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3 November 2016




This webinar will present how to select funding or to set up financial instruments to implement actions integrating Energy Management (EnMS) and Sustainable Energy Action Plans according to energy management standards such as ISO50001. The webinar will focus on: how to fund and how to finance the activities, what to consider, how to set up PPPs, and share good practices from across Europe.

Municipalities, Regional Authorities, Covenant of Mayors Supporters and Coordinators, energy agencies public and private stakeholders are invited to participate in this online webinar.

View the programme and register here.

The webinar is organized by the 50000&1 SEAPs project, which provides a coherent approach to integrating Energy Management Systems (EnMS) with Sustainable Energy Action Plans (SEAPs) according to energy management standard such as ISO 50001and European Energy Award, as quality management certification system for municipalities committed to sustainable energy planning. The project aims to help municipalities overcome the barriers blocking institutionalisation of their action plans and reinforce internal structures and procedures for high-quality, long-term, energy policy and planning. This ensures that sustainable approaches to local energy policy and planning are spread and strengthened further across Europe.

Learn more about 50000&1 SEAPs and register here for the webinar.

30 November - 2 December 2016


Sustainable City Development 2016

Local Implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Malmö, Sweden
The UN's new 17 global sustainability goals mean local challenges and here is neither a lack of will or initiative in Malmö to achieve them. Between the 30th November - 2nd December 2016, Malmö municipality is organising an international conference on how cities can work with global development and how we have made the UN's goals our own on the road to a sustainable city.

To register for the event, click here.

To have a look at the programme, click here.


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