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Introducing a CEESEN Associate: Climate Alliance, Germany

Climate Alliance is the largest European city network dedicated to fair and comprehensive climate action.


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SECAP of Sátoraljaújhely by WWF

The city of Sátoraljaújhely would reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2030 compared to 2020.


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SECAP of Slovenska Bistrica created by LEASP

By joining the Covenant of Mayors initiative, the Municipality of Slovenska Bistrica has made a commitment to reduce CO2 emissions by 36 % by 2030, compared to the base year of 2009.


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SECAP of Ormož created by LEASP

By joining the Covenant of Mayors initiative, the Municipality of Ormož has made a commitment to reduce CO2 emissions by 40 % by 2030, compared to the base year of 2008.


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Meet the CEESEN Founders: University of Tartu (UTARTU), Estonia

University of Tartu (UTARTU) is Estonia's leading centre of research, teaching and training and the oldest university in the region.


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Collaboration, knowledge exchange, innovation – that is CEESEN

Introducing CEESEN (Central and Eastern European Sustainable Energy Network), a powerful force driving the transition towards sustainable energy solutions in our region. CEESEN was born out of the shared vision to create a greener future, where renewable energy is at the forefront of our collective efforts.


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Sustainable Municipalities Conference 2023 in Budapest: Responses to the energy and climate crisis 

Join the Sustainable Municipalities Conference, taking place on the 6th and 7th of September 2023, in the vibrant city of Budapest, Hungary.


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Meet the CEESEN Founders: MAE, Poland

Mazovia Energy Agency Ltd. (MAE) is a regional energy agency established in 2009 by the Mazovia Voivodeship under the framework of Intelligent Energy Europe Programme.


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Meet the CEESEN Founders: Vidzeme Planning Region, Latvia

Vidzeme Planning Region (VPR) is one of five NUTS3 regions in Latvia comprising 11 municipalities located in the Northern part of Latvia with an area of 19 809 km2 (1/3 of the whole country) and 276 000 inhabitants (14, 7 % of the entire country).


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Medjimurje Energy Agency Ltd. held an educational workshop

Croatian partner Medjimurje Energy Agency Ltd. held an educational workshop on Friday, 30th of June, 2023, focused on financing and implementing energy and climate plans at the local and regional level, as well as integrating the concept of a just transition into the process of energy and climate planning at the regional level.


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Sand batteries for heat storage

Even if the technology for heat production and their efficiency is constantly rising, heat losses still represent a main issue, which correspond also to a huge money loss; a problem for everyone and most of all for these countries located in zones where heating sources are used for most of the year and therefore where avoiding losses becomes fundamental.


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Meet the CEESEN Founders: ConPlusUltra, Austria

ConPlusUltra Consultants GmbH is an Austrian consulting company specialized in the identification, development and implementation of renewable energy, energy efficiency and climate protection projects. ConPlusUltra’s proven record in reliable professional advice has made us a valued partner for public and private clients.


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E-fuels – functionning and potential

The term electrofuels (E-fuels) indicates any medium or technology capable to convert the electrical power, produced through renewable resources, to a gaseous or liquid form of energy.


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Meet the CEESEN Founders: MENEA, Croatia

Medjimurje Energy Agency Ltd. (MENEA) is regional energy agency established in 2008 under the framework of Intelligent Energy Europe programme with the aim of promoting the idea of sustainable development in accordance with actual needs in Medjimurje county located in the northernmost part of Croatia. MENEA’s founder and sole owner is regional authority Medjimurje County.


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Meet the CEESEN Founders: WWF, Hungary

WWF Hungary was founded in 1991 in order to meet the most urgent challenges and threats on nature in Hungary on a national level while aligning its work to international nature conservation efforts.


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Meet the CEESEN Founders: DOOR, Croatia

Society for Sustainable Development Design (DOOR) is a civil society organization founded in 2003 with the mission to promote sustainable development principles in all segments of society, at the local, regional and national levels, primarily in the field of energy.


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Biomethane production from municipal and agricoltural wastes

The necessity of a drastic change in our habits and a more sustainable use of the resources at our disposal are the principal goals of every country in these difficult years, signed by a profound change in climate, economic and social effects of the global issues.


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Meet the CEESEN Founders: TREA, Estonia

Introducing Tartu Regional Energy Agency (TREA) only energy agency from Estonia.


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Driving Sustainability in Small and Rural Communities: Covenant of Mayors-Europe Webinar Explores Solutions for a Greener Future

The Covenant of Mayors-Europe recently organized an insightful webinar focused on addressing the unique challenges faced by small and rural municipalities in developing and implementing Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plans (SECAPs).


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One step towards a more sustainable industry – RESINDUSTRY final event concluded successful project

More than half a hundred people gathered at the Czech Ministry of Industry and Trade in Prague for the final event of the RESINDUSTRY project.


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Floating Photovoltaic Panels

Recent years have shown many controversies regarding the establishment of large PV plants for electricity production that covers big land areas.


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SECAP of Hatvan created by WWF Hungary

The city of Hatvan would reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2030 compared to 2020.


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