Tuesday 3 November 2020, 09:00 - 13:00


Let’s team up for climate action on Tuesday 3 November 2020!

On Tuesday 3 November, the Compete4SECAP project team will make its last public appearance. Representatives from cities in Croatia, Cyprus, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia and Spain will share their experience transforming energy management practices! Join a team of committed energy-savers to hear about:


  • Methods and tools to monitor municipal energy use, as part of implementing an Energy Management System;
  • The do’s and don’ts of running a creative and inspiring energy-saving campaign;
  • How Covenant of Mayors signatory cities can better integrate action on climate mitigation with efforts to adapt to climate change.


We’re delighted to have Dr Tina Fawcett from the Environmental Change Institute at the University of Oxford with us to deliver the keynote address ‘Cities and the climate emergency’. With 20 years’ experience researching on energy demand and policy, Tina leads policy and governance work at the Centre for Research on Energy Demand Solutions. Tina’s research explores new concepts for radically re-thinking our energy needs in the context of planetary limits, including energy sufficiency and personal carbon allowances. Her work bridges theory and practice, through detailed policy analysis, and active involvement in several UK, European, and international projects.


We’ll also share highlights from the 2019 energy saving competition, in which 31 municipalities from eight European countries took part – and announce the winners!


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This event is free of charge, but space is limited. To secure your spot, register here