Dublin participates to TOMORROW via Codema, its Energy Agency. Codema aims to accelerate Dublin’s low-carbon transition through innovative, local-level energy and climate change policy, planning and projects, in order to mitigate the effects of climate change and improve the lives of citizens. They act as the energy adviser to the four local authorities in Dublin - Dublin City Council, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, Fingal County Council and South Dublin County Council - and support each council in leading and influencing this low-carbon transition by improving their energy efficiency, incorporating renewable energy technologies and reducing their greenhouse gas emissions.
News about Dublin
Energy Cities' "City Stories" the monthly podcast on new, collaborative practices to foster sustainable transitions at local level is proposing a mini-series dedicated to the pilot #CitiesOfTOMORROW! The series is called "Voices of TOMORROW" and the first episode just came out today! The episode focuses on Valencia and Dublin, and how they co-created their 2050 vision. Jordi Peris Blanes, General Coordinator of Urban Strategies and Sustainable Agenda of the València City Council, and Katie…
A one-stop-shop project implementation unit for energy-efficient & renewable energy projects in Dublin
TOMORROW's Irish partner Codema will lead the roll-out of €20M energy projects in Dublin. Thee DeliveREE project (funded by the Horizon 2020 programme) will provide funding of €1.2M to test and develop a one-stop-shop project implementation unit for energy-efficient and renewable energy projects in Dublin. This will include over €20 million worth of upgrades to council buildings and sites within the region. The DeliveREE project will support the retrofit of a range of council facilities such as…
Donna Gartland - CEO of TOMORROW's partner Codema (Dublin's Energy Agency) - was interviewed on Energy Cities' podcast "City Stories". Donna highlighted the impressive work of Codema's communication team in making energy and climate issues more tangible for Dublin's citizens. How can cities break down knowledge barriers to engage everyone in the transition? Listen now!