Energy and Climate Initiatives of the European Cities
September 11, 2020

Energy and Climate Initiatives of the European Cities

The international experience presented in this publication relates to sectors in which the use of fuel and energy resources can be significantly reduced. The implementation of these measures usually brings other co-benefits for municipalities, including reduction of air pollution and noise, creation of additional green areas, increased energy independence, new jobs, etc.



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