MultEE is a Horizon 2020 project that aims to improve the consistency and quality of energy efficiency policy planning and implementation through innovative monitoring and verification schemes as well as through improved coordination between different administrative levels.
The Coopenergy Partnership has published a 'how to' guide to support public authorities to work better in partnership on their sustainable energy initatives and energy planning. The Partnership has been testing these collaborative approaches using a concept called 'Multi-level Governance' (working effectively across different tiers of government) and has shared its approach and experiences in a new publication 'The Multi-Level Governance Guidebook'!
Over the last three years of the Coopenergy project, the Coopenergy partners have been testing the best examples of working collaborating on energy initiatives with their local partners using a multi-level governance (MLG) approach. We have uploaded 7 new case studies to showcase how each region has used an MLG approach to progress their sustainable energy work:
In our good practice of the week, find out more about how the Region of Andalusia increased cooperation amongst their three tiers of government through the Covenant of Mayors initiative.
In our good practice of the week, find out more about how the Provence-Alpes-Côte-d’Azur region in France set up the AGIR programme to provide technical and financial assistance towards energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.
Read the case study now: http://bit.ly/25XwJb7
Visit our sustainable energy good practice database to read more case studies: http://www.coopenergy.eu/good-practice-resources
In our good practice of the week, find out more about how the Province of Genoa has set up governance structures at multiple levels to enable regional partners to collaborate effectively on energy planning, under the framework of the Covenant of Mayors.
In our good practice of the week, find out about the province of Genoa's territorial strategy for energy planning.
In our good practice of the week, find out how the County of Stockholm worked with municipalities to discuss the difficulties they faced on energy efficiency and create tailored solutions.
In our good practice of the week, find out how the Sussex Energy Saving Partnership was formed to deliver a programme of energy saving measures across East and West Sussex.
Read the case study now: http://bit.ly/1SL2k9U