Energy Cities and Drift are launching an energy transition learning relay in the framework of the project TOMORROW. We believe there is the need, now […]
After almost 3 months, most European cities are now slowly coming out of lockdown, trying to instil some “normality” back into their citizens’ life. At […]
We are very happy to welcome the city of Leuven (Belgium) and Poreč – Parenzo (Croatia) to our network. Both municipalities are committed to advancing […]
Energy Cities’ President addressed a letter to the European Commission President von der Leyen to present our solution, in order to ensure economic recovery and […]
In time of “social distancing”, discussions on how to adapt and improve local approaches to urban planning are more relevant than ever. The EUKI Living […]
What a peculiar year for our network to turn 30th! At a time when social distancing is required, collective intelligence is more important than ever. […]
The Swedish city of Örebro is developing a new residential neighbourhood: Tamarinden. It will benefit from innovative solutions enabling the buildings and their tenants to […]
Over the past months, the research institute DRIFT (our partner in the project TOMORROW) worked on methodological guidelines to support cities in developing a transition […]
As part of the European Covenant of Mayors movement, cities and towns are taking energy and climate action to secure a better future for their […]
A broad consultation on the proposed Climate Pact has been launched by the European Commission. The Climate Pact is one of the strategic pillars of […]
In the city of Leuven in Belgium, over 500 public organisations, businesses and citizens united behind a roadmap towards zero-carbon emissions in 2050. In 2019, […]
Energy Cities’ podcast is for those who want to learn how cities go about with the energy transition. The challenge is big, but there are so many new, collaborative practices that emerge and that make this challenge fun and feasible. Each month we invite passionate European guests from different horizons and sectors who dedicate much of their time to making the energy transition more democratic.
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.