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Intelligent Energy Europe – Project Database
More than 400 innovative projects for a more energy-intelligent Europe.
Eltis - The Portal on Urban Mobility
Facilitates the exchange of information, knowledge and experiences in the field of urban mobility in Europe.
Transport Research Knowledge Centre
Overview of transport research activities at European and national level.
EPBD Buildings Platform
Information services for practitioners and consultants, experts in energy agencies, interest groups and national policy makers in the European Member States for helping the implementation of the European Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD).
Managenergy
It includes sectoral advice, training, workshops and online events. Additionally information is provided on case studies, good practice, European legislation and programmes. The KidsCorner section provides educational resources for children (under 11),young adults (12-16) and their teachers in 23 languages.
Mesures d’Utilisation Rationnelle de l’Energie (MURE)
Provides information (in English) on energy efficiency policies and measures that have been carried out in the Member States of the European Union and enables the simulation and comparison at a national level of the potential impact of such measures.
RES LEGAL
Collection of and information on the most important legal sources on the systems of promotion of electricity generated from renewable energy sources and its access to the grid for EU25.
LIFE
The EU LIFE programme co-finances innovative or pilot projects that contribute to the implementation of European environmental policy and the development of innovative policy ideas, technologies, methods and instruments. 
CONCERTO
The CONCERTO initiative, launched by the European Commission under the framework research programme, is a Europe wide initiative proactively addressing the challenges of creating a more sustainable future for Europe’s energy needs. Today, there are a total of 45 communities in 18 projects, each working to deliver the highest possible level of self-supply of energy.