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Estonia - Renewable energyInitial situation:  Muhu island, with 1,904 inhabitants, is located in the Western part of Estonia.  The administrative center  is located in Liiva village counting 203 inhabitants.Energy Saving Measures:  The aim of Liiva village was to improve efficiency of heat production and distribution. The municipality modernised the district heating system, including boilers and distribution
Post date: 24 Feb 2012
Type: Caso

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Post date: 24 Feb 2012
Type: Evento

France - Energy efficiency
Post date: 22 Feb 2012
Type: Caso

Czech Republic- Energy efficiency
Post date: 20 Feb 2012
Type: Caso

Bulgaria - Energy EfficiencyInitial situation:  Dobrich, with 90,000 inhabitants, is a town in NortheasternBulgaria.Improvements: Seven municipal buildings, five schools and two kindergartens  have been refurbished.Renovation of schools and kindergartens not only ensures effective educational infrastructure and equal access to quality education, but also contributes to the achievement of the local Covenant of Mayors objective - a 25% CO2 cut by 2020.
Post date: 20 Feb 2012
Type: Caso

Post date: 13 Dic 2011
Type: Publication

The European Economic Recovery Plan encourages measures promoting the energy efficiency of buildings. This Regulation offers a framework for public investments in this area. National investment plans should be developed at the most appropriate territorial level (national, regional or local). Cohesion policy funding should support the measures taken by the poorest households.
Post date: 25 Nov 2011
Type: Publication

Leaders of 193 countries are set to meet for the next annual U.N. climate summit in November in South Africa, where governments will discuss ways to encourage investments to reach at least $100 billion a year by 2020 toward tackling climate change. Companies that advocate climate change need to have a stronger, unified voice to counteract others that might oppose stronger action, said Christiana Figueres, executive secretary of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change, in a webcast of a meeting of chief executives in London.
Post date: 15 Sep 2011
Type: Noticias