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The keys to a successful energy day
As part of their commitment to the Covenant of Mayors, European cities and towns organise so-called « energy days » on a yearly basis to raise awareness of sustainable energy issues and engage with their citizens.

Organising an energy day doesn’t require large budget expenditures. All it calls for is creativity and the ability to get people talking. Such an event can take various shapes, from a tweetup to a webinar, wiki, workshop, performance or installation. In a nutshell, an energy day is a not-for-profit event, activity, project, exhibition or display that promotes energy efficiency or renewable energy. Such 250 energy days are already scheduled to take place everywhere across Europe.

To find inspiration, check out those three best practices (information available in national language) from fellow Covenant of Mayors Signatories:

Should you require additional inspiration or assistance, get in touch with the EUSEW Secretariat at

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  The sole responsibility for the content of this newsletter lies with the Covenant of Mayors Office. It does not necessary reflect the opinion of the European Union. The European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein. The Covenant of Mayors was set up with financial support of the European Commission and consists of five associations of European local authorities: Energy Cities, Climate Alliance, Eurocities, CEMR, Fedarene, and ICLEI Europe.

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