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Sun4All Community of Practice
Foster energy communities for a fair energy transition in your city!
Become a member of the Sun4All Community of Practice!
Sun4All tackles energy poverty and facilitates vulnerable consumers' participation in a fair energy transition in Europe.
Now, Sun4All is launching an Open Call to establish a Community of Practice. Being a member of the Sun4All Community of Practice will provide cities and public utilities with the opportunity to:
- Accompany the pilots' implementation process and learn from first-hand experience.
- Participate at study visits to at least one of the implementing cities and regions (Barcelona, Rome, Coeur de Savoie and Almada).
- Join exchange sessions with pilot cities to hear about lessons learned and experiences related to the model implementation.
- Develop an organised social dialogue with the communities and potential beneficiaries.
- Bring forward their own specific energy poverty eradication plan(s) and local business model.
The Sun4All project sets-up a financial support scheme, which is already successfully running in the United States. The existing New York State initiative (utility bill assistance programme), named "Solar for All", is now adopted to the European context in the framework of the Sun4All project.
Four European cities and regions (Coeur de Savoie (FR), Barcelona (ES), Rome (IT), and Almada (PT)) are acting as early adopters of the Sun4All financial support scheme for renewable energy access. After testing and evaluationg the model in pilot cities and regions, replication and up-scaling of the programme is foreseen in other European cities and regions.
Who can apply?
Any local public authority or public utility established in a European Union member state or an associated country can apply.
How to apply?
To apply, please fill out this EUSurvey Application form.
How many members will be in the Sun4All Community of Practice?
The Sun4All Community of Practice will support at least 10 cities and utilities covering Europe's diversity.
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