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Quantification of synergies between Energy Efficiency first principle and renewable energy systems   As a response to the European Commission’s 2050 decarbonization goals, sEEnergies uniquely considers all aspects of the Energy Efficiency (EE) First Principle. By applying it in sectors and markets, country-by-country and grid-by-grid, and by combining temporal and spatial analyses, sEEnergies will develop an innovative, holistic and research-based EE-modelling approach.  
Post date: 20 Mar 2020
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Municipal action, public engagement: routes to local energy ownership mPOWER will enable in-depth, wide-scale and systematic peer-to-peer learning programme between at least 100 local public authorities with a view to replicate innovative best practice in municipal energy.  
Post date: 20 Mar 2020
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Europe’s #1 destination for dissemination of research, collaboration, networking and the creation of market opportunities.    Join us for the 8th edition of Sustainable Places!28 - 30 October 2020 / Aix-les-Bains, France  
Post date: 13 Mar 2020
Type: News

The work of the EUCF   The EUCF design allows for decentral and tailor-made support to small- and medium-sized municipalities through country experts, national networks of local authorities and activities across Europe.   For each EU Member State, the consortium appointed a country expert to support cities in their ‘city journey’ and the core management team in the smooth EUCF operation.
Post date: 12 Mar 2020
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Our Story
Post date: 12 Mar 2020
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Aggregation and improved Governance for untapping Residential Energy Efficiency potential in the Basque Country
Post date: 11 Mar 2020
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In Valencia's maritime area, state-of-the art technologies are being used to improve energy efficiency in buildings and to change collective behaviours   In many European cities the rational use of energy is one of the main issues for public and private buildings. The City Council of Valencia has decided to use innovative technologies, such as energy consumption sensors, to reduce energy demand and air pollution.  
Post date: 24 Feb 2020
Type: News

ProjectZero is the vision for creating a ZEROcarbon future for the city Sonderborg in southern Denmark by 2029 based on sustainable growth and with many new green jobs as a result.   The ProjectZero concept is based on energy efficiency combined with renewable energy from the County´s own green sources – all documented in the ProjectZero masterplan.  
Post date: 19 Feb 2020
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The Pamplona City Council has recently installed the prototype Plug&Play solar roof on the Municipal Police building to provide energy for self-consumption.   The Pamplona City Council has recently installed a Plug&Play solar roof on the building of the Municipal Police. This is one of the first smart solutions developed within the EU-funded project STARDUST to be implemented in the city.  
Post date: 17 Feb 2020
Type: News

Smart energy services integrating the multiple benefits from improving the energy efficiency of the European building stock The EC Horizon 2020 SENSEI is a 36 months project coordinated by IEECP, focussing on the Energy Performance Contracting Models. The Energy Performance Contracting (EPC) model has been successful in attracting investments in energy efficiency, but mainly for single, large projects where:  
Post date: 13 Feb 2020
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