RURENER sign agreement with 5 national clubs

RURENER sign agreement with 5 national clubs
Published by Christelle Lefevre on 2014. 07. 16.

June 27, Jacky Aignel, president of RURENER has made official national membership clubs RURENER.

Agreements have been signed with national clubs from the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Germany and Romania. These agreements complement the documents signed with Scottish, Italian and French national clubs.

The agreements are the result of a long fieldwork from national clubs. They have grouped the territories involved in the energy transition when they were not structured, explained  RURENER at local and national conferences and clarifies the role of territories and the interest to engage a European scale.

June 27, Jacky Aignel, president of RURENER has made official national membership clubs RURENER.

Agreements have been signed with national clubs from the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Germany and Romania. These agreements complement the documents signed with Scottish, Italian and French national clubs.

The agreements are the result of a long fieldwork from national clubs. They have grouped the territories involved in the energy transition when they were not structured, explained  RURENER at local and national conferences and clarifies the role of territories and the interest to engage a European scale.

Following this signatures and the decisions taken at the last general assembly, national clubs are now full members of RURENER. Members of national clubs  will be also offered membership (free) to RURENER at the next renewal of their commitment to national clubs.

Subsequent to its agreements RURENER Europe organize twice a year a meeting of representatives of the national clubs and will establish thematic working groups leading to the construction of transnational projects between territories. The themes chosen for the coming months are building and mobility.

RURENER also offers members of national clubs establishing twinning territories on common RES projects or energy efficiency but also to develop exchanges between members of particular national clubs during events organized by national clubs.