The Data Access Guidebook for Sustainable Energy Action Plans has been released!
- Public Authorities that are seeking better access to local, accurate energy data within their territory for use in sustainable energy planning;
- Energy Planning Facilitators wishing to support the development of advanced collaboration models between public authorities and data providers such as a Regional Data Centre or Energy Observatory;
- and Energy Data Providers willing to play a positive role in the development and implementation of Regional and Local Energy Policies
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