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[en] This document brings together the available presentations given at the summer 2010 university of the SLC (save the climate) organization on the topics of the ocean in the climate-energy problem, and of the urban policies. Nine presentations (slides) are compiled in this document and deal with: 1 - Biofuels made from micro-algae: stakes and challenges (Olivier Bernard, Comore - INRIA /CNRS/UPMC); 2 - The energy of waves (Alain Clement, Ecole Centrale de Nantes); 3 - The sea, new source of renewable energies? (J.J. Herou, EDF CIH); 4 - Oceans acidification: the other CO2 problem (James Orr, Pierre Simon Laplace Institute - IPSL, Laboratory of climate and environmental Sciences - LSCE, CEA-CNRS-UVSQ); 5 - Oceans and carbon cycle (Laurent Bopp, IPSL/LSCE); 6 - Renewable marine energies (Yann-Herve De Roeck, France Energies Marines); 7 - Energy renovation of buildings (Jean-Claude Terrier, Mesac Europe); 8 - Modevur research project - Modeling of urban development, sketch of a development typology of chinese cities (Clement-Noel Douady); 9 - Urban areas in the fight against climate change: stakes, knowledge and controversies (Francois Menard, PUCA)
[en] The issue of partnerships between public and private sectors is being debated in local authorities across Europe in all fields, including energy. It is clear that responses differ according to history, the traditional role of the public sector, the competencies of local authority staff, the degree of local autonomy, the level of financial resources, and whether there is an energy services market. The differences are already marked within Western Europe alone; they are even more pronounced with the entry of ten new countries into the European Union, and Europe-wide mutual aid is vital. This document gathers the presentations given at the 9. Annual Conference of Energy Cities on the topic of Local sustainable energy policies and Working in synergy with the private sector. Content: What can municipalities expect from their relations with the private sector? (Gerard Magnin); Working group 1, Performance contracting: Bulgarian municipalities use private capital for energy efficiency improvement (Kiril Vidolov); Contracting experiences in Swiss municipalities (Brigitte Dufour-Fallot, Thierry Dewarrat); Experience of contracting in the domestic sector (Tony Rose); Working group 2, Public procurement: Multi-coloured electricity (Anne Favatier); The Barcelona solar thermal ordinance: impacts in terms of market development (Toni Pujol). Working group 3, Urban planning and concessions: Influencing energy issues through urban planning (Dieter Woerner); Tendering for the supply of energy infrastructure (Edwin Van der Wel); Concessions and the guarantee of public service (Jean-Marc Revaz). Working group 4, Certificate schemes: Certificate schemes to influence RES and CHP in Wallonia (Gregoire Clerfayt); Towards white certificates in France (Francois Moisan). Working group 5, Towards practical guidelines, performance contracting: Moderator: Gerry Wardell, Dublin (IE) General advice on contracting issues (Michael Geissler); Voice from the floor (Don Lack). Working group 6, Towards practical guidelines, public procurement: General advice on purchasing electricity (Paul Isbell); General advice on influencing sustainable construction (Hauer). Working group 7, Out-sourcing awareness raising: Bringing together the local players (Michele Macaluso, Bartolomeo Sciannimanica); The municipal utility as a channel for energy advice (Vera Litzka); The 'Warm Zones' initiative (William Gillis); Working group 8, Promotion funds and schemes: Energy performance contracting to update a whole town (Ian Jarvis); The Partnership contract 'proKlima' as a model for successful cooperative climate protection (Manfred Goerg); Solar stock exchange (Bruno Bebie). A closer look at the activities of Energie-Cites (Christiane Maurer). Exchange Forum on each of the following topics: Performance contracting, Public procurement, Urban planning and concessions, Certificate schemes, Out-sourcing awareness raising, Promotion funds and schemes. Municipal buildings: Working together towards class 'A'. Public launch of Display, the Energie-Cites' European Municipal Buildings Climate Campaign, Project supported by the European Commission (DG ENV): The Display-Label (Jeremy Draper); Expectations and comments of the European Commission. European Directive Proposal on energy end-use efficiency and energy services (Gonzalo Molina-Igartua). Round table: How to achieve a successful win-win partnership with the private sector in the field of sustainable energy to the benefit of citizens and local authorities? Voice from the floor (Martin Cahn). Conclusion by the President of Energie-Cites.