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Citizens’ Solar Power Plant
Vienna - Austria

Citizens’ Solar Power Plant

Wien Energie elaborated an innovative model to allow its citizens to take part in the installation of photovoltaics on public buildings’ roofs or just beyond […]

Mouscron’s community energy model
Mouscron - Belgium

Mouscron’s community energy model

As part of its commitment to the EU Covenant of Mayors, the city of Mouscron, Belgium, teamed up with its citizen to launch the “Coopem” […]

Transatlantic multi-stakeholder dialogue for the local energy transition
Heidelberg - Germany

Transatlantic multi-stakeholder dialogue for the local energy transition

Over the years, the city has made a name for itself as an environmental protection and sustainable development capital thanks to its wide-ranging network of […]

Transatlantic multi-stakeholder dialogue for the local energy transition
Charlotte - USA

Transatlantic multi-stakeholder dialogue for the local energy transition

Charlotte is the most populous city in the U.S. state of North Carolina, and is the county seat of Mecklenburg County. In 2015, Charlotte committed […]

Transatlantic multi-stakeholder dialogue for the local energy transition
Cambridge - USA

Transatlantic multi-stakeholder dialogue for the local energy transition

Cambridge is a city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, and is part of the Boston Metropolitan Area. Cambridge has long been an active player in tackling […]

Transatlantic multi-stakeholder dialogue for the local energy transition
Nantes Métropole - France

Transatlantic multi-stakeholder dialogue for the local energy transition

Nantes Metropolis committed to fighting climate change in 2006. In 2008, Nantes Metropolis was one of the first French cities to sign the Covenant of […]

Utrecht, an energy plan devised by citizens
Utrecht - The Netherlands

Utrecht, an energy plan devised by citizens

Situated in the heart of the Netherlands, Utrecht is a university city with a population of 330,000 and around 70,000 students. Since the population is […]

The epiphany of sustainable urban development
Heidelberg - Germany

The epiphany of sustainable urban development

The energy transition process was initiated by the City of Heidelberg in the early 1990s, triggered by growing awareness of climate protection issues and, ultimately, […]

Engaging citizens for energy-efficiency
Ivanic Grad - Croatia

Engaging citizens for energy-efficiency

Despite its small size the municipality has been a regional pioneer in promoting sustainable energy and engaging citizens in energy – saving actions Website Engaging […]

Munich’s multi-stakeholder alliance
Munich - Germany

Munich’s multi-stakeholder alliance

“Without the active and innovative cooperation of the about 100 members of the local alliance Munich for Climate Pro-tection, the city cannot achieve its ambitious […]

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