Innovative clean energy — local level transition in Northern Europe
Panel discussion on the work of local government in delivering clean energy supply and low emission, energy efficient and renewable projects for public services - community energy, waste management, district heating, and mobility. Local expert panelists will showcase and compare examples of local authority projects for clean energy that support the EU 2020 and 2030 climate and energy targets and the objectives of the "Clean Energy for All Europeans" package, particularly in renewables and energy efficiency. It will include opening statements from the European Committee of the Regions (CoR) President and the European Commission.
This event is supported by the national local government associations of Finland, Iceland, Norway, Scotland and Sweden who work closely together in the House of Municipalities, Brussels where our European umbrella the Council of European Municipalities and Regions (CEMR) also resides. Together we represent over 1,000 municipalities working to support sustainable energy solutions in new and innovative ways - whether that be testing new solutions in transport, looking at alternative fuel sources or connecting rural and peripheral areas. Our EUSEW activity will demonstrate the leadership of local government in the field of climate action and role in facilitating access to affordable clean energy, to supply and empower local communities.
Please note that this session will take place in English and that entry is granted on a first come first serve basis. It will also be video recorded. The session is followed by a networking reception in the House of Municipalities, Square de Meeus 1.
Thank you to everyone who made the session a success. You can see a recording of the presentations here.