SURVEY on multi-level governance for sustainable energy – COOPENERGY project (by 31st Oct)
By responding to the survey:
• Your good practice may be selected as one of 60 good practices being showcased online, through the COOPENERGY website and other channels across Europe.
• A selected number of respondents will be invited to participate in COOPENERGY international events to share experiences (travel costs covered by the project).
If you are interested in learning more about how regional authorities are collaborating on sustainable energy, please visit the COOPENERGY project website where case studies and newsletters will be developed after the European survey has closed: www.coopenergy.eu. For further information about the survey or the project, please contact email@example.com with the subject line “Coopenergy”
.Many thanks for your input,
FEDARENE, on behalf of the COOPENERGY consortium.
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