Energy poverty in Europe: how to better engage citizens in deprived neighbourhoods?
In the framework of the Interreg NWE Climate Active Neighbourhoods project, Brest Métropole will host its European partners during a Meeting entitled “Energy poverty in Europe: how to better engage citizens in deprived neighbourhoods?”, that will take place in Brest on June 21st 2018.
Launched in 2016, this Interreg North West Europe project aims at reducing fuel poverty in deprived neighbourhoods, focusing on citizen active involvement.
Coordinated by the European network Climate Alliance, the project brings together Plymouth, Hastings, Brest, Mantes-la-Jolie, Liège, Arnhem, Essen, Worms and Rhineland-Palatinate, allowing each partner to test new governance schemes and activation tools.
This meeting will offer a unique occasion to exchange views and good practices developed across the European Union.