Back in November, I participated to the European Commons Assembly to present our draft proposal “Energy as a commons“.

We wanted to promote the idea that locally designed and owned energy systems can provide several comparative advantages in Europe (and beyond):

  • it favors the access to energy for all (“the right to energy”) and inclusiveness,
  • it fosters energy efficiency and saving (by not incentivising the production),
  • it strengthens democracy and collaboration, instead of extractivism and energy colonialism.

 

Stay tuned and get in touch if you would like to participate to the co-conception of the policy proposal.

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