Join PROSPECT’s final workshop on October 22nd and learn from some of the most experienced cities, regions and energy agencies about innovative financing mechanisms.

On Friday the 28th of August, registrations opened for the first ever completely virtual European Week of Regions and Cities. It will be spread during 3 weeks between the 5th and 22nd of October and PROSPECT will be a part of it!

The first call of the new European City Facility is open until October 2nd! Find out how to benefit from this new programme, and join the adventure.

Local energy efficiency and sustainability policies are mostly defined by the EU legal framework[1], how it is interpreted by cities and regions and how they will turn it into regional or local measures. Cities and regions across Europe are key in leading and achieving EU climate targets. The result is that more often than not, they will implement more ambitious measures than they are required to. At the municipal level, voluntary signatories of the Covenant of Mayors (CoM) need to design their own policy framework to achieve the sustainability and climate targets, called Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plans (SECAPs)