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Cities and communities are at the forefront of energy development in British Columbia

The GreenTech Exchange and the BC Women in Energy Network yesterday hosted a panel on “Community Energy Development: The Role of Small-Scale Energy Systems in Achieving a Clean Energy Future“. This event made clear that cities and communities in British Columbia are at the forefront on climate change, sustainability and clean energy development. In his…

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Urban Mobility of the Future

We’re living in an urban age: 50% of the planet’s population today live in cities, consume 75% of energy and produce 80% of CO2 emissions. In 40 years, even 70% of the planet’s population are expected to live in cities. Due to this rapid growth and the innovative strength of urban areas, it will be decided in our…

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Austrian Cities must become Aarhus

Many Austrian villages like Güssing or Munderfing show us that a transformation of our energy system and climate protection can be pushed on a regional level. In contrast, many of Austria’s bigger cities are still lagging behind. So we might turn to Denmark for some inspiration. The Danish government recently started a comprehensive investment program to make six Danish cities…

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