UBC TALKS webinar on future trends in sustainable energy production: online on 30 November 2021, at 9.30–11.00 CET / 10.30–12.00 EET (agenda and registration). Hear from the forerunning UBC cities about the ways to reach carbon neutrality already in this decade!
- Växjö Energi – solutions to stop climate crisis.
Växjö enables energy transition from climate neutral to climate positive. The Växjö Energi company provides products and services in the areas of electricity, district heating and district cooling. District heating is also provided through local bio-fuel production plants.
- City of Turku – energy efficiency plans and citizen involvement.
City of Turku is involved in the RESPONSE project, the main objective of which is to create Positive Energy Districts. The presentation will explain the City of Turku's climate positivity objective and provide examples of energy positivity solutions.
- Adven Latvia in Valmiera – sustainable energy production.
Up to 84% of the thermal energy used in Valmiera’s central heating is produced by the Adven Latvia company from 90% biomass and 10% natural gas, reducing Valmieras' greenhouse gas emissions while providing greater independence and heating price stability to the inhabitants.
- Energy Cities – energy trends and policies influencing the cities of tomorrow.
Energy Cities is the learning community for futureproof cities, made up of local leaders of thousands of European cities. They showcase concrete alternatives deployed by cities, advocate to change politic and economic governance at all levels and foster a wide cultural change leading to a futureproof society.
- European City Facility – open call for energy investment plans.
The 3rd round of calls for the EUCF applications is open: get inspired by the presentations from cities and learn how you can proceed with your sustainable energy investment projects.
For more information please contact Mariia Andreeva, project coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org