As announced at the Committees’ plenaries in Nancy, the programme of the study visit in Gelderland (NL) is now available. This event on the energy transition is aimed at regional policy makers, businesses and knowledge institutes.
A multi-stakeholder approach, what else?
The main focus of the Gelderland study visit, which is being organised in cooperation with other interregional networks, will be the bottom-up approach for the energy transition, which was implemented in the region. This multi-stakeholder cooperation was materialised by the Gelders’ Energy agreement (GEA). The shared goal is to make the province energy-neutral by 2050. Local and regional industries, governments and NGOs’ in the province of Gelderland, Netherlands, have pledged for the province to become energy-neutral by 2050. It facilitates a co-creative process where initiatives, actors, and energy are integrated into society.
To this aim local and regional industries, governments and NGOs’ in the province of Gelderland have set ambitious goals for themselves. The energy agreement facilitates a co-creative process where initiatives, actors, and energy are integrated into society.
What’s in for me?
Participants to the energy study visit will share good practice and experience, they will in particular:
- observe the working process of the Gelders’ Energy agreement
- meet with the regional partners collaborating in this effort
- carry out visits to observe regional results
- participate in a (very) serious game on energy and the diverging interests of stakeholders to exchange about challenges.
This study visit in Gelderland is an opportunity for targetted networking and exchanges. Practical information and the detailed programme are available on the event’s webpage.