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  Monthly newsletter n°229 - March 2015  
    Aberdeen Conference: Share, learn, network! #mayors2015

This year, Energy Cities’ International Conference will be held in a city of which the economy has long been relying on the oil industry and which has now engaged in the energy transition. What a challenge! That makes Aberdeen an exciting place to welcome city representatives and energy (...)
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Metz brings a French sustainable touch to Washington
Early March, the French Embassy in Washington, DC, invited representatives of French cities and companies in order to prepare the Climate Summit which will (...)
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Lausanne explores the geothermal option for its 2000-watt eco-disctrict
As one of the main axes of Lausanne’s large urban-planning project called Métamorphose, the Plaines-du-Loup eco-district, the construction of which is due to (...)
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Energy transition of Slovak and Czech cities: who will finance it and how?
On 24-25 March 2015 in Bratislava (Slovakia), Energy Cities together with the Slovak Union of Towns and Cities and its interest association CITENERGO (...)
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Spring is on the way: the Energy Union starts blooming in Brussels
Claire Roumet reviews the latest political developments as regards the EU’s energy transition. Beginning of March, the Vice President of the European (...)
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