Hotmaps is an open-source heating/cooling mapping and planning toolbox with a default EU28-wide dataset at national and local level. It allows public authorities to identify, analyze, model and map resources and solutions to supply energy needs in a resource and cost-efficient way. Hotmaps can help authorities to develop heating and cooling strategies on local, regional and national scale in line with RES and CO2-Emission targets.
A data repository on District Heating, especially low temperature DH, in Baltic Sea Region countries and a set of ICT tools to provide actors responsible for energy supply systems with basic knowledge that allows an insight into the necessity of future sustainable DH concepts.
X-tendo and its toolbox aim to provide public authorities and implementing agencies with improved compliance, reliability, usability and convergence of next-generation energy performance assessment and certification.
Scientific assessment of CoM regarding the pillars of mitigation and adaptation of climate change. This report describes the plans submitted by signatories, examines planned and implemented policies and gives an overview on the progresses in terms of energy consumption, GHG emission reduction and resilience increase.
The Celsius Toolbox aims to be a source of knowledge and inspiration for cities interested in developing district energy (district heating and cooling) solutions. It addresses cities which are just beginning to implement small-scale district heating and cooling networks as well as cities with large established systems endeavoring for even smarter and more efficient solutions.
Sustainability is an international, cross-disciplinary, scholarly, peer-reviewed and open access journal of environmental, cultural, economic, and social sustainability of human beings. It provides an advanced forum for studies related to sustainability and sustainable development, and is published semimonthly online by MDPI.
The EBRD Green Economy Transition knowledge hub showcases GET-related publications about energy efficiency in the corporate and energy sector, about the EBRD’s Green Economy Finance Facilities, climate change adaptation and the Bank’s climate finance partnerships.
Eurocities is the network of more than 190 cities in 38 countries, representing 130 million people. Through joint work, knowledge-sharing and coordinated Europe-wide activity, they ensure that cities and their people are heard in Europe
Comprehensive database of resources linked to district heating and cooling, including academic reports & studies, research projects outcomes, market analysis as well as other relevant content to the sector.
ManagEnergy is a European Commission initiative dedicated to regional and local energy agencies with the objectives of assisting them in becoming leaders in the energy transition and of increasing sustainable energy investments in regions and cities.
This publication highlights examples of climate mitigation and adaptation strategies carried out by twelve Eurocities member cities from all over Europe in four different sectors: buildings; energy; governance; and transport.
Organizing Engagement is an online publication dedicated to advancing knowledge, understanding, and practice at the intersection of education organizing, engagement, and equity. Our website collects ideas, models, strategies, policies, and research, and then shares them in the form of introductions, interviews, profiles, and other content. Our target group are local leaders, organizers, and practitioners, as well as the many others working in partnership and solidarity with them.
More and more people are taking the initiative to make their local neighbourhood more liveable, for instance by helping to maintain playgrounds or green spaces. As a result, the relationship between government and society is changing. On one page that is part of the website of the government of the Netherlands you can find information about Citizen participation, Government participation, Do-ocracy And links to organisations that can support you.
The GEORISK project works to establish risk insurance all over Europe and in some key target third countries to cover risks associated with the development and the operation of a deep geothermal plant.