Participate in the 2nd edition of the ENERGee-Watch brochure
Do you want to raise your region’s profile at the European level?
Then participate in the 2nd edition of the ENERGee Watch brochure on regional energy & GHG data.
8 members of ENERGee Watch – Basque country (ES), Franche-Comté (FR), Ile-de-France (FR), Liguria (IT), Norrbotten (SV), Provence-Alpes-Côte-d’Azur (FR), Rhône-Alpes (FR), Zlín (CZ) – participated in creating the 1st ENERGee Watch brochure of regional energy & GHG emissions data (December 2013).
We now invite you to participate in the 2nd version of the brochure by entering in an Excel file data on your region – ideally for the years 1990, 2000, 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012 :
- final energy consumption by sector
- renewable energy production by type
- GHG emissions by sector
You are not expected to be able to fill in every data cell (for every year), but as much as you possibly can.
1st brochure (2013)
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