EUSEW 2012 - 1st CONURBANT International Workshop


User: Municipality of Vicenza

CONURBANT starts from the consideration that EU small towns face strong difficulties in energy management and planning because of their lack of skills and resources, while medium and large cities have a higher responsibility related to higher density of human activities to more complicated issues of sustainable land using and planning and mobility. The CONURBANT project aims at helping medium-large cities, and the smaller towns in their urban area, through capacity building using peer-to-peer support and training between less and more experienced Municipalities, in the framework of the Covenant of Mayors


About the Workshop   

The 1st CONURBANT Workshop will be part of the EUSEW events that will take place in Brussels - June 18-22, 2012.

This workshops aims to guide small municipalities' officers and politicians into the firs steps of the Covenant of Mayor process: how to create the CoM office, which energy consumption information should be collected, which emission factors to be chosen....

The workshop is divided into three parts, from general to detailed and gives matter of fact examples that can give participants good examples for “homework”!


Who Should Attend?

The workshop is especially recommended for management and technical staff from  small cities/villages that are part of a larger city/conurbation/metropolitan areas, as well as other key local energy actors, such as local and regional energy cities


Where and When you can attend the workshop

During the Energy Week - June 21st 2012 from 9:00 to 14:00

Monte Paschi Belgio Building, Av. D’Auderghem 22-28, 1040 Brussels