Why is the study “Assessment of Investment Needs and Gaps in Relation to the 2030 Climate and Energy Targets of Germany” exciting and relevant for other EUKI projects and for decision makers in the private and public sector dealing with investment challenges? Find out more in our post.
The conference “Planning for 2050” took stock of the experience gained in Europe and presented lessons learnt as well as challenges encountered in different Member States – seeking to connect them to the EU’s own overall 2050 vision.
The EUKI project CIC finalised the draft of the Climate and Energy Investment Maps (CEIM) for Czechia in order to better understand the investment status quo.
We created the EUKI community for project implementers and partners to share information related to their work, like for example project events, best practice examples, lessons learned, or requests for collaboration on upcoming (EU) calls.
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