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Carlow-Kilkenny Regional Roundtable on utility data collection, 29th April 2015

The next, upcoming Carlow-Kilkenny Regional Roundtable will be held on 29th April 2015, in the Lord Bagenal Hotel, Bagenalstown, Co. Carlow. This interactive day will highlight the current status of utility data collection in the Region as well as focusing on upcoming developments – stakeholder participation recommended! A previous regional roundtable had been held on […]

Regional workshop – How do we measure results and monitoring SEAPs?

On the 11th of March participants from municipalities and regional authorities in Norrbotten, Sweden discussed; What has been the biggest challenges and successes when implementing SEAPs? How do we measure results and monitoring SEAPs? Tools and methods?

SEAP MONITORING AND GREEN PURCHASES

  What does it mean to monitor a SEAP? What kind of support can provide the adoption of the Green Procurement for the implementation of the SEAP? What are the salient features of the Green Public Procurement? These are the questions which the Training Seminar organized on March 31 2015 by the Metropolitan City of […]

Key figures in Rhône-Alpes

The OREGES Rhône-Alpes released the english version for key figures about energy consumption, energy production and GHG emissions. Download publications and you will know eveything about energy in Rhône-Alpes!

GHG and energy observatory Inventory “Energy Loupe”

Purpose: Reliable energy data on regional and local level Owner: Nenet Norrbotten Energy Agency Target group: Politicians, technical staff from local and regional authorities, Covenant Coordinators/Supporters, energy experts Description:  Reliable energy data are indispensable for developing realistic but ambitious local and regional energy and climate strategies as well as action plans. To be able to […]

To be followed: Mayors Adapt

Mayors Adapt, Promoting urban leadership in adaptation In parallel with reducing its greenhouse gas emissions to mitigate climate change, the European Union also needs to strengthen its resilience to the inevitable impacts of climate change, now and for the future. Adapting to climate change is the way to do this.