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STEP UP Final Newsletter

Our final STEP UP Newsletter has just gone out to our subscribers.  The newsletter has information updating you on each city's progress, SEAP and recent events and achievements. Click here to view our newsletter.

Celsius Smart Cities Workshop- 16th September 2015

This interactive workshop will bring together excellence from several advanced European Smart Cities projects that will put forward their expertise and their project results on integrated planning, energy efficiency and district energy solutions, among others.

MSc Global Sustainable Cities Brochure

The Institute for Future Cities (IFC) has published a new brochure for the MSc Global Sustainable Cities.
"Capacity building of local governments to advance Local Climate and Energy Action – from planning to action to monitoring" is a 3-year project, co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe programme. It started in June 2011 and runs until May 2014. 
Energy Efficiency news across the energy sector including: power generation, transport, building, design and policy.
Energy Cities is the European Association of local authorities in energy transition.
Launched by the European Commission in 2003, IEE offers assistance to organisations looking to improve energy sustainability.
ManagEnergy is a technical support initiative of the Intelligent Energy - Europe (IEE) programme of the European Commission which aims to assist actors from the public sector and their advisers working on energy efficiency and renewable energy at the local and regional level. 
 Riga Energy Agency - SEAP Documents

Riga's Energy Agency is a municipal organisation related to Riga City Council. Link to REA's E-Catalogue here (Latvian).


      Aberdeen Heat and Power

Aberdeen Heat & Power Ltd is a ‘not for profit’ company that was set up by Aberdeen City Council in 2002 to develop and operate district heating and CHP (Combined Heat & Power) schemes in their area.


 Solar Cities Scotland

Solar Cities Scotland aims to develop and promote the use of renewable energy in all its forms and offer practical advice on low carbon living for urban communities across Scotland.


Heat and the City is a four year research programme examining the development of sustainable, low carbon heating in urban areas. The project's multi-disciplinary research addresses a major gap in UK sustainable energy policy, which is the neglect of energy used for heating and hot water in buildings. The project is funded by the UK Research Councils’ Energy and Communities Programme and is one of seven projects which place society, environment and economy at the centre of the public debate.


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