Can collaboration between stakeholders from different levels be a key to achieve successful energy and climate plans?
In this first session, we focused on multi-level governance. How to build effective collaboration processes between different departments and governance levels to increase the quality of sustainable energy and climate plans? How can municipalities cooperate and design joint SECAPs? How can we better share and exploit energy data? How are regions currently supporting municipalities? These are some of the questions that were addressed.
Welcome – Giacomo LUCIANI, DG REGIO
Stepping up actions for a fairer, climate-neutral Europe – Mariangela Luceri, Covenant of Mayors – Europe Office
Why vertical cooperation matters? Experience from the C-Track 50 project – Patrick Biard, AURA-EE
Multi-Level Governance – experience from the Pentahelix project – Guri Bugge, Viken County
Abruzzo Region in Covenant of Mayors – The experience from Joint SECAP – Chiara Barchiesi, Abruzzo Region
Regional support to municipalities: the case of Piemonte Region – Silvio De Nigris, Piemonte Region
Room 1: Regions supporting local energy & climate action
Host: Patrick Biard (C-Track 50)
Room 2 – How can we increase the quality and implementation rate of SECAPs through MLG?
Hosts: Guri Bugge and Ana Lovrak (Pentahelix)
Room 3 – Cooperation between municipalities for Joint SECAPs
Hosts: Chiara Barchiesi and Rosalba D’onofrio (JOINT SECAP)
Room 4 – Regional Energy Observatory for data monitoring and sharing
Hosts: Silvio De Nigris (PROSPECT 2030) and Catherine Premat (C-Track 50)
The Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy – Europe, H2020 projects C-Track 50 and PentaHelix joined forces for a unique joint event series for local/regional public authorities and their stakeholders, entitled “GET READY FOR 2050”. Divided in three online sessions, the event series aimed to support participants in three central areas: building effective collaboration processes, (successfully) planning for the future, and financing climate and energy plans. Supported by high-level experts and other invited EU initiatives, organisers offered participants an interesting mix of inspiring presentations and small-group discussions to tackle the main challenges and seize opportunities related to the central themes.
Find the other sessions of the GET READY FOR 2050 series of webinars: