Campaigning and awareness raising

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 Hoogkerk, a suburb in the Netherlands, officially began operating a microgrid and calling itself "the power-matching city" on March 10, 2010. The Hoogkerk microgrid includes 25 interconnected houses and is part of the SmartHouse/SmartGrid project and another research project carried out by ECN, KEMA, Humiq, Essent, Enexis.
Post date: 7 Nov 2011
Type: Caso

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Post date: 3 Nov 2011
Type: Evento

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Post date: 3 Nov 2011
Type: Evento

This Final Report presents:An outline of the context around the IEE programme (section 2); The evaluation design (section 3) presenting the scope and objectives of the evaluation and the tools and techniques used; Our answer to the evaluation questions (section 4); The general conclusions of the evaluation (Section 5); Our recommendations (section 6); The annexes:
Post date: 3 Nov 2011
Type: Publication

The Intelligent Energy Europe programme aims to help the European Union meet its 2020 renewable energy target with projects that remove barriers, improve market transparency and mobilise investment. Table of contents Editorial Lead feature: Renewable energy, a new era On the ground: Rethinking renewable energy In their own words: EU Directive triggers industry investment in renewables Manager & Managed: PV Legal Focus on: Get others to do the hard work Country profile: Plotting paths for renewables
Post date: 3 Nov 2011
Type: Publication

Involving citizens, craftsmen, companies, associations and civil society in the quest to save energy is a crucial precondition for any city wishing to achieve quantitative CO2 reduction targets. This seems like a pretty obvious assumption, but knowing how to achieve this in practice quickly becomes more complicated. Through the ENGAGE campaign, a user-friendly online tool  now makes it possible for Covenant local authorities to create tailor-made posters with concrete energy-related engagements.
Post date: 28 Ott 2011
Type: News

The Smart-e Buildings campaign aims to mobilise Europeans through an interactive web portal linked to the main social networks like Twitter and Facebook. The portal thus acts as a platform, providing building owners and users, guidance into the world of energy efficient buildings.  For more information please click directly on the following web portal www.takeyourenergyback.eu
Post date: 28 Ott 2011
Type: News

The competition was launched in April 2011 ( during the European Sustainable Energy Week) for households across Europe encouraging them to compete either against each other at a national level or as part of a team at a European level.
Post date: 26 Ott 2011
Type: Link