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Infinite Solutions Guidebook - Financing the energy renovation of residential buildings through soft loans and third-party investment schemes Infinite Solutions Guidebook - Financing the energy renovation of residential buildings through soft loans and third-party investment schemes

In this guidebook, Energy Cities’ members share their experience and guide you through the process of setting up a soft loan financing scheme. The Stuttgart’s ‘care-free energy renovation package’ and third party investment scheme are described in detail in a dedicated case study.



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Infinite Solutions Guidebook - Financing the energy renovation of public buildings through Internal Contracting Infinite Solutions Guidebook - Financing the energy renovation of public buildings through Internal Contracting

This guidebook is built upon a comprehensive analysis of Stuttgart’s Internal Contracting scheme and a detailed questioning of it by the learning authorities within the Infinite Solutions project. It is intended to offer guidelines to municipalities as well as universities, hospitals or other institutions interested in applying Internal Contracting to improve their energy consumption and efficiency performance.



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Aarhus University Study on Covenant of Mayors Impact Aarhus University Study on Covenant of Mayors Impact

Aarhus University Study "The Role of Cities in Climate and Energy Policies: The Case of the Covenant of Mayors"



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Cities heading towards 100% renewable energy - Food for thought and action Cities heading towards 100% renewable energy - Food for thought and action

This report provides guidance and solutions to cities and metropolitan areas anxious to embark on a 100% renewable energy path. It is based on the knowledge and experience of the authors’ networks, as well as on around 30 interviews of councillors and city employees from about fifteen French local governments. It also features 5 European pioneers: Barcelona, Frankfurt, Frederikshavn, Geneva and Malmö.



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Energy Cities INFO magazine - Spring 2016 Energy Cities INFO magazine - Spring 2016

Democracy, Devolution, Divestment: The New Local Flavour
- Wanted: A definition for “community energy” p.5
- Carbon credits: think local! p.7
- Remunicipalisation: why and how? p.10/11



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The energy transition: new dialogues between cities & local stakeholders - Exploratory study The energy transition: new dialogues between cities & local stakeholders - Exploratory study

Energy Cities, with the support of ADEME, May 2016
68 p, PDF format
ISBN : 978-2-9528748-5-4

An exploratory study for cities and diverse project leaders desiring to start a sustainable energy transition in collaboration with all stakeholders in their territory.
Energy Cities selected more than ten European energy transition initiatives, as diverse as they are innovative, anticipating new forms of governance and new ways to act and collaborate. The exploratory study does not only describe their process but it also analyses the synergies between the different stakeholders and the role the municipality plays in these initiatives. It identifies the key factors of their success and replication.



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The Energy Transition Chronicles The Energy Transition Chronicles

Energy Cities, January 2016
96 p, PDF format
ISBN : 978-2-9528748-4-7
Energy Cities provides local authorities with support for implementing their own energy transition process. The Proposals for the energy transition of cities and towns (
www.energy-cities.eu/30proposals) are illustrated with around a hundred of inspirational examples from all over Europe. In this document composed of five case reports, Energy Cities goes further and tells the tale of energy transition success stories. Because it is important to show that energy transition is “possible”. Why, how, with whom, for what results? We interviewed local players and decision-makers to find out more. Here are their stories…
Download the factsheets for Brussels-Capital (Belgium), Burgenland (Austria), Heidelberg (Germany), Schönau (Germany), Växjö (Sweden).



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Covenant of Mayors and CEDEC Webinar - How to boost local gas production from biomass or waste water: Inspiration from biogas-powered cities
Thursday 30 March 12:00-13:30

Webinar: Financing the energy renovation of residential buildings through soft loans and third-party investment schemes
Friday 31 March 10:00-11:00

Smart and Healthy Transport in cities
From 4 to 5 April

Participatory Urbanism 2017
From 7 to 8 April

Energy Cities’ 2017 Conference - 2050 Starts Today
From 26 to 28 April

Covenant of Mayors workshop: The Covenant of Mayors going national - Collaboration perspectives
Wednesday 26 April 09:00-15:00

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