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The CoME EASY Ambassador Municipalities play a crucial role in the implementation of the project: they represent the target group of the CoME EASY tools package and are, furthermore, the testing bodies that provide important feedback on the applicability, usability and the added value of the tools package.
During the last months, Ambassador Municipalities of seven European countries tested the tools and developed SECAPs (Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plans) according to CoM-requirements by using the tools. One of the CoME EASY Ambassadors is the Swiss City of Lausanne, an ambitious eea gold city which at the same time is committed to the Covenant of Mayors and therefore has a thorough understanding of the respective strengths and challenges of the two initiatives from years of first-hand experience. Georges Ohana, the City of Lausanne’s Energy Delegate describes his experiences with the CoME EAsy tools and shares his opinion on their relevance for cities and municipalities in this interview:
Brest Métropole is one the CoME EASY Ambassadors that first tested the supportive tools package. Based on the tools it developed a Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plan compliant with CoM requirements.
The following video provides an overview on Brest Métropole's ambitious pathway towards a more sustainable energy and climate performance on its territory.
Vienne-Condrieu Agglomération's energy-climate project manager Mustapha L'Haoua explains in the following video-interview how the CoME EASY tools enhanced the agglomeration's air-energy-climate policy in terms of supporting the EEA diagnosis as well as the development of an action plan to meet the 2030 targets and of a strategy to 2050 that is consistent with the agglomeration’s Territorial Air- Energy-Climate Plan.