Our networks and work groups
The largest federation of environmental NGOs in Europe, with an impact on areas such as energy, climate, governance, sustainability, health, energy labelling and public policies.
A group of entities dedicated to energy efficiency. It generates and provides proven knowledge and analysis of policies. ECEEE facilitates cooperation and networking.
EKOenergy is an international network of environmental NGOs that promote the use of sustainable energy. The network acts as a link between project managers, energy suppliers, consumers and environmental organizations.
The group of vulnerable consumers in the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Energy is exploring the efficiency of initiatives that can be replicated in all EU countries to respond to energy poverty.
Right to Energy is a European coalition that brings together trade unions, anti-poverty organizations, social housing providers, environmental organizations, health organizations and energy cooperatives with the aim of working together on measures to combat energy poverty.
Ecoserveis is registered as an interest group of the National Commission of Markets and Competition (CNMC). It offers information on energy, protection to people in a situation of energy vulnerability and promotion of energy culture in general.
The Platform for a New Energy Model is a citizen initiative that allows us to be in contact with organizations and civil society. Through it we channel many of our demands to promote sustainable energy.
Different levels of civil society, environmental, business and consumer associations, as well as trade unions and other social groups, form this platform that aims to support the promotion of self-consumption in Spain.
The #PorElClima Community is working to accelerate climate action in different sectors of society and thus reduce emissions to achieve the 1.5º goal and carbon neutrality by 2050.
This alliance, promoted by Ecodes, works to promote that the rehabilitation of homes is carried out in our country in an inclusive, fair and comprehensive way.
We are part of the CoEnerCat driving team, which promotes connections between different energy-related actors to facilitate the energy transition to energy, economic, social and environmental sustainability.
Ecoserveis was part of the Environmental Volunteering Network of Catalonia and when it merged as XCN we continued with the membership to promote energy volunteering.
The CEEC is a non-profit business association that has the aim of promoting energy efficiency through collaboration with organizations from different fields of work.
The XES (Xarxa d’Economia Solidària) brings together entities and defends an economic system respectful to people, the environment and the territories and operates under democratic criteria of horizontality, transparency, equity and participation.
The XSE (Network for Energy Sovereignty) is made up of associations, groups and citizens from all over Catalonia working to move towards a new distributed, renewable, democratic, just and ecofeminist energy model.
Ecoserveis participates as a private actor within this group, which functions as a space for coordination and exchange between the various administrations and agents involved in the Covenant of Mayors.
THE THINGS NETWORK CATALONIA
The Thing Network is defined as a group of people and entities interested in promoting technological sovereignty, social autonomy and technoethics from the construction of an open, free and neutral Internet of Things data network, created collectively from below.
The project “Viure de l’aire del cel” is the first community wind energy project in Catalunya, and it promotes the installation of a 2.35 MW Enercon wind turbine in the municipality of Pujalt (Alta Anoia), under shared ownership.
The Catalonia Bioenergy Cluster is a non-profit association that represents the professional bioenergy sector in Catalonia and aims to promote a sustainable use of bioenergy in Catalonia.
The Climate Justice Movement is a group of people, social organizations and environmentalists with many different backgrounds and struggles who face a common concern: the fight against climate change.