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  Monthly newsletter n°243 - September 2016  
    Policy brief: Well on track...!

On my way, this summer, to the Bachimaña refuge in the Spanish Pyrenees, I ended up in a large chalet set in a dream setting. The refuge will become 100% energy self-sufficient by 2020 while being open 365 days a year (and winters are cold !). This is possible when adding a mini hydroelectric (...)
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Debates & discoveries at Climate Chance in Nantes
Don’t’ forget to register to the workshops and forum proposed by Energy Cities during the Climate Chance Summit ! Energy Cities organises and moderates (...)
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Need to divest: EU climate financing channels billions into fossil fuels
In the “year of delivery” of the Energy Union, the EU is losing its role as international climate leader. The Union is still far away from ratifying the (...)
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European mobility week: let's go to a smart mobility
The European Mobility Week 2016 focuses on « Smart and Sustainable mobility, an investment for Europe » : smart mobility strong economy. More than 1500 (...)
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SAVE THE DATE! "Post-Carbon Cities Conference" in Brussels, 21 October!
The 7FP project Post‐Carbon Cities of Tomorrow – foresight for sustainable pathways towards liveable, affordable and prospering cities in a world context (...)
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blog 26 July 2018
From energy funds to match-funding: innovative ways of financing the energy transition at the local level


blog 25 July 2018
The Covenant of Mayors - Europe is launching the Cities in the Spotlight awards


blog 24 July 2018
How deep is your love…for cars? Hamburg’s methods to reduce emissions


blog 19 July 2018
Spain: new policy, new energy for cities


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