgart (Germany).
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Tuesday 9 February 2016

Review of Energy Efficiency Directive: strengthen the local energy savings potential
By David Donnerer | 1440 visits
In 2016, the EU Energy Efficiency Directive is bound to be revised. Energy Cities recently responded to a public consultation of the EU Commission on the Energy Efficiency Directive. See here the main points of our response.
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Thursday 28 January 2016

Croatia's first local energy revolving fund is in Koprivnica!
By Jana Cicmanova | 1836 visits
When it comes to energy efficiency and innovative financing solutions, the city of Koprivnica is one the leading local authorities in Croatia. Together with its strategic partner Regional Energy Agency North (REA North), the municipality explored the opportunity to set up a local energy revolving fund that would finance its sustainable energy actions in the public sector.
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Monday 25 January 2016

Energy Cities’ members delivering on their Covenant of Mayors CO2 reduction commitments
By David Donnerer | 1284 visits
In the aftermath of the UN climate conference in Paris, we are proud to show that Energy Cities’ members are at the forefront of climate action. An evaluation of their performance in the Covenant of Mayors at the end of last year proved that they have managed to exceed EU ambitions in terms of CO2-emission reduction and energy efficiency, ahead of the 2020 benchmark.
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Friday 15 January 2016

Tbilisi (Georgia): energy policy for the people
By Miriam Eisermann | 1129 visits
Back in the 1990s Georgia made first steps towards energy efficiency through small-scale donor supported programs. Since then, a lot has changed and climate and energy action has scaled up considerably. Much of it happens at the local level, thanks also to the Covenant of Mayors' efforts in the area.
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Wednesday 23 December 2015

Energy efficiency: Rustavi among the best municipalities in Georgia
By Blandine Pidoux | 1048 visits
Our member city of Rustavi, together with other Covenant of Mayors signatories from Georgia, has been recently awarded for its local actions for energy efficiency.
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Thursday 17 December 2015

City of Parma encourages citizens to undertake energy renovation work in their homes
By Floriane Cappelletti | 1375 visits
The municipality of Parma (Italy) has the ambition to reduce the cost of energy and energy poverty on its territory, while improving its citizens’ quality of life. As early as beginning of 2016, the municipality will launch a set of incentives and measures aimed at motivating citizens and local businesses to energy renovate their homes and buildings.
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Tuesday 10 November 2015

COCON 63 : Massive renovation operation
By Béatrice Karas | 1565 visits
The French Department of Puy-de-Dôme, in co-operation with the local energy & climate agency (Aduhme) launched an innovative collective operation aimed at massively isolating attic space in public buildings: the COCON ("cocoon") 63 operation.
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mardi 27 octobre 2015

City of Lorient getting the European Energy Award Label at the first attempt
By Blandine Pidoux | 1043 visits
The National Awarding Committee unanimously recognised the merit of the city of Lorient’s application, which testifies to the dynamism that the city has long shown in addressing essential energy issues.
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Wednesday 13 May 2015

Resilient cities #2: Bristol, Toronto and El Hierro aim for self sufficiency
By Floriane Cappelletti | 1158 visits
According to the World Health Organisation, "resilient and empowered communities respond proactively to new or adverse situa- tions, prepare for economic, social and environmental change and cope better with crisis and hardship." At a time when "crisis" and "hardship" have probably become the most frequently used words in our daily news, community resilience seems to be the bright light at the end of the tunnel.
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