When officialy joining the Covenant of Mayors, signatories commit themselves to developing a Sustainable Energy (and Climate) Action Plan within two years.
In its Action Plan, a signatory sets up its energy and climate objectives and specify the actions to be undertaken to reach them.
You will find below all the Action Plans submitted by Covenant signatories and/or already accepted by the European Commission. Use the search engine to find specific information.
Rafal Trzaskowski, Mayor of Warsaw, Member of the EU Covenant of Mayors Board, Member of the European Committee of the Regions
WHAT IS THE CITIES ENERGY SAVING SPRINT?
The Cities Energy Saving Sprint is a joint initiative of the European Commission, the Covenant of Mayors – Europe and the European Committee of the Regions to encourage cities to take measures that will immediately reduce their energy consumption. The “Sprint” will last for 4 months.
As part of the REPowerEU plan, increasing energy savings is key to preparing for next winter. Every kw/h saved now will allow us to refill the storage tanks and be better prepared for next winter. Every gram of GHG avoided in the coming months will be an important step, not only for the climate, but also as an act of solidarity with Ukraine. It is therefore important to act now and during the cold season to come.
In parallel with all the measures for profound changes, reduction of consumption and energy transition, there is an urgent need to take emergency energy saving measures today and to plan for energy consumption reductions during the coming winter. Municipalities have a crucial role to play here.
HOW CAN MY CITY TAKE PART?
Register here to join the Cities Energy Saving Sprint!
See what kind of emergency measures your city can take in The Cities Energy Saving Sprint TOOLKIT.
Use the Cities Energy Saving Sprint’s communication kit to promote your local actions and be part of an EU-wide movement.
Share your experience with the Covenant of Mayors Office on social media #EUCitiesSaveEnergy or by sending us an email!