The development of modern district energy is one of the least-cost and most efficient solutions in reducing emissions and primary energy demand in cities. Local governments have a key role to play in this transformation. The Global District Energy in Cities Initiative provides capacity building and technical assistance to local governments and their partners to develop enabling policies, address barriers, unlock investment and scale-up modern district energy in cities. This initiative includes both district heating and district cooling systems.
Over 25 cities worldwide have joined the initiative, and both champion and learning cities are invited to join. Tells us how you would like to engage and benefit from the Global District Energy in Cities Initiative by filling-in this questionnaire.
April 27, 2017, 11:00 - 12:30 CEST
Agenda: Business models, financial structuring and business development. Examples from wholly public to public-private partnerships are explored.