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Cities & Citizens Energy Forum

Heerlen, Netherlands

15 September at 9:00 am — 17 September at 4:30 pm

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Aren’t you tired of sitting in a conference, listening to never-ending speeches? Are you looking for dialogues and meaningful peer-to-peer exchanges instead?

If you are seeking to rethink the boundaries of our actions, or dreaming of a place to make your work visible and find new partners, the first Cities and Citizens Energy Forum is for you.

We want our annual conference to be more than 3 days of pleasant social gathering: the Forum should drive debates and provide inspiration to the participants and the hosting city. We want to be challenged by the local community!

During 3 days, we will:

SHOW the progresses, the potentials, the diversity of local energy initiatives
SHARE solutions, failures, needs for new policies and legal frameworks
SHAKE the business as usual agenda, the EU agenda, and our own way of thinking!

What we want to achieve

We want to show how vibrant the local energy initiatives are, by focusing on partnerships between municipalities and communities. We will demonstrate that the transition is happening! By exploring such partnerships, we want to highlight positive actions that go beyond fighting and adapting to climate change, to reinvent local economies and policy making at local level.

We aim at building this Forum with relevant partners, promoting best practices of cities and citizens energy partnerships to a wider audience. That is why we will have the European network of energy cooperatives REScoop opening our conference, to present some of their relevant projects from across Europe.

2020 will be the first year of the new European Commission: that is why we invited the Executive Vice President Frans Timmermans. He will be back to his hometown to discuss the development of the new “European climate culture” he has been tasked with. We hope he will debate with Energy Cities members and participants in the conference.

Heerlen, Netherlands Energy Cities info@energy-cities.eu DD/MM/YYYY 15
Save to Calendar 15-9-2020 9:00 am 17-9-2020 4:30 pm Cities & Citizens Energy Forum

Aren’t you tired of sitting in a conference, listening to never-ending speeches? Are you looking for dialogues and meaningful peer-to-peer exchanges instead?

If you are seeking to rethink the boundaries of our actions, or dreaming of a place to make your work visible and find new partners, the first Cities and Citizens Energy Forum is for you.

We want our annual conference to be more than 3 days of pleasant social gathering: the Forum should drive debates and provide inspiration to the participants and the hosting city. We want to be challenged by the local community!

During 3 days, we will:

SHOW the progresses, the potentials, the diversity of local energy initiatives
SHARE solutions, failures, needs for new policies and legal frameworks
SHAKE the business as usual agenda, the EU agenda, and our own way of thinking!

What we want to achieve

We want to show how vibrant the local energy initiatives are, by focusing on partnerships between municipalities and communities. We will demonstrate that the transition is happening! By exploring such partnerships, we want to highlight positive actions that go beyond fighting and adapting to climate change, to reinvent local economies and policy making at local level.

We aim at building this Forum with relevant partners, promoting best practices of cities and citizens energy partnerships to a wider audience. That is why we will have the European network of energy cooperatives REScoop opening our conference, to present some of their relevant projects from across Europe.

2020 will be the first year of the new European Commission: that is why we invited the Executive Vice President Frans Timmermans. He will be back to his hometown to discuss the development of the new “European climate culture” he has been tasked with. We hope he will debate with Energy Cities members and participants in the conference.

Heerlen, Netherlands Energy Cities info@energy-cities.eu DD/MM/YYYY 15
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Aren’t you tired of sitting in a conference, listening to never-ending speeches? Are you looking for dialogues and meaningful peer-to-peer exchanges instead?

If you are seeking to rethink the boundaries of our actions, or dreaming of a place to make your work visible and find new partners, the first Cities and Citizens Energy Forum is for you.

We want our annual conference to be more than 3 days of pleasant social gathering: the Forum should drive debates and provide inspiration to the participants and the hosting city. We want to be challenged by the local community!

During 3 days, we will:

SHOW the progresses, the potentials, the diversity of local energy initiatives
SHARE solutions, failures, needs for new policies and legal frameworks
SHAKE the business as usual agenda, the EU agenda, and our own way of thinking!

What we want to achieve

We want to show how vibrant the local energy initiatives are, by focusing on partnerships between municipalities and communities. We will demonstrate that the transition is happening! By exploring such partnerships, we want to highlight positive actions that go beyond fighting and adapting to climate change, to reinvent local economies and policy making at local level.

We aim at building this Forum with relevant partners, promoting best practices of cities and citizens energy partnerships to a wider audience. That is why we will have the European network of energy cooperatives REScoop opening our conference, to present some of their relevant projects from across Europe.

2020 will be the first year of the new European Commission: that is why we invited the Executive Vice President Frans Timmermans. He will be back to his hometown to discuss the development of the new “European climate culture” he has been tasked with. We hope he will debate with Energy Cities members and participants in the conference.

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https://forum.energy-cities.eu/

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https://forum.energy-cities.eu/