The aim is to extend the ongoing network of Brundtland Cities involving new cities from the associated states: Estonia, Latvia and Hungary. The Brundtland City Energy Network (BCEN) will hereafter include 20 cities from 17 European countries interested in promotion and implementation of energy conservation measures and renewable energy systems. The background is the UN-report "Our Common Future" from 1987 recommending a 50% cut down in the energy consumption in industrialised countries. The BCEN endeavours to put the recommendations into practice within the field of energy and sustainability.
The aim of the Brundtland Cities is to reduce the energy consumption in the cities by 30% during a 5-years period. To exchange knowledge and experiences on energy matters based on the "first generation" of Brundtland Cities, the aim of the extension is to enlarge the network with new cities in Baltic and Eastern European countries in order to spread the good and bad news from the work in the existing cities.
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NAS1 Energie Ca
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