The European Network of Regional GhG Emissions and Energy Watch

Our missions are :

  • Share experiences between regional/local public authorities
  • Share experiences amongst GHG monitoring organisations
  • Involve and work with European organisations

Observatories

Regional Energy and GHG Emissions Observatories are a powerful tool for implementing efficient strategies at the local level. Most of the structures are governed by a local consortium gathering at least several public authorities and energy data suppliers.

Nord-Pas-de-Calais Climate Observatory [FR]
Energy and Environmental Observatory of Kent [UK]
Energyhub.ie, Carlow Kilkenny Regional Energy Observatory [IE]
Technical Chamber of Greece Energy Observatory [GR]
SiReNa20 – Energy and Environmental Observatory of Lombardia Region [IT]
Local Sustainability Observatory of the Basque Country [ES]
OREGES – Centre-Val de Loire Regional Energy and GHG Observatory [FR]
Liguria Region Energy and Environment Observatory [IT]
North Sweden “Energiluppen” [SE]
Technical Chamber of Greece Energy Observatory [GR]

Discover the latest news related to energy data and observatories.

The new guidebook to develop 2030 Action Plans

The new guidebook on “How to develop a Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plan (SECAP)” has been released by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre. Now aligned with the 2030 Covenant of Mayors target, the guidebook has been enriched with information on climate change adaptation, which is one of the three pillars of the movement in […]

The Data Access Guidebook for Sustainable Energy Action Plans has been released!

Energy data is crucial for identifying trends in the economic priority sectors to target energy policies and to ensure energy efficiency improvements and increased renewable energy deployment. These measures can then be built in to sustainable energy policies and plans, and their national and local implementation progress can be monitored periodically.       The […]

Outcomes of the Data 4 Action Conference

Conference DATA4ACTION: the Observatories for Energy and GHG, a strong support to the Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy Regional and local public authorities design, implement and monitor Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plans (SECAPs). The Covenant of Mayors initiative provides support at each stage of this process. However, the success of these tasks […]

EU-Strategy for the Alpine Region (EUSALP), Action Group Forum 14-16 February 2017 , Garmish Partenkirshen, Bavaria

On 14 and 15 February 2017, a Forum of the nine Action Groups of the EU Alpine Strategy will take place in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. The Action Groups are responsible for the concrete implementation of the political priorities adopted by the General Assembly. The aim of the Action Group Forum is to coordinate the long-term activities concerning […]

Publications

Our publications consist in a wealth of published documents on Energy & Climate data, from technical datasheets of observatories to project reports and best practices.

Launch of the Energy DataHub of the Administration of Castilla y León through the Open Data Portal

The Energy DataHub of the Administration of Castilla y León contains the list of buildings and facilities of the administration of Castilla y León: 1,508 consumption centers with their location and GPS coordinates, surface area, occupation, as well as the cadastral references of the buildings.

The AMB Climate and Energy Plan 2030

The AMB Climate and Energy Plan includes information on emissions from different sectors of the AMB, as well as the objectives achieved for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, a description of how they are made emission inventories, indicators used for different sectors, data taken into account to calculate the carbon footprint and its monitoring over time. The new target by 2030 aligns with existing commitments at national and international levels. The objective of reducing emissions by 2030 is 30% compared to the emissions of the reference year of the Strategy: 2011.

Events

Mark your calendars! Here are the upcoming events you shouldn’t miss.