An array of studies, policy papers and reports are developed in the frame of FEDARENE’s activities and projects. The following documents are categorised by topic, type of publication and by projects.
Within this study, a review of heat production technologies and fuels is presented where the present, medium, and long-term energy costs for district heating networks are identified.
The signatory cities of the Cities Manifesto for Fossil-Free Heating & Cooling remain united in their conviction that the heat transition can only be achieved if all government levels fulfil their role, provide the right support mechanisms and establish an enabling regulatory framework for the local level.
The Basque Country was among the first sub-national organisations in the world to adopt a consistent Sustainable Development Goals localisation strategy. Read more about its policies and projects, including OPENGELA, in this publication in the European Joint Research Centre.
Ahead of the European Council’s discussion on 25 May about the new climate and energy legislation (so called Fit for 55 Package), European businesses, investor groups, local and regional authorities and NGOs published a joint letter to list their expectations.
New deliverable published on the feedback received during the 2nd round of national and EU QualDeEPC workshops.
As the European Commission is revising the Renewable Energy Directive to make it “fit for 55”, the regions and energy agencies members of FEDARENE recommend 10 solutions to create a new momentum in Europe’s Energy Policies.
The Energy Efficiency Watch presents the results of its new survey, bringing together the insights of over 1,200 experts on the progress in energy efficiency policies and key factors for narrative development in all EU Member States.