In December 2015, at the Paris climate conference (COP21), 195 countries sat out a global action plan to put the world on track to avoid dangerous climate change by limiting global warming to well below 2°C. They adopted the first-ever universal, legally binding global climate deal.
This means that all cities in those countries must act. And they do just that. Many cities have decided to be 100% energy neutral by 2050 and some cities before that. How far along are we right now to be able to achieve that? How energy neutral are cities today? The Clean Energy Score of 100 is energy neutral. What is the Clean Energy Score for a given year for a city?
To find the Clean Energy Score is important in order to follow and evaluate the green energy progress. By looking at them side by side more can be inspired to find out how to match the good score of another city or to take pride in showing a cities own great score.