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Insert your data now and take a step closer to sustainability!

by | Jun 5, 2024 | News | 0 comments

The new update allows you to fully leverage the European City Calculator








The European City Calculator is now ready to create customised scenarios based on your city’s data!

Indeed, the last update enables you to input your figures and discover which measures can help your municipality achieve climate neutrality in different energy-relevant sectors.

Specifically, the newly developed Data Import Hub allows:

Simplified data collection form in response to feedback received from the 10 pilot cities of the project

Step-by-step guidance for completing the form and uploading it to the webtool

• Time-saving features enabling you to update your data independently (release every 2 weeks maximum)

Efficient collection of various data types for optimal use of the webtool, including energy consumption and production, GHG emissions and key activity data

Saving transition scenarios by selecting concrete measures for your city

Supplementing any missing city-level data with our model based on national or other relevant data, following a specific hierarchy.

Take full advantage of our free webtool upload the most recent data and combine them with a comprehensive dataset validated by European experts.

Learn how to use the European City Calculator

Join our free learning programme to discover how to master the EU City Calculator, organise and run multi-stakeholder dialogues and learn more about the importance for local authorities of being involved in the national policy process.

Moreover, don’t miss the chance to experience the European City Calculator in person: Register here to attend the training in Brussels, while here you can learn more about the training organised by our pilot cities in their national languages.


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