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  Monthly newsletter n°245 - November 2016  
    Policy brief: #TakeControl

#TakeControl was the slogan of the pro-Brexit campaign. Brexit supporters based their campaign on the intervention of EU rules in their everyday life, on the imposition of Brussels’ "lax" immigration policy... Taking the opposite approach to this vision, the NEF (New Economic Foundation), a (...)
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Community energy: From buzzword to paradigm change?
“Energy citizens”, “community power” and “energy democracy” have all become buzzwords EU policy makers and representatives make repeated use of across their (...)
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Blockchain and energy: a coming revolution?
On 26 October, the conference office on studies of Tecsol "Photovoltaic self-consumption and Blockchain" was held in Paris. At this symposium, the Tecsol (...)
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Takeaways from the second POCACITO study tour
In the framework of the 7FP "POst-CArbon CIties of TOmorrow" project, coming to an end next December, a 3-day study tour was organised by Energy Cities, in (...)
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Getting active with the CitiZEN project
In 2016, within the CitiZEN project, six Energy Cities member cities organised participatory events dedicated to citizens. Some ideas to get inspired from! (...)
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