Are you willing to reduce your municipality’s energy needs? Are you looking for ways to develop heat planning and use local heating and cooling sources efficiently while involving citizens and stakeholders? Are you developing support mechanisms to foster deep renovations and positive energy districts? Then the Fossil free districts and buildings Hub is for you!
Together, we will coordinate efforts to improve financial, technical, and human capacities for cities. We will explore local and national legislation as well as public actions to trigger the energy system’s decarbonisation, while putting in debate the questions of governance, energy public services and ownerships. Through this, we will support cities in choosing the best local energy mix and decarbonising their built environment.
WEBINAR 4: PEDs & REGULATION We invite stakeholders of energy transition processes and broader urban transformations to join a DUT webinar series on the opportunities […]
Decarbonisation is often seen as a matter of political will. However, ambitious policies need adhesion from citizens to be successful and impactful – hence the key role of co-creation. This is what we will explore in this capacity-building session.
How to make sure that the transition is inclusive? What are the best ways to favour and support citizen initiatives and engagement? In this capacity-building session we will bring concrete examples of citizen empowerment to go further in the heating and cooling decarbonisation.
16 Mar - 17 Mar
The CITIES FORUM is the place and moment to exchange on the urban dimension of Cohesion Policy, the Urban Agenda for the EU, the role […]
The Covenant of Mayors EU Conference of 2023 will be an opportunity to reflect on local and regional governments' response to the energy crisis.
We joined forces with the Association of Cities and Regions for sustainable Resource management
Capacity building session
Adaping the rules on the energy market and redirecting European funds: two priorities to support the transition of ALL territories.
Accelerating positive, clean energy districts (PCED) for cities’ transition towards climate neutrality and social justice across Europe The project’s overarching goals are to: make cities […]
After the adoption, in 2008, of the 2020 EU Climate and Energy Package, the European Commission launched the Covenant of Mayors to endorse and support the efforts deployed by local authorities in the implementation of sustainable energy policies.
The mission of the EUCF is to build a substantial pipeline of sustainable energy investment projects across cities in the EU, by providing targeted financial, […]