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  Monthly newsletter n°257 - January 2018  
    Policy brief: Why 2018 should be a distributive year

The year has got off to a good start: like in Germany, which had a 100% renewable supply for the first few hours of the year, or in the United Kingdom, which last summer recorded an entire day of coal-free energy, an unprecedented achievement since the beginning of the industrial revolution (...)
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Happy New Year ... and happy new energy system?
In an op-ed article published in the Energy Post beginning of the year, Energy Union Commissioner Maroš Šefovi reminded readers that the EU should (...)
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Destination Rennes
By train or plane, it’s easy to reach Rennes! And it’s also very easy to register to our annual conference, you only have to take your mouse and click, and (...)
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Innovative Financing in Cities and Regions: Join a unique EU-wide P2P learning programme!
The new Peer-to-Peer learning project PROSPECT H2020 has just launched its first call for applications! PROSPECT will offer you a total of 3 learning (...)
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2018, a year of cooperation and twinning activities
Covenant of Mayors twinning programme The results of the call of the Covenant of Mayors twinning programme have been unveiled. Amongst more than 100 (...)
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Energy Cities
blog 17 August 2018
The Energy Cities network welcomes 30 Greek cities!


blog 7 août 2018
Artificial Intelligence - the next frontier for local energy transition


blog 2 août 2018
Fostering District Heating and Cooling in European Cities – Policy recommendations from the HEATNET project


blog 30 juillet 2018
EU energy policy: what’s in store for you in the fall?


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


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