New video details benefits of pan-European exchange on energy issues

Climate Alliance has just released a short film illustrating the importance of city to city exchange in initiating bottom-up approaches for energy retrofitting. “We’ve seen that cooperation between local initiatives and city administrations can be very effective and produce great results,” asserts Jörn Klein of Climate Alliance. The video takes a deeper look at the insights, experiences and motivation of municipal representatives, energy agencies, social housing providers and NGOs across Northwest Europe that have joined forces via the Climate Active Neighbourhoods initiative. The Interreg North-West Europe funded project focuses on underprivileged districts in need of renovation by encouraging local administrations to tap into neighbourhood-based approaches in getting residents involved in energy retrofitting.

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