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  • Click HERE to get an overview of all the Coopenergy tools developed, at your disposal to inspire your work to take on a more multi-level governance approach. Happy browsing!

  • On 3rd December 2015 in Paris, the COOPENERGY partnership presented the results, lessons, and shining examples from the seven partner regions, to an audience of nearly 70 people. Access the event page for audio sequences, PDF presentations and pictures.

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  • Partnership work in practice: COOPENERGY partners met in Zlin, Czech Republic, to evaluate the delivery of their energy initiatives in partnership, and share learning.

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    Aims to help regional and local authorities plan sustainable energy activities in partnership.

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For further information about this guide, or to send us your feedback on the guide, please contact us at: info@coopenergy.eu

Publication

This guide is intended for all those with an interest in MLG models in sustainable energy planning. This publication is available in a downloadable format from the Coopenergy website or can be interactively viewed online, through the Coopenergy website itself.

Credits

Images used in this publication are credited to the following partners of the Coopenergy Consortium: Rhône-Alpes Regional Council, Basque Energy Agency, Energikontor Norr, FEDARENE, IRE Spa, Kent County Council and ZlÍn Energy Agency.

Copyright

All articles and images in this publication can be replicated and built upon. However, they must be attributed to the Coopenergy project consortium. December 2015.

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References

The following publications and documents have been used in the development of this guide: