ManagEnergy is a technical support initiative of the Intelligent Energy - Europe (IEE) programme of the European Commission which aims to assist actors from the public sector and their advisers working on energy efficiency and renewable energy at the local and regional level.

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    Put local power in the hands of local people

    Published on 29 Aug 2014 Here’s a newsflash from MLEI project the Low Carbon Hub:
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    Watch: Financing Toolbox for Energy Saving Projects

    Published on 27 Aug 2014

    With the help of EC Network, ManagEnergy has made two new videos on financing for energy saving projects, part of its new Financing Toolbox series. One is on crowdfunding and crowdlending. The other covers energy performance contracting.








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    2014 European Energy Service Awards Ceremony, 8 October in Brussels

    Published on 26 Aug 2014

    To achieve the ambitious national and European energy efficiency targets, Energy Services are a core instrument. The Intelligent Energy Europe (IEE) project European Energy Service Initiative 2020 shows examples of the development and success of energy services from all over Europe and honors outstanding efforts and achievements with the European Energy Service Award (EESA).

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    Register now for the Earth Hour City Challenge

    Published on 26 Aug 2014

    Registration for the Earth Hour City Challenge has been extended to 15 September, allowing ten extra days for cities to confirm their involvement. Run by WWF in collaboration with ICLEI and the Swedish Postcode Lottery, the Earth Hour City Challenge initiative celebrates cities and towns that are taking actions to create a greener, cleaner and more sustainable urban environment, while inspiring other cities to do the same.

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    Sustainable energy financing events in October

    Published on 26 Aug 2014

    ManagEnergy is organising three networking meetings in Brussels on the economics and financing of sustainable energy projects. To find out more and to register for these events, click on the links below:









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    How innovative is Europe?

    Published on 13 Aug 2014

    Eight out of ten jobs in the EU are created by small and medium-sized companies – but building them can be a challenge. Only 50% of start-ups survive the first five years.

    Although Europe includes five of the top ten most innovative countries in the world, as a region its innovation capabilities and overall competitiveness lag behind those of key competitor countries.