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Community Power Workshop: community energy and local governments
9 Sep 15
Anglo Study Centre, 45 Russell Square, Bloomsbury, WC1B 4JP London
This is a past event, you can no longer book tickets.
Under the framework of the Fortnight, ICLEI Europe and Friends of the Earth are organising a CO-POWER workshop on the topic “Community Energy & Local Governments: capacity building on financial models - zooming in on ESCOs”.
Local decision-makers, council planners, local government associations / networks and energy agencies are invited to participate in this free workshop which will take place on the 9th of September and will address the following questions: - How can a local government invest in community energy? Why? - How do you set up and ESCO? - What are the barriers and how can they be overcome? - How does one access funding for local climate and energy action? What models work? The programme of the day is available here!