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The PLEEC cities - Planning for energy efficient cities (PLEEC)

The PLEEC cities

The PLEEC model cities are located all over Europe. Get to know them in our picture gallery.

  • Santiago de Compostela
    Santiago de Compostela

    the goal for tourists and pilgrims from all over the world with an architecture that takes you back to another time.

  • Turku
    Turku

    this bilingual city is Finland’s former capital and has the goal to become the country’s first carbon dioxide neutral city.

  • Jyväskylä
    Jyväskylä

    a city of knowledge. More and more people are falling in love with the growing Finnish city embedded in beautiful nature.

  • Stoke-on-Trent
    Stoke-on-Trent

    its heritage as a center for ceramics production still lives strong. You find this beautiful English city interlinked with its neighboring cities.

  • Tartu
    Tartu

    the proud location of one of the first universities in Northern Europe where good thoughts are leading the way towards a green Estonian future.

  • Eskilstuna
    Eskilstuna

    this Swedish city aims to become the world’s best industrial green city by using its industrial heritage to lead the way in green technology.