Hosted by the The Ministry of the German-speaking community of Belgium on 8-9 May 2019, four peers from different European regions are coming together to discuss governance aspects of strategic energy and climate action plans (SECAPS) in the second Policy Learning Platform Peer Review of the year.
At this two-day event, the challenges of energy and climate strategies that involve a group of municipality will be discussed, in expert slang these are called multi-municipality SECAPS.
The difficulty relates to organising and mobilising public and private stakeholders that do not belong to the same municipality, and sometimes not to the same political group, around a common strategy and translate this into concrete actions.
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Milton Keynes trials its first electric waste vehicle in support of sustainable waste solutions.
In March 2020, the Policy Learning Platform organised a peer review to assist the Naturpark Our (Luxembourg) in their policy challenge.
Why is policy learning such an integral part of Interreg Europe? How can you benefit? We dedicated a talk to exploring this during #EURegionsWeek, have a look.
On 12 and 13 November, a Peer Review will be hosted by the Région Hauts-de-France on the strategic port development plans and smart port solutions.
If the heating system is not very old, but the living rooms still do not get warm in winter, it is worth taking a look at the settings of the system.
Webinar on how combining solar and energy storage can maximise benefits for developers and landowners.