The Municipality of Kozani is a member of the Networks;

Covenant of Mayors

Covenant of Mayors is the main European movement involving local and regional authorities, who voluntarily commit to increasing energy efficiency and also the use of renewable energy sources in their territory. The Municipality of Kozani has been a part to the Covenant since 2011, adopting the pollutant recording methodology.

Network of Municipalities for Energy

The network Municipalities for Energy is an association of municipalities with the aim of managing common environmental problems, addressing the challenges of lignite, embracing all European communities that host lignite mines and lignite energy plants in their areas.


Network of Regions and Municipalities for Climate Change – CLIMATTICA. In the Network which was founded in December 2021, the Municipality of Kozani participates as a founding member. The President of the Network is the regional governor of Attica, Giorgos Patoulis, while the vice president is the mayor of Kozani, Lazaros Maloutas.


ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability is a global network of over 2500 local and regional governments committed to sustainable urban development. ICLEI is active in more than 125 countries, influencing sustainability policy while encouraging action to achieve low-emission, circular, resilient and sustainable development. The Municipality of Kozani has been a member of the network since May 2022.


CrAFt – Creating Actionable Futures. 60 cities in Europe participate in this Network which, through the development of synergies between the public sector, academic and research bodies, the private economy and civil society, aims to coordinate and support its members regarding their transformation to climate neutrality and intelligence by 2030. The Municipality of Kozani has been a member of the Network since September 2022.


The Green Cities Accord is a movement of European mayors committed to making cities cleaner and healthier. It aims to improve the quality of life for all Europeans and speed up the implementation of relevant EU environmental legislation. By signing the Agreement, cities commit to addressing five areas of environmental management: air, water, nature and biodiversity, circular economy and waste and noise.


CIVITAS SATELLITE is an initiative designed to support cities to gain better access to innovative solutions and meet the transport challenges they face by implementing exchange mechanisms for transport and absorption.

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