In our MULTIPLY library you can find many interesting documents and links gathered for you by the project partners. The documents include:



Competition questionnaires and set of competition information material

MULTIPLY D1.2 Competition Questionnaires and Set of Competition Information Material 01

This document provides an overview ofthe general approach and rationale of the competition and theconcreteefforts taken by allproject partners to kick-start theirnational competitions. It focuses on the national competition questionnaires and online information material developed, but also briefly sums up all additional efforts. This way, it can serve as a source of inspiration for similar projects. 

Peer-learning plan

Peer Learning Plan homepage 01

MULTIPLY’s P2P learning program aims at increasing the capacities of municipal politicians, technical planning staff and communications representatives of 24 committed cities and of 18 forerunner cities to effectively plan, finance, communicate and implement the energy transition. With increased capacities acquired during the MULTIPLY project will help local authorities to implement the ambitious energy projects within their municipalities and districts. This approach will empower local authorities and decision makers to plan and deliver a successful energy transition with high levels of support by the people. For more, please get familiar with general Peer-to-peer learning plan developed within the project. Below you can also find Peer-learning plans for each country:

1. Austria p2p

2. Germany p2p

3. Hungary p2p


4. Italy p2p

5. Poland p2p

6. Sweden p2p

You can also get familiar with evaluation of the P2P exchanges and the presentation of findings, conclusions and recommendations based on the gained experience here.


Institutionalised Energy Plans

EnergyplansThis report covers the institutionalisation of Energy Plans (EPs), and in it we described, among other things, how each partner country have managed the institutionalisation of Energy Plans. The institutionalisation of the Energy Plans took place in different ways within the consortium. For example, cities from Austria, Italy and Hungary signed a council decision. In the case of Poland, some cities joined the Covenant of Mayors and updated their Energy Plans in SECAP. In Sweden, the Energy Plans are integrated into the specific programme of the participating Swedish cities.


National Guidelines

Each partner will develop a National Guideline, which provide adapted and in-depth information about integrated energy efficiency solutions and the model districts in the forerunner and committed cities. These guidelines are adapted to the conditions in each country and contain the specific national insights and measurements gained during the peer-to-peer learning programme. These guidelines aim to encourage further multiplication of integrated district approaches in the six countries. The results are presented in a way that creates and encourages concrete action and implementation. Therefore, the books include clear instructions and in-depth advice, to ensure the multiplication of concepts like those developed during the project. Please find below all country versions.

1. Austria

2. Germany

3. HUngary


4. Italy

5. Poland

6. Sweden


Info packs

Info packsEach partner prepared Info packs that are short and easy to read, digitally interlinked with the elaborate guidelines, focusing on spreading knowledge on the achievements, success factors and barriers related to energy ambitions and planning process of districts. Below you can find Infopacks in the national languages and special template for them here.









Program, minutes and press release about the European conference

programThe aim of this document is to present the program, minutes and press articles about the European conference, and gather the minutes and number of participants of the dissemination workshops. Click on the miniature.


Final communication report

Communication reportThe aim of this report is to present the implementation of the communication strategy and communication activities of the MULTIPLY project aiming to engage public authorities, selected through national competitions, in a targeted peer-to-peer learning program supporting the uptake of cross-sectoral integrated urban planning at district level. The present document reports on the communication activities undertaken by the consortium as a whole and by each project partner individually to spread the news about the project, the integrated urban planning concept and the project products and results that may be a source of inspiration for other EU municipalities and relevant stakeholders.


Final publishable report

Final reportWithin the project 43 municipalities from six European countries (Austria, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Sweden) where directly involved in six national peer learning workshops on integrated urban planning. 184 participants took part in the learning processes and attended at least one of the organized 38 exchanges. Among the attendees were politicians, city planners and communications experts from the participating municipalities. To find out more see report which sums up all major learnings, particulary best practice examples, from the entire project duration.



Look at also on our videos about the work done by the Austrian forerunner municipalities on the topic of integrated transport, energy and urban planning. (only German)

  • What does integrated transport, energy and urban planning mean?
  • Trailer
  • Mank (Lower Austria)
  • Rankweil (Vorarlberg)
  • Weiz (Styria)


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