Implicando a las comunidades en el futuro de la energía

Implicando a las comunidades en el futuro de la energía

Lightness es un proyecto financiado por la Unión Europea que contribuye a una transición energética limpia y justa a través del apoyo a las Comunidades Energéticas.

Lightness es un proyecto financiado por la Unión Europea que contribuye a una transición energética limpia y justa a través del apoyo a las Comunidades Energéticas.

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¿Por qué unirse

a la nueva cultura energética?

fomentar la descarbo-nización y reducir emisiones
gastar menos en electricidad y más en ti mismo
elegir y producir tu propia energía
acceder a la energía a precios justos y razonables
ser parte de la solución de las energías renovables
aprender e implicarse por el poder colectivo
atender a las necesidades humanas básicas y combatir la desigualdad
usar la energía de manera más eficiente empleando soluciones de hardware y software

Áreas de trabajo del proyecto

Modelos de negocio innovadores

Paquete tecnológico
de bajo coste

Participación social

Hoja de ruta regulatoria

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PILOTOS
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PAÍSES EUROPEOS
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FONDOS EUROPEOS
Participación directa de:
+500 HOGARES
+30 EDIFICIOS DEL TERCER SECTOR

Potencial de replicación inmediata:

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personas

¿De qué se trata el Proyecto Lightness?

Esta es una breve descripción de nuestros objetivos, cómo lo estamos haciendo y qué es exactamente una Comunidad Energética.

Últimas notícias

Regulatory workshop in Cagliari

The Lightness project had one of the Regulatory Workshop last june, as part of an engagement plan to involve different stakeholders. These workshops are meant to stimulate the ongoing debate around Citizen Energy Communities, their value and impact.

¿centralised or distributed energy?

Energy communities are already a reality. One of the most outstanding characteristics of these projects is their promotion of a distributed energy system, complementary to or independent from the centralised one. However, which of these two alternatives, a distributed or centralised system, is more sustainable in terms of energy and resource consumption?

Energy and cities

Cities can be seen as energy sinks. All the activities that take place in them require an increasing flow of energy.

Engagement in Netherlands

How do we engage the people who will make up this community? In the Netherlands, this engagement pathway began with interviews with various residents in the neighbourhood in Woerden.

New Financial Solutions

Financing mechanisms for Citizen Energy Communities are crucial for an ecological and social energy transition in Europe.

Graphical Identity Manual

The Identity Manual has been created to provide guidance on the project’s graphic style, which is dynamic, visually pleasing and inclusive.

First Anniversary of Lightness

December 2021 markes the First Anniversay of the Lightness project. The Consortium continues to work on the promotion of Energy Communities.

Getting involved in Energy Communities

Setting up Energy Communities implies the development of technical solutions that should go hand in hand with a process to engage, motivate and inform citizens and all interested parties.

Transition. The importance of the journey

This article seeks for a deeper understanding of the meaning of the energy and ecological transition, within the series of Challenging Questions arising throughout the Lightness Project.

Engagement plan

LIGHTNESS involves seven Citizen Energy Communities in five different European countries. Within each of these communities a group of people is invited to participate in a pilot project. The experience of participants helps us shape and support a new energy culture.

Lightness is part of Enlit Europe

The Lightness Project is now part of Enlit Europe. Our main objective is to promote renewable energy by supporting Citizen Energy Communities (CECs) in Europe.

The Lightness Project is here!

Lightness is a European Union funded project that contributes to a clean and fair energy transition by supporting Citizen Energy Communities.

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