Invitation to the 2nd Urban Stakeholder event ‘Positive Energy Districts Workshop’

Following the success of the urban stakeholder workshop in Rome last year, we are delighted to announce the 2nd Urban Stakeholder event ‘Positive Energy Districts Workshop’ (back-to-back with the 4th Action Management Committee Meeting) to be held in Amsterdam on 23-24 June. The event themed ‘Experiences and Guidance for Design and Implementation’ aims to provide a unique opportunity for policymakers, practitioners and researchers to exchange experiences, share ideas and develop new insights in PED development.

What? During the webinar, speakers representing municipalities, businesses, and civil society organisations working on PED pilots in Amsterdam will share their challenges and success stories. The participants will be invited to share ideas for overcoming the PED challenges and to offer suggestions for shaping the programme of the PED Workshop in June. The agenda of the webinar will be shared closer to the time.
When?  19 April 2022 10:00 – 11:30 CET
Who?  Cities/municipalities, policymakers, practitioners, and researchers interested in PEDs
How?  Please click here to register for the preparatory webinar and to express your interest in attending the PED Workshop in Amsterdam by 8 April 2022

Anyone intends to attend the PED Workshop is encouraged to take part in the webinar as it aims to set the stage for the Workshop. For those who are not able to join the webinar, but intend to attend the PED Workshop in Amsterdam, please indicate your interest via the same registration link. The information will help us to better organise the events.

Please note that the availability of the PED Workshop in Amsterdam is subject to venue capacity. Furthermore, financial support will be available to selected Action members for attending the event in-person. More details will be circulated in due course

The Workshop will be hosted by the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences and jointly organised by the COST Action Positive Energy Districts European Network (PED-EU-NET), urban research organisation Platform31, and the Netherlands Enterprise Agency. It is funded by the COST and the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations of the Netherlands.











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