Upper Austria’s ‘tambourines’-led heating transition

How Upper Austria is tackling heating emissions through awareness raising and capacity building
22 February 2017

This new case study shows how the state of Upper Austria is activating both the consumer and supply sides through information and capacity building measures to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the heating sector. It is part of the Energy Transition Platform, a global initiative supporting highly industrialized, carbon-intensive state and regional governments in developing and implementing innovative clean energy policies to accelerate the low carbon transition.

The partner regions of the Energy Transition Platform – Alberta, the Basque Country, California, Hauts-de-France, Lombardy, Minnesota, North Rhine-Westphalia, Silesia, South Australia, Upper Austria and Wales – come together to learn from their global peers, to build strong partnerships and to jointly overcome barriers to the adoption of clean energy models. The Energy Transition Platform is part of the States & Regions Policy Innovation program and was launched by The Climate Group, alongside the initiative’s lead government, North Rhine-Westphalia, and Stiftung Mercator, in early 2016.

The case study is part of a series from our Policy Action work, which aims to accelerate the pace of climate policy development and adoption at the state and regional level. See more case studies in our interactive map.

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