The power of decentralised cooperation in fostering Sustainable Energy in Morocco

Lille & Oujda are tackling Climate change together

TV Studio 4
Agora
Wednesday, June 16, 2021
10:30 to 10:40

Lille (France) and Oujda (Morocco) won the 3rd prize at the PLATFORMAwards last year for their “Decentralised Cooperation Project for Sustainable Energy”.

Since 2016, the long-lasting successful partnership between Lille and Oujda is focusing on energy policies and strategies of the two cities. It aims to improve the energy efficiency of the two cities’ buildings and promote the use of renewable energies. The two local authorities have developed a cross-sectoral approach that brings on board a wide range of actors (public structures, economic actors, academics, civil society).

Most of the actions carried out are based on exchanges and training between equivalent structures in France and Morocco.

The project has received the support of the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs and the Moroccan Ministry of the Interior within the framework of the joint support fund for Franco-Moroccan decentralised cooperation.

Contact Session organiser

Please feel free to send an email to the following address

Sarah.Bentz@ccre-cemr.org

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Speakers

Moderator
Beatriz RÍOS
Thematic Moderator, Climate Change: natural Resources, Food and Mobility
Sidonie CAQUANT
Head of the International Relations Division, City of Lille
Frédéric VALLIER
Secretary General
Council of European Municipalities and Regions