The Energy Poverty Advisory Hub has released a new handbook offering a series of detailed and concrete steps to achieve an energy poverty assessment, applicable to each local context.
Call extended to become an EUCF Country Expert or National Hub in Luxembourg, Iceland and the Netherlands
EUCF has extended the call for Country Experts in Iceland and Luxembourg and National Hub in the Netherlands. Are you from one of these countries and interested in supporting municipalities in their EUCF journeys? Then apply by April 14!
How to assess the impact of climate measures? Episode 3 of our adaptation podcast series gives us some insights.
In the third episode of our podcast series on adaptation, we brought in a technical expert, environmental engineering Ion Sola Torralba, to help us tackle the complex question of assessing adaptation.
The EUCF announces new calls: 209 grants of €60.000 to open for cities pursuing investments in clean energy
Are you looking for funding to decarbonise your building stock? You want to invest in clean energy in your city? Keep an eye on the European City Facility - they just announced they will open new calls for grants of 60,000 euros!
53 cities from across 21 countries have been invited to embark upon unprecedented climate action, through the NetZeroCities Pilot Cities Programme managed by the Mission Platform of the EU Mission on Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities.
At this year’s Covenant of Mayors Conference, we can expect to hear from Mayors from a diverse range of European cities of all sizes, on the topic of the energy crisis. The list of speakers and event agenda have been announced.
Discover the Regio1st project: helping regional governments prioritise energy efficiency in their planning
The EU Covenant of Mayors recently co-organised the launch event of the project Regio1st where more than 90 participants from different sectors and levels of governance were brought together to discuss the Energy Efficiency First principle. Revisit the launch event and learn more about the project.
Discover two new calls from Circular Cities and Regions Initiatives (CCRI) that can help your city implement systemic circular solutions
Are you looking to implement more circular solutions in your city? Horizon just launched two new calls for demonstration projects and supporting organisations for the CCRI (Circular Cities and Regions Initiatives). Check them out!
Do you need help identifying projects, or further shaping project ideas to become bankable? Then apply now to the Smart Cities Marketplace Matchmaking session which will help you through tailor-made technical assistance.
To accelerate the decarbonisation of its buildings in order to reach its target of net zero carbon by 2030, Toulouse Métropole has put in place a one-stop-shop, called la Maison de l'Énergie (the Energy House), to help citizens renovate their homes. Check out our full case study!