The European Commission’s Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs is seeking input from stakeholders. It regards various aspects of silencing systems with fibrous materials, such as usage and current practices, technological issues, effectiveness, and suggestions for further improvements.
The fifth webinar on the topic of ‘Digital for tourism’ will build upon the previous webinars in the series. Watch the previous webinars if you have missed any. This webinar will focus on your website and related marketing efforts. Empower yourself to use your website and website marketing techniques as tools to drive growth in your business. In doing so, you will increase the number of people who visit your website and ultimately nurture relationships with new customers.
Digital technologies are disrupting the way tourism SMEs do business much faster than ever before. Are you prepared for the opportunities this rapid change is creating? Over the course of 15 short webinars, learn about digital technologies available to small tourism businesses in Europe. You will gain practical advice on each of them to drive growth in your business.
The European Commission, the European Space Agency and the Network of European Regions Using Space Technologies (NEREUS) are inviting contributions for their joint publication “The ever growing use of Copernicus across Europe’s Regions”.
Two studies on industrial policy for smart grids were finalised in 2017. This workshop will present the findings of both studies, while discussing the implications and possible follow-up measures with stakeholders. The event will take place during the afternoon session of the Smart Grids Task Force steering committee meeting.
The first cities to take part in this new initiative to stimulate economic growth and social welfare through digital transformation have been selected.
As of 1 January 2019, newly produced trucks will have to determine and declare their CO2 emissions and fuel consumption. This will increase transparency around the fuel consumption of heavy-duty vehicles in the EU market.
The updated lists of references of harmonised standards were published today in the Official Journal of the European Union (C 435, 15 December 2017) in support of Directive 2013/53 on recreational craft (19 new references), Directive 2014/53/EU on radio equipment (5 new references), Directive 2008/57 on interoperability of the rail system (40 new references), Directive 89/686/EEC on personal protective equipment (6 new references) and Directive 2000/9/EC on cableway installations (2 new references).
Following a public procurement procedure, four consortia have been selected to set up cloud-based platforms for Copernicus data and information access services (DIAS). These services will offer unlimited, free, and complete access to Copernicus data and information.
The European Commission published a study report carried out by an external team of consultants. The aim is to assess the performance of the REACH authorisation system and to provide evidence of its effects.
This Conference aims to build a partnership between EU institutions, national and other authorities, and stakeholders to make public procurement work better. It follows the European Commission’s recent adoption of a strategic package on public procurement.
As the energy sector faces the evolving realities of the economy, technology and the environment, new approaches to the industry are emerging to offer innovative solutions. One company out to face the challenge of ensuring clean and affordable energy for everyone is sonnen GmbH.