Do you know that sensation of butterflies, hot flushes of excitement, the irresistible force that pulls you towards…the deep and collective renovation of your house […]
The European Commission yesterday published the second batch of its Fit for 55 package aimed at cutting carbon emissions by at least 55% by 2030 […]
It is with great pleasure that we welcome to Energy Cities 5 new members from four different countries! This is a great opportunity to review […]
Cities are the main contributors to pollution and climate change, but they also have the power and opportunity to deliver the highest energy savings and […]
Forget about net zero and fossil-free districts, positive energy districts (PEDs) aim at generating more renewable energy than they consume! Researchers across Europe are working […]
How much space is really given to science in policy-making nowadays? And what formats work best for scientific communication to create interest and engagement?
This month, you might have read our article on the ingredients for a local strategy against energy poverty (find it here if you have not!). […]
As the number of people in energy poverty rises – even more since Covid is around – solutions are urgently needed to help them find […]
On cold days, fierce winds blow through poorly insulated windows in Leeds. It travels through the over hundred high-rise buildings built in the 60s’ and […]
Cities’ employees are the architects of the local energy transition. The lack of human resources is currently one of the main barriers to the decarbonisation […]
It is clear that building stock, especially housing, requires structural changes in terms of accessibility, safety, and eco-efficiency. In Europe, many of these buildings date […]
Local authorities are essential actors of the Renovation Wave, a proper inclusion of the local level in the “Renovate” components of the National Recovery and […]
It is still not too late to act. It will take a far-reaching vision, it will take courage, it will take fierce, fierce determination to act now, to lay the foundations where we may not know all the details about how to shape the ceiling.