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Newsletter #6

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SCORE Co-own. Prosume. Renew.
   
 
   
Supporting Consumer Ownership of Renewable Energies
 
SCORE is an EU-funded project facilitating consumer ownership of renewable energy through innovative and inclusive financing techniques.
 
 
 
 
 
   
Dear SCORE-community,
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With the end of this year, the SCORE project is in its final spurt. All wheels are in motion to gather the results on which we can build for future endeavors. Despite the difficult pandemic situation, our final conference was successfully held in a hybrid format. In addition, there have been numerous other events and news to report since then. As the SCORE project team, we would like to give you an overview in our final newsletter and thank you all the more for your interest.
 
 
   
   
SCORE Final Conference
   
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The final SCORE conference has taken place in Torino, Italy on the 17th and 18th of November. Held in a hybrid format, representatives of European municipalities, EU institutions, associations, academia, international think-tanks and civil society contributed to this exciting event. Up to 200 people participated during those two days. The conference started out with a deep dive into the SCORE implementation and the introduction of pilot projects. Later on, the spotlight was on the SCORE Follower Cities as well as on associated projects. How to activate individual consumers to become prosumers was the main question which was discussed during the afternoon. On the 18th the focus was put mainly on opportunities and synergies of energy sharing for RECs and on business opportunities for professional actors from the energy world. A summary of the conference objectives and outcomes, the full list of speakers and their presentations as well as a recording of the conference are presented on our website.

Learn more about the event on the SCORE website
   
   
 
   
 
   
Recent Events
   
   
  
  
   
September 2021:
   
   
   
German Stakeholder Desk Meeting of „COME RES Project”
   
   
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On September 30, 2021, the Environmental Policy Research Centre of the Freie Universität Berlin together with the Thuringian Energy and GreenTech Agency (ThEGA) hosted the second regular meeting of the German stakeholder desk in the context of the H2020 project COME RES. The German desk concentrates on community wind energy and community integrated solutions. It involves a core group of approx. 40 stakeholders and a wider group of roughly 120 stakeholders.

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October 2021:
   
   
Workshop on Citizen Energy in Italy
   
   
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On October 6, 2021, the Politecnico di Torino organised a national online workshop in the context of the SCORE project. Vice Rector Prof. Patrizia Lombardi opened the half-day event, which presented and discussed experiences and results of the SCORE project in Europe and Italy. Around 50 stakeholders from politics, science, industry and citizen energy initiatives participated in the workshop.

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Conference BOLD FUTURE
   
   
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On October 7, 2021, the law firm Frank Bold organised the online conference BOLD FUTRE 7. The conference focused on „Energy Communities as a New Entrant in the Energy Market“. The event was hold partly in Czech, partly in English language.

Prof. Jens Lowitzsch of Viadrina University Frankfurt (Oder) was invited as the keynote speaker on the topic of the „Energy Systems of Tomorrow“.

See the conference video here
   
   
   
  
  
   
November 2021:
   
   
Workshop on Renewable Energy Communities in Vega de Valcarce
   
   
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In September, a two-day workshop was organized in one of the SCORE Follower Cities from Spain, the rural town of Vega de Valcarce. Promoted by the Municipality and the local association ReVieval, the town's local stakeholders and citizens gathered for a deep dive into the topic of Renewable Energy Communities (REC). Supported by the SCORE project in its preparation and organization, the goal of the workshop was to prepare the set-up of a local energy community including private households, the municipality and other interested actors like small and medium-sized enterprises.

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Conference „Energy Communities“ in Prague
   
   
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On October 18, 2021, the City of Prague hosted the international conference „Energy Communities“. The event in the Prague Mayor Residence was attended by more than 100 participants. The conference presented community approaches in renewable energies for municipalities and low-income households with examples from all over Europe.

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Round Table on Energy Communities in Bulgaria
   
   
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On 23 November 2021, the Center for the Study of Democracy organized a round table with the title „Challenges in Financing Energy Communities in Bulgaria in the Low Carbon Economy Transition“. The project SCORE and its piloted energy communities in Prague (CZ), Essen (DE), and Susa Valley (IT) were presented at the event.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 784960”.
   
   
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This newsletter reflects only the authors’ views. The European Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.
   
   
 
   
 
   
 
 
   
Let’s stay in touch
 
Although this will be our last Newsletter we will continue to build up on SCORE. You are invited to visit our website for more background information, the continuing work on the pilot projects as well as new endeavours. We would also be happy to find you as our follower on Twitter in order to stay in the loop. If you wish to share your thoughts or start collaborating – for example as a follower city – please feel free to contact us anytime.
   
   
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