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Here you can find reports, country fact sheets and analysis of draft NECPs.
Ministry officials’ virtual roundtable report [Dec. 2020]Planning for 2030 – EU and Member States’ experiences with the first NECP cycle
Energy Cities' report on the final NECPs [Oct 2020]Is the key role of local authorities acknowledged?
This report has verified to which extent the key role of local authorities was better reflected in the final National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs), compared to the draft NECPs in 2019 (the previous analysis of Energy Cities can be found here). The report provides recommendations on how EU countries should improve the acknowledgement of local authorities’ key role in their NECPs, in particular when updating their plans in 2023/24 as foreseen by the EU mechanism governing these plans, the Energy Union and Climate Action Governance Regulation.
Progress Check: National energy and climate plans under review [Sep. 2020]Click to see our recommendations
Last chance: how to strengthen the final energy and climate plans [Dec. 2019]Click to see our recommendations
Europe’s national energy and climate plans to 2030: are they fit for purpose? [ by Fern - Dec. 2019]Romania, Sweden, Denmark, Slovakia and Germany
Fern has conducted an analysis of the plans of five Member States – Sweden, Denmark, Slovakia, Romania and Germany – in order to evaluate their transparency and to find out how these countries see the role of forests in climate action (find out more here).
Report on Regional ‘learning from peers’ exchanges to identify good practice examples from neighbouring countries [Jan. 2020]Achieving a low carbon pathway in Souther/Eastern European countries through ambitious Energy and Climate Plans
Strong climate and energy governance arrangements can mobilize actors and resources, foster public support and ownership, and ensure that responsibilities and benefits are shared equitably.
This report presents good practices in energy and climate governance in the form of case studies from seven EU Member States –the Netherlands, Estonia, Ireland, France, Germany, Sweden and Luxembourg – as well as from outside Europe, by focusing on Canada and the US State of California. The objective is to highlight how these good practices have managed to involve LRAs, CSOs, other stakeholders and the public in effective participation processes.
Full report here.
Fit to lead? An assessment of selected 5 draft national energy and climate plans:Finland, Sweden, Portugal, France and Germany [Jul. 2019]
We have extended our analysis to the plans of a further five countries. Click to download them now.
Fit to succeed? An assessment of the national draft energy and climate plans [May 2019]Find the analysis of our 5 target countries below:
Main findings in good practice governance [Jan. 2019]Summary of main findings in good practices in energy and climate governance in EU Member States
Good practice in climate & energy governance [Nov. 2018]A methodology for the selection and collection of good practice examples in EU Member States
This report explains the methodology for the selection and collection of high-quality good practices in climate and energy governance.
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