The conclusion of the Energiewende twinning towns project once again shows how important European cooperation is for exchange and networking on the energy transition. Read more »
The project aims at existing or planned cooperations between European cities or communities that intend to deepen or initiate their cooperation on renewable energies. The core of the project are bilateral workshops in one of the twinning municipalities, which offer municipal authorities and local stakeholders such as public utilities the opportunity to exchange experience and transfer knowledge.
The second online workshop in the project Energiewende Twinning Towns discussed the potential of hydrogen to contribute to the decarbonization of the industrial, mobility, energy and heating sectors. Read more »
A webinar about climate communication and communication tools during the COVID-19 crisis. Read more »
Structural transition is characterized by challenges, opportunities and change. The cities Braunsbedra and Kozani share their coalexit experience to facilitate the energy transition towards renewable energy. Read more »
The cities have more in common than their green landscape: Both are engaged in the Energiewende. Therefore, Galway and Pfaffenhofen will share their experience about renewable energy, cooperatives within the Energy Twinning Town Project. Read more »
The project "Energiewende PartnerStadt" promotes pan-European exchange between municipal actors. Read more »
Marburg Biedenkopf and Koscierzyna - Standing together for a better future: renewable energy as knowledge transfer Read more »