Kada je u pitanju energetska tranzicija, potreba za inovacijama na municipalnoj razini nikada nije bila veća. Posljednjih smo godina svjedočili nekim uspješnim pričama gdje su inovativne ideje dovele do jednakijih, pravednih i demokratičnih energetskih politika. No dijeljenje tih ideja bilo je ograničeno i imale su tendenciju ostati lokalne i specifične. Kako bismo postigli uspjeh većih razmjera koji možemo replicirati, potreban nam je koordiniran i integriran pristup suradnji i dijeljenju znanja. Zato je tu mPOWER.

mPOWER je četverogodišnji program koji će omogućiti dubinski, širok i sistematičan peer-to-peer program učenja među najmanje 100 lokalnih jedinica javne vlasti kako bi se replicirale inovativne najbolje prakse municipalne energetike i razvili ambiciozni planovi energetske tranzicije.

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Vijesti s projekta

  • Forum Talk: Energy democracy drives just transitions – strategies from across the globeForum Talk: Energy democracy drives just transitions – strategies from across the globe
    Energy systems and climate action cannot be left to the market. It’s urgent to transition to energy democracies that are optimal for people and planet. How can public ownership, community control and participatory governance ensure that justice is served? And which forms of collective action...
  • New research: Urban Energy Transitions in Europe, towards Low-Socio-Environmental Impact Cities
    Thanks to the support of all the local authorities that have participated and are participating in mPower, we have been able to carry out the research "Urban Energy Transitions in Europe, towards Low-Socio-Environmental Impact Cities". The shared vision on the need for an energy transition towards a renewable, fair and…
  • Peer Learning Materials (coming soon)
  • How Mannheim is harnessing social innovation to master the energy transitionHow Mannheim is harnessing social innovation to master the energy transition
    Characterised by its proximity to two rivers, the Rhine and the Neckar, as well as its heavy industry, the City of Mannheim in south-western Germany faces an urgent climate challenge. The city has committed to becoming climate neutral by 2050 and is looking into whether this goal can be achieved…
  • Cork City’s many transitionsCork City’s many transitions
    The small Irish city of Cork has committed to reducing its CO2 emissions by 40% by 2030, compared to the baseline of 2016, and aims for net-zero emissions by 2050. In the diverse business centre, some of the world’s largest tech companies meet a significant agricultural industry producing meat and…
  • The state of European municipal energy transition: an overview of current trends
    This report explores the state of energy transition within Europe’s municipalities, drawing on existing academic and non-academic literature, and primary data collection carried out as part of the mPOWER project. It highlights the key role of municipal actors in the energy transition, although progress takes a wide range of forms…