The City of Copenhagen has set the target of becoming “The World’s First Carbon Neutral Capital” by 2025, with the first step to reducing carbon emissions by 20 % by 2015, compared to 2005. The Vision has these central themes:
The Carbon Neutral Islands (CNI) project aims at supporting six islands in Scotland to become carbon neutral by 2040, and to replicate the results in other Scottish islands and in the mainland. The identified areas are Yell, Hoy, Raasay, Barra, Islay and Great Cumbrae (figure 1).
Discover the numerous ways in which the Medjimurje Energy Agency (MENEA) is implementing projects aimed at improving energy efficiency of public buildings, above all, of its headquarters – a hundred-year-old ex-military now turned administrative complex.
Ireland’s South East Energy Agency is delighted to support 60 sustainable energy communities in the four counties of Carlow, Kilkenny, Wexford, and Waterford. See how the agency is helping Irish communities to begin taking the energy transition into their own hands.
The massive increase in energy prices has led to a surge of questions about energy use and demand. To make sure househols and businesses are fully aware of all the intricacies of the current energy market, the Energy and Environment Agency of Lower Austria has set up a consulting service for citizens and municipalities.
The Energy Agency of the Zlín Region (EAZK) recently took part in the LC DISTRICTS Interreg project, which significantly accelerated the development of low-carbon areas nationwide, with targeted buildings energy renovations.
As part of the Smart EPC project, the city of Kraków is testing the use of LED street lanterns for vehicle charging. To understand the interest of residents, the Roads Authority prepared a field test and appealed for help in mapping out the location of the EV chargers.