On 27 October 2020, during the Clean energy for EU islands online forum, 22 European islands have published their agendas for the transition to clean energy, taking a decisive step towards decarbonising their energy systems and placing a strong focus on citizen involvement. In Illa de Arousa (Spain), the archipelago of Hvar(Croatia), Brac (Croatia), Cape Clear (Ireland), Petticoats silk (Greece), Ibiza (Spain), Kasos and Symi (Greece), Korcula (Croatia), Kokar (Finland), Minorca (Spain), Pantelleria (Italia) Ouessant, Mullein e Ile de Sein (France), e Eigg, Muck, Rum, canna, Fair isle, Scarves and Knoydart Peninsula (Scotland), are the islands that have developed decarbonisation paths tailored to their individual needs and resources in the last nine months, after being selected by the Clean Energy for EU Islands Initiative of the European Commission in February 2019. 7 more islands are currently in the final approval stage and will publish their transition agendas in the near future, namely thearchipelago of the Azores (Portugal), Maiorca (Spain), Marie-Galante (France), Belle-Île, hoedic e Houat (France) e Crete (Greece). European Commissioner for Energy Kadri Simson said: “These transition programs are a testament to the hard work and fruitful partnerships between islanders, both within their communities and across borders. It was really inspiring to see what is possible when local communities have the power and support to write their own future. We look forward to continuing cooperation with EU island communities to make the European Green Deal a reality, both through this initiative and through other EU actions in support of a locally driven energy transition. " for the island transition were written by the island transition teams, with the support of the Clean Energy Secretariat for EU Islands. A year ago, the initiative's six pilot islands were the first to publish their agendas. See all agendas.