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RAEE has participated in the development of the following recent publications:

The green Procurement in action - An eco-responsible approach for our public policies, 2016

Create jobs, strengthen local businesses while protecting the environment for the better consideration of sustainable development is possible today through public procurement.

This film directed by the European Union for the RREDD (Green Public Procurement Regional Network in France) shows how some French public bodies have already concretely committed in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region.

Clean vehicles, "green" gas, unemployed people, clean construction site, energy savings, biodiversity, healthy materials in construction, low energy consumption schools, green supplies and many others illustrate the great diversity of possible actions.

Contact : laurent.cogerino[a]raee.org

Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment, 2015

An analysis of multi-level collaborative initiatives on sustainable energy in Europe, by Patrick Biard, Edoardo Corci and Tania Molteni
Edition: FrancoAngeli 2015-1-(LVII

COOPENERGY Multi-level governance guide, 2015

The COOPENERGY MLG Guide, based on experiences from nine European Sustainable Energy Regions, aims to provide all the information you need in order to implement collaborative sustainable energy planning processes and tools between regional and local levels. This guide supports public authorities to work together on sustainable energy plans and includes: Case studies on how regional and local public authorities from across Europe have successfully collaborated together on sustainable energy planning, Guidelines on how to implement a collaborative planning and multi-level governance process, Testimonies from decision-makers involved in the project, Links to information to support public authorities in the planning process. COOPENERGY website

RAEE newsletters

N°55 - April 2017

N°54- January 2017

N°53- September 2016

From the arctic circle to the mediterranean : sustainable construction and renovation - How it works, May 2015

Final report MountEE

About half of global energy consumption is accounted for building construction, use and renovation.
The Energy Performance of Buildings Directive requires all new and renovated buildings to comply with the Nearly Net Zero Energy Building standard by 2018.
For many municipalities, this transition is a major challenge. Most of them are lacking of know-how, experience and funding. In mountain areas, municipalities often face additional challenges in the form of harsh climate, poor accessibility, small entities, low population densities and an exodus of skilled workers.
From 2012 to 2015, seven European partners from Sweden in the North to the Alps and the Pyrenees in the South collaborated, in the framework of the European project MountEE, in order to learn from one another and improve their strategies and construction methods.

CESBA Initiative Policy Paper, 2014

The CESBA initiative policy paper establishes the policy position of CESBA regarding EU policy developments on sustainable building. The incentive to draw up the paper has been a process launched by the European Commission within the frame of the Europe2020 strategy: The Commission aims at developing a Europe-wide approach to assess the environmental performance of buildings. The CESBA initiative policy paper welcomes this process and highlights the need for a harmonized approach due to the diversity of local issues in Europe. CESBA stresses that it is ready and willing to share its knowledge with all stakeholders.

OREGES, Greenhouse gas and energy observatory of the Rhône-Alpes region - Key figures, Edition 2015

Energy consumption, energy production and GHG emissions and absorption for the year 2013.

The fi­gures of energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions are provided for nor­mal climate, those relating to the production of energy for factual climate.

Village Photovoltaic Plants, 2014

Involving a rural community in producing their own renewable energy.