Gothenburg’s road to fossil free district heating 2025 About 90 percent of apartment buildings, 12 000 detached houses and numerous industries,...
Cities dominate energy demand and it is essential to wean our cities off fossil fuels and replacing these with geothermal and other renewables.
An interview with Tomislav Novosel, project leader at REGEA and one of the main organisers of the Celsius Summit 2021.
The city of Rajkot, in the state of Gujarat, India, is the first pre-existing city in India to tender a district cooling system.
This webinar focuses on how the “Renovation Wave” will provide support to cities and regions when they decarbonise their building stock.
The Joint Stock Company (JSC) “RĪGAS SILTUMS” is the biggest District Heating (DH) company in Latvia and in the Baltic countries. The company is...
As part of the EU Green Deal, the European Commission has announced a Renovation Wave initiative to boost the energy efficiency and the renovation...
Five star cities presenting their best practices in efficient heating and cooling solutions for a sustainable future.
With a political commitment & the technological potential, Strasbourg aims to reach their energy transition targets with deep geothermal energy and waste heat from Germany.
Climate protection areas are showing to be an efficient tool to wean Vienna’s building stock from fossil fuel. From now on, any new buildings in these areas must be supplied with renewable energy or district heating.
This webinar provided a European perspective on financial investment, from EU’s Urban Agenda Energy Transition Partnership to success cases and transparent green bonds to minimize the risks.
The Horizon 2020 project FlexiGrid joins the Celsius Initiative, benefiting from the great network of integrated energy stakeholders.
During the May 2020 Celsius Talk will discuss the barriers cities encounter when looking to finance sustainable energy efficient projects, such as...
We summarize some key points from RINA’s analysis of the bankability of urban excess heat recovery investments (from the H2020 Reuseheat project).
This article provides a short introduction to green bonds, using the first city in the world to use green bonds (Gothenburg) as an example.
Positive Energy Districts and Neighbourhoods may serve as a crucial contribution to achieve climate and energy targets. This call focuses on exchange of experience between ambitions and initiatives already going on.
The European City Facility (EUCF) will launch its first call for proposals. All municipalities (local authorities) and their groupings from the EU-27 and UK are encouraged to apply to get support in developing an investment concept and accelerate the implementation of their energy and climate action plans.
The Global Renewables Outlook shows the path to create a sustainable future energy system. This flagship report highlights climate-safe investment options until 2050, the policy framework needed for the transition and the challenges faced by different regions.