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Events in June 2018:

«June 2018»

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From 4 to 8 June
Brussels, Belgium

EU Sustainable Energy Week: Lead the Clean Energy Transition

Policy conference, Networking village, Awards competition, Energy Days: every year the European Commission (Directorate-General for Energy and EASME) organises the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) – the biggest event dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use in Europe. This year’s tagline is “Lead the Clean Energy Transition”, and it will cover a series of activities with an EU-wide scope.
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From 5 to 6 June
Brussels, Belgium

The Power of Heat: COGEN Europe annual conference

The conference will in particular focus on how cogeneration can play an important role in delivering energy savings, reducing CO2 emissions, creating jobs, boosting the competitiveness of European industry and facilitating the uptake of more intermittent renewables. These are all key objectives of the EU Energy Union and are at the heart of the current negotiations on the Clean Energy Package. Cogeneration generates today 15% of the EU’s heat and 10.5% of the EU’s electricity. There is potential to increase these numbers and help Europe to achieve its climate goals.
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From 6 to 9 June
Nantes, France

« Transition énergétique et sociétale : comment changer d’échelle ? »

Dans le cadre des "Rencontres Internationales Francophones", 4 jours de conférence, ateliers, débats.
Très présents dans d’autres pays comme l’Allemagne ou le Danemark, les projets locaux portés par des collectifs d’entreprises, d’habitants, d’agriculteurs, en articulation avec les politiques publiques, peuvent contribuer à engager et développer les transitions localement. En France, si des projets phares sont bien présents, ils restent trop rares et la question aujourd’hui posée est celle du changement d’échelle sur nos territoires.
Cette rencontre vise à explorer deux thèmes principaux :
- Comment caractériser les initiatives locales ?
- Comment favoriser le changement d’échelle ?
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Thursday 7 June 09:00-10:30
Brussels (BE)

A fair transition? How can the EU post-2020 budget support local energy leadership?

In order to meet Paris Agreement commitments, the EU’s next budget must strengthen climate objectives and support policies to set us on the path towards net zero emissions (at the latest) by 2050.
In addition, especially in the current climate of wide-spread Euroscepticism and nationalist resurgences, the next EU budget should also contribute to building a more cohesive Europe through dedicated support for local, community-led energy projects.

Organised in the framework of the Renewables Networking Platform, this event is designed to put forward proposals that work towards these goal, to test them with a wide range of stakeholders and to hear different perspectives on what is required for the budget to deliver not only on climate but also socio-economic ambitions.

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Thursday 14 June 11:00-12:30
Warsaw-Serock, Poland

PUBLENEF workshop: Providing local authorities with means to lead the energy transition

Local authorities, as local consumers and producers (prosumers) of energy, as local policy makers and being closest to their citizens are (should be) in the position to lead the local sustainable energy transition. Energy efficiency is a cornerstone of sustainable energy policies.

This C4E Forum session, organised by Energy Cities in the framework of the EU Horizon 2020 PUBLENEF project, will aim at taking account of local authorities’ leading role; means and needs of local authorities in energy efficiency, with special regard to buildings and renovation policies. Placed in a Central and Eastern European regional context, the multi-stakeholder speakers represent multiple levels of governance and along with the audience they shall be invited to share their views and experience on the subject matter.

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From 28 to 29 June
Faro, Portugal

Advocacy Bootcamp

The Interreg Sudoe and Interreg MED Programmes will jointly hold a boot camp training on promotion and lobbying, to support approved projects in their marketing and capitalisation actions. During two days, participants will benefit from practical training in strategy, political influence, storytelling and digital communication; partners and professionals testimonials from different perspectives will complement the trainers. Given the restricted number of places, this training is preferably targeting partners in charge of capitalisation and/or communication of their projects.

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Events to come
Rencontres des villes du transport gratuit - Cities Meeting on Free Public Transport
From 3 to 4 September

Behave 2018 conference
From 5 to 7 September

Conférence sur les territoires pionniers de la transition énergétique en France et en Allemagne
From 5 to 6 September

"Dealing with the past & Planning for the future - turning urban brownfields into possibilities" Baltic Urban Lab final conference
From 6 to 7 September

URBACT City Festival
From 13 to 14 September

CIVITAS Annual Conference
From 19 to 21 September

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