Floriane Cappelletti

Communications & Overall Coordination

Floriane speaks English, French, Italian


Blog and newsletters, social media, leaflets, events… Working hard to showcase cities’ achievements and help them go even further. Believe in humankind enough to try making the world a better place.

Part of Energy Cities’ overall coordination team, she makes sure staff members deliver good work in the best possible conditions.

Grateful wife and mum, passionate about nature and arts, trying to go 100% eco-friendly and 100% zen… and still not sure which of those two is the harder.

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Copenhagenize your streets, Paris-ize your buildings, Ghent-ize citizen participation!

Copenhagenize your streets, Paris-ize your buildings, Ghent-ize citizen participation!

About cities and towns’ amazing willingness to change for the better. Anyone who already visited Copenhagen would have been amazed by the local bicycle culture. […]

Riga to support the energy renovation of 6,000 houses

Riga to support the energy renovation of 6,000 houses

6,000 houses (12M m2) should benefit from comprehensive energy renovation starting in the Latvian capital city. The municipality has created a revolving fund linked to […]

Low-Energy City policy handbook part A

Low-Energy City policy handbook part A

The city of the future, the future of the city

This handbook is aimed at decision makers in European local authorities searching for new ways to work towards achieving low energy cities. It is intended to give inspiration and practical advice to elected political leaders as well as civil servants to run their own energy transition process at the local level.

The Energy Transition Chronicles

The Energy Transition Chronicles

Storytellings of five cities in Europe

The serie of “Chronicles of the Energy Transition” case studies was produced to go further in supporting local authorities and to describe successful energy transition processes.
Because it is important to show that energy transition is “possible”. Why, how, with whom, for what results? We interviewed local players and decision-makers to find out more.