Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Energy Environment Agency (AURA-EE) organised a workshop with 2 local public authorities from different regions.
The objectives were, thanks to the C-Track 50 project, to share experience on carbon neutrality strategies but also to discuss carbon finance and to explore possible synergies.
On one side was the Agglomeration of La Rochelle, with its 28 municipalities and 170.000 inhabitants, which has set itself the goal of becoming a zero-carbon territory by 2040.
On the other side was the cross-border metropolitan area of Grand Genève, with its one million inhabitants. Grand Genève is in a positive energy territorial approach for 2050 and coordinates the SECAPs of the 7 local public authorities.
They have also declared a climate emergency. The regional energy agencies of (...)